" COVID-19 is a nasty wake-up call that in a globally interwoven world, crises cannot be contained by borders alone. It illustrates that serious gaps remain in the ability of the international community to collaborate in the face of transnational challenges. And it underscores that not all nations embrace the transparency that is required to build trust. These are important lessons from a painful period. They need to be incorporated into an effective, new framework for next-gen nuclear governance. That process should begin now."Ken Luongo
In a new brief from the Global America Business Institute (GABI), Ken Luongo, President of Partnership for Global Security (PGS), analyzes how COVID-19 has illustrated the lack of transparency, trust, and international cooperation required to effectively address transnational security challenges. These three concepts are central to the nuclear governance regime required for the rapidly developing next generation of nuclear energy.