Table of Contents
|1 The Global Context for Preventing Radiological Terrorism||17-42|
|2 Security of Ionizing Radiation Sources in Russia||43-68|
|3 U.S.-Russian Cooperation to Improve Security of Ionizing Radiation Sources in Russia||69-80|
|4 Conclusions and Recommendations: Reinforcing Russian Capabilities to Protect Ionizing Radiation Sources||81-92|
|A Original Study Task for Opportunities for U.S.-Russian Cooperation in Combating Radiological Terrorism||93-94|
|B Committee Biographies||95-98|
|C List of Committee Activities||99-100|
|D Agenda: U.S.-Russian Workshop on Safety and Security of Ionizing Radiation Sources||101-104|
|E Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation Funding Profile by Subprogram, 2007 Request||105-106|
|F Report to the President and the U.S. Congress Under Public Law 109-58, The Energy Policy Act of 2005, The Radiation Source Protection and Security Task Force Report, Contents||107-114|
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