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July 2014 Edition NSP News

"Robust verification is in every country's national security interest. Without it, we can never gain confidence that a state is complying with its commitments. Innovative approaches can build confidence, transform thinking about what's possible to reduce nuclear risk and spark political momentum."
Sam Nunn
Announcing release of the Innovating Verification reports, July 16, 2014


In a new series of reports—Innovating Verification: New Tools & New Actors to Reduce Nuclear Risks—the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI) outlines new approaches to verification that could prompt near-term progress on security and non-proliferation and enable future progress on arms reduction. The reports, developed with more than 40 policy and technical experts from around the world, call for the international community to fundamentally rethink arms control verification.
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