International Panel on Fissile Materials

International Panel on Fissile Materials
(2006; Princeton University; 2 staff;

Is an “independent group of arms-control and nonproliferation experts from both nuclear weapon and non-nuclear weapon states.” It strives to achieve “nuclear weapons disarmament, halt the proliferation of nuclear weapons, and ensure that terrorists do not acquire nuclear weapons.” Consequently, IPFM “analyzes the technical basis for practical and achievable policy initiatives to secure, consolidate, and reduce stockpiles of highly enriched uranium and plutonium, which are key ingredients in nuclear weapons.”


Leadership: Nancy Burnett (Program Manager)

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