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Howard Hall, director of the Institute for Nuclear Security and UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair for nuclear security, was a panelist on the radio show “Beyond Beijing” out of Beijing, China. Hall discussed the second Nuclear Security Summit which concluded in Seoul, South Korea. While battling current event divergences, world leaders striven to map out a safer future for nuclear energy development. In the final communique formulated following the summit, world leaders stated that nuclear terrorism has become one of the most challenging threats to the international community. Hall was a panelist along with Benjamin Sovacool, professor at Vermont Law School. His interview starts about five minutes into the podcast.