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November 2013 Edition NSP News

"This meeting is historic--demonstrating in thought and action how nuclear weapons and proliferation issues must be tackled seriously and cooperatively by countries around the world."
Former U.S. Secretary of State George Shultz
Global nuclear policy leadership networks' meeting in Singapore


 More than 30 high-profile global leaders from 20 countries across five continents came together in Singapore on November 19-20 to address nuclear threats ranging from proliferation and weapons build-up across Asia to the need for nuclear force postures that increase warning and decision time for leaders.

The meeting was the first-ever gathering of the four regional leadership networks that work with the Nuclear Security Project: the Asia Pacific Leadership Network, the European Leadership Network, the Latin American Leadership Network and the newly formed Nuclear Security Leadership Council, which is based in North America.

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