Speaking on Al Jazeera’s Inside Story, Carnegie’s Togzhan Kassenova discussed what international efforts have achieved so far in preventing a nuclear terrorist attack, and what remains to be done. Arguing that the collapse of the Soviet Union created a significant concern regarding nuclear security, Kassenova noted that her home country of Kazakhstan removed all nuclear weapons from its territory by 1995, and has since been engaged in programs in reducing nuclear risks and strengthening nuclear security.

This interview was originally broadcast by Al Jazerra’s Inside Story.