The Governing Uranium project is the product of collaboration between the research staff of the Danish Institute for International Studies and the
Center for Strategic and International Studies
Additional research by
- United States Team: Sharon Squassoni, Stephanie Cooke, Robert Kim, and Jacob Greenberg with Ruxi Zhang and Ryan Gorman.
- United Kingdom Team: Wyn Q. Bowen, Christopher Hobbs, Matthew Moran, and Molly Berkemeier.
- Russia Team: Anton Khlopkovand and Valeriya Chekina
- France Team: Cécile Padova and Bruno Tertrais
- China Team: Tamara Patton Schell
- Africa and the Global Market in Natural Uranium: From Proliferation Risk to Non-proliferation Opportunity by Ian Anthony and Lina Grip with Noel Stott and Amelia Broodryk
- China’s Non-proliferation Opportunity by Mark Hibbs and Tamara Patton Schell
- The country reports for India, Pakistan, and Kazakhstan are forthcoming in 2015 and written by Rajiv Nayan (India) and by Dr Maria Sultan, Dr Zafar Nawaz Jaspal, Mr Mohmmad Riaz, Mr Jamshed Hashmi, Mr Jawad Hashmi & Miss Asra Hassan from the South Asian Stability Institute (SASSI) for the Pakistan report. Gry Thomasen from DIIS is the researcher on the Kazakhstan country report. Reports on Australia and Canada will also be forthcoming in 2015, written by Cindy Vestergaard from DIIS. All reports past and future can be found on DIIS’ website.
- A thank you also to France Bourgouin of BSR and her forthcoming research on non-proliferation and corporate sustainability in the nuclear supply chain.
Designed and developed by the
Andreas C. Dracopoulos Ideas Lab
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Governing Uranium could not have happened if it was not for the financial support of The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation and their recognition of the project’s research benefits.