November 1, 2007
Reducing the Global Nuclear Danger: International Cooperation – the Indispensable Security Imperative
"Reducing the Global Nuclear Danger: International Cooperation – the Indispensable Security Imperative," by Charles B. Curtis
September 14, 2007
NTI President Charles B. Curtis speaks on energy security, nuclear security and climate change at the International Conference on Energy and Global Security Cooperation in Gstaad, Switzerland.
August 27, 2007
NTI Co-Chairman Sam Nunn and U.S. Senator Richard Lugar Mark the 15th Anniversary of Nunn-Lugar CTR Program
Sam Nunn delivers a speech at the Spaso House in Moscow celebrating the 200th anniversary of US-Russian diplomatic relations.
June 14, 2007
Recognizing that we have arrived at a dangerous tipping point in the nuclear era, Senator Nunn spoke at the Council on Foreign Relations about the path that he, George Shultz, Henry Kissinger and Bill Perry have charted for advancing the vision of a world free of nuclear weapons linked to specific steps to reduce nuclear dangers.
June 11, 2007
Sam Nunn, Co-Chairman of NTI, speaks at the Pacific Health Summit in Seattle.
October 17, 2006
Sam Nunn, Co-Chairman of NTI, speaks at the Richard B. Russell Symposium at the University of Georgia in Athens.
September 19, 2006
New Framework for the Utilization of Nuclear Energy in the 21st Century: Assurances of Supply and NonproliferationLaura Holgate
Laura Holgate, Vice President for Russia/New Independent States Programs, Nuclear Threat Initiative, speaks at the 50th IAEA General Conference Special Event in Vienna, Austria
September 19, 2006
New Framework for the Utilization of Nuclear Energy in the 21st Century: Assurances of Supply and Nonproliferation
Sam Nunn, Co-Chairman of NTI, speaks at the 50th IAEA General Conference Special Event in Vienna, Austria.
April 21, 2006
Laura Holgate, NTI Vice President of Russia/NIS programs, speaks on "Linking Energy Security and Nuclear Security" in remarks at a Moscow conference previewing the 2006 G8 Summit.
July 11, 2005
Speaking to the Institute for Nuclear Materials Management, NTI President Charles Curtis called on nuclear industry professionals to take on greater responsibility for establishing global best practices for securing, surveillance, accounting and tracking nuclear materials to keep them out of terrorist hands.
June 24, 2005
NTI President Charles Curtis discussed the importance of international cooperation in combating the threat from weapons of mass destruction at the World Leaders' Summit in California.
June 7, 2005
At a Tokyo seminar on the G8 Global Partnership, Sam Nunn discusses the importance of international cooperation in preventing weapons of mass destruction terrorism.