The Global Initiative to Combat Nuclear Terrorism: Big Potential, Limited Impact?

@article{Alcaro2009TheGI,
  title={The Global Initiative to Combat Nuclear Terrorism: Big Potential, Limited Impact?},
  author={Riccardo Alcaro},
  journal={The International Spectator},
  year={2009},
  volume={44},
  pages={112 - 99}
}
The Global Initiative to Combat Nuclear Terrorism (GICNT) is an innovative, multi-pronged action aimed at enhancing the domestic capacities of a state, as well as its ability to interconnect internationally and to deal with the risk of a terrorist attack involving nuclear or radioactive materials. The GICNT, a joint US-Russian initiative, has now evolved into an informal network of over 70 countries. It pursues an objective of boosting the protection, detection, prosecution and response… Expand
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