It is time for the U.S. and Russia to forge a nuclear-cooperation deal that would boost the global growth of nuclear energy while improving safety standards and allaying security concerns, write Evgeniy P. Velikhov and Matthew Bunn in this column. It is better if the two countries, which together possess the world's largest contingent of nuclear resources, to work with rather than against each other, the writers argue.

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