This webpage lists actions countries have taken since March 31, 2020, when data gathering for the 2020 NTI Nuclear Security Index (NTI Index) closed. Since March 31, 2020, countries have taken steps to strengthen the global nuclear security architecture, increase transparency, and reduce quantities of weapons-usable nuclear materials.
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NTI Index Country Action Tracker Updated December 2, 2020 Countries Are Taking Action to Strengthen the Global Architecture, Increase Transparency This webpage lists actions countries have taken since March 31, 2020, when data gathering for the 2020 NTI Nuclear Security Index (NTI Index) closed. Captured in the first update are…
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The 2020 NTI Nuclear Security Index finds that progress on protecting nuclear materials against theft and nuclear facilities against acts of sabotage has slowed significantly over the past two years, despite ongoing, major security gaps.
Among countries with weapons-usable nuclear materials, Australia ranks first for the fifth time. Pakistan is the most improved.