PESD senior fellow and Nobel laureate in Physics, Burton Richter,
explains why an inclusive internationalization policy of both ends of the nuclear
fuel-cycle can provide much needed carbon-free energy while limiting
the potential for the proliferation of nuclear weapons. He insists that the nuclear proliferation problem can be remedied by a tightly monitored program through international policy and diplomacy where incentives to tame proliferation are increased, inspections are more rigorous, and a sanctions program is agreed upon and adhered to.