March 24, 2012

For a Nuclear-Free World

Korea Times, Korea Times

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International attention is focused on the 2012 Seoul Nuclear Security Summit set for Monday and Tuesday. Leaders of 54 countries and four international organizations will get together to discuss ways of preventing nuclear terrorism and strengthening global nuclear security. 

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