Nuclear Security Summit 2014


Fifty-eight world leaders including President Obama and other heads of state are gathering for the Nuclear Security Summit 2014 at The Hague, March 24th and 25th, 2014. The event marks a continuation of the first high-level international effort to prevent nuclear terrorism; previous summits were held in Washington, in 2010, and Seoul, in 2012. Since Carnegie Corporation’s pioneering work on threat reduction at the end of the Cold War, our grantees have remained on the cutting edge of efforts to prevent nuclear terrorism, providing clear analysis and creative solutions.

  • Read an analysis of the Summit by one of the Corporation’s program officers for International Peace and Security and an oped piece in The Hill blog
  • Read an oped in The New York Times about the dangers of highly enriched uranium by Carnegie Corporation grantees Alan J. Kuperman and Frank N. von Hippel
  • Read news from the Summit about Japan’s announcement that it will hand over a large cache of weapons-grade materials to the United States
  • Monitor this page for a real-time feed of tweets from the event live on March 24th and 25th

Highlights from the Summit: