related activities in the international community. The international coordination of large science efforts can avoid duplication and exploit opportunities to perform leading-edge research on the best facilities in a cost-effective manner. It is thus important that consideration be given to coordinating all non-ITER-related activities discussed here with the global fusion program, as appropriate.



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