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The Global Initiative To Combat Nuclear Terrorism


The Global Initiative to Combat Nuclear Terrorism, co-chaired by the United States and Russia, is an international partnership of 86 nations and five official observers that have endorsed a set of core nuclear security principles across the full spectrum of nuclear terrorism deterrence, prevention, detection, and response objectives..

To advance this mission, the GICNT has conducted more than 70 multilateral activities, including workshops and tabletop exercises, across the GICNT focus areas of nuclear detection, forensics, and response and mitigation.

For more information about the GICNT, please visit www.GICNT.org or email Globalinitiative@state.gov.


Date: 03/01/2015 Description: The Netherlands Forensic Institute hosted the Global Initiative to Combat Nuclear Terrorism International Conference and Mock Trial on Nuclear Forensics-also called ''Glowing Tulip''-in March 2015. More than 80 policymakers, technical experts, judges, prosecutors/solicitors, and law enforcement officials representing more than 25 countries participated.
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The Netherlands Forensic Institute hosted the Global Initiative to Combat Nuclear Terrorism International Conference and Mock Trial on Nuclear Forensics —also called “Glowing Tulip”—in March 2015. More than 80 policymakers, technical experts, judges, prosecutors/solicitors, and law enforcement officials representing more than 25 countries participated.

Date: 02/01/2016 Description: The Global Initiative to Combat Nuclear Terrorism supported ''Exercise Falcon,'' a three-day workshop and table top exercise that focused on key aspects of nuclear detection and response. ''Exercise Falcon'' was held in Abu Dhabi in partnership with the European Commission, GICNT, United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Institute, and the United Arab Emirates, Morocco, and Jordan. © State Dept Image/Christine Martin

The Global Initiative to Combat Nuclear Terrorism supported "Exercise Falcon," a three-day workshop and table top exercise that focused on key aspects of nuclear detection and response. “Exercise Falcon” was held in Abu Dhabi in partnership with the European Commission, GICNT, United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Institute, and the United Arab Emirates, Morocco, and Jordan.


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