1. The concept of nuclear security and its relevance for the fight against international terrorism; 2. The sources of international law on nuclear security; 3. The prevention and detection of malicious acts involving nuclear material, other radioactive substances or their associated facilities; 4. The response to malicious acts: the criminal prosecution of perpetrators; 5. Other aspects of the legal regime designated to respond to malicious acts and the protection of confidential information; 6. The implementation of international nuclear security law within domestic legal systems and the role of the IAEA.
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