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Overview of activities and outcomes at ISCN related to Japanese commitment at nuclear security summit process

Naoi, Yosuke ; Kobayashi, Naoki ; Mochiji, Toshiro; Senzaki, Masao; Seya, Michio

In April 2010 at the Nuclear Security Summit in Washington, D.C., Japan made a commitment to establish a center of excellence on nuclear nonproliferation and security. This center would support capacity building for strengthening nuclear nonproliferation and security mainly in the Asian region and also would engage in development of technology related measurement and detection of nuclear material including nuclear forensics based on international cooperation. According to this statement, Integrated Support Center for Nuclear Nonproliferation and Nuclear Security (ISCN) was established under Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA) in December 2010. Since its establishment four years ago, ISCN has developed its activities, having already conducted 74 training courses for the nuclear nonproliferation and security fields and having trained 2,096 participants from 49 countries (including Japan) and three international organizations. As for technical development on detection and measurement of nuclear material, ISCN has carried out substantial outcome with the international cooperation of U.S. and EU/JRC. It can be said that it is a significant achievement of the Nuclear Security Summit process. This paper will overview the outcome of ISCN's activities over the past four years.



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