"The Stanford Center for International Security and Cooperation engaged several Chinese nuclear organizations in cooperative research that focused on responses to radiological and nuclear terrorism. The objective was to identify joint research initiatives to reduce the global dangers of such threats and to pursue initial technical collaborations in several high priority areas. Initiatives were identified in three primary research areas: 1) detection and interdiction of smuggled nuclear materials; 2) nuclear forensics; and 3) radiological ('dirty bomb') threats and countermeasures. Initial work emphasized the application of systems and risk analysis tools, which proved effective in structuring the collaborations. The extensive engagements between national security nuclear experts in China and the U.S. during the research strengthened professional relationships between these important communities." Note: This document has been added to the Homeland Security Digital Library in agreement with the Project on Advanced Systems and Concepts for Countering WMD (PASCC) as part of the PASCC collection. Permission to download and/or retrieve this resource has been obtained through PASCC.
|Author:||Brandt, Larry D.|
Hecker, Siegfried S.
|Publisher:||Stanford University. Center for International Security and Cooperation|
Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies
|Copyright:||Center for International Security and Cooperation and Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies. Downloaded or retrieved via external web link as part of the PASCC collection.|
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