Securing Loose Nukes in Chile

Securing Loose Nukes in Chile
Enrique Siques for TIME

In the decades since the Atoms for Peace program began (it subsequently gave rise to the International Atomic Energy Agency), global politics have changed significantly, leading to fears that fissile material could end up in the hands of terrorists. Not all the facilities in possession of HEU are as secure as the NNSA would desire. In this photo, security cameras monitor activity at the La Reina reactor facility in Santiago.

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