Read speeches by NTI board members, officers and staff.
Oct. 22, 2002 | Sam Nunn
Senator Nunn discussed the need to immediately secure nuclear, biological and chemical weapons and materials wherever they are vulnerable around the world.
June 19, 2002 | Sam Nunn
In remarks at a CDC sponsored conference on "Public Health and the Law," Senator Nunn outlines several of the key policy issues facing the U.S. and the world with a particular focus on the importance of public health becoming an 'indispensable pillar' in our global security framework.
May 27, 2002 | Richard G. Lugar
Senator Lugar discusses the future of the U.S.-Russia relationship, proposes expanded cooperation, and describes his efforts to build the Nunn-Lugar Program to include countries willing to work with the U.S., Russia and their allies.
Reducing the Threats from Weapons of Mass Destruction and Building a Global Coalition Against Catastrophic TerrorismMay 27, 2002 | Sam Nunn
In this speech at the NTI Conference in Moscow, Sam Nunn emphasizes the importance of cooperation between the U.S. and Russia in building a global coalition to reduce the threats from weapons of mass destruction.
Senators Nunn and Lugar released a statement following NTI's May 27 conference in Moscow calling for the creation of a Global Coalition Against Catastrophic Terrorism.
April 24, 2002 | Charles B. Curtis
Mr. Curtis speaks at a lunchtime seminar hosted by Resources for the Future about the work of NTI, our vision of global security, the programs we fund and the policies we promote to advance that vision.
March 18, 2002 | Richard G. Lugar
Senator Lugar announces this bill that would authorize the Secretary of Defense to use up to $50 million of unobligated Nunn-Lugar/CTR funds for nonproliferation projects and emergencies outside the states of the former Soviet Union.
March 11, 2002 | Sam Nunn
Senator Nunn discusses the importance of global cooperation in keeping WMD out of terrorist hands in this speech to the Wilmington World Affairs Council in Delaware. He also describes several NTI projects and his hopes for a U.S.-Russian led global coalition against catastrophic terrorism.
Putting First Things First: The Global Challenge of Reducing the Threats from Weapons of Mass DestructionMarch 6, 2002 | Charles B. Curtis
Mr. Curtis urges a reasoned and accepted balance between security and liberty at Scientific American's Summit on Privacy, Security and Safety: Preserving an Open Society in an Age of Terrorism.
Jan. 18, 2002 | Richard G. Lugar
In this speech delivered to the U.S.-NATO Missions Conference in Belgium, Senator Lugar discusses NATO involvement in meeting the premier security challenge of our time - the threats from terrorism and weapons of mass destruction.
Dec. 12, 2001 | Charles B. Curtis
This speech, delivered at the Brookings Institution's Seminar on U.S. National Security Policy Issues, presents the work of NTI, our vision of global security and the programs we fund and the policies we promote to advance that vision.
Oct. 29, 2001 | Charles B. Curtis
Mr. Curtis addressed the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna, Austria on the importance of safeguarding nuclear weapons material and know-how, and announced the NTI Pledge of $1.2 Million to IAEA for Nuclear Material Protection.