March 9, 2005
In a speech at the National Press Club, NTI Co-Chairman Sam Nunn outlines four main nuclear threats we face and urges a series of initiatives to reduce them.
December 13, 2004
NTI President Charles Curtis discusses the challenges to U.S.-Russian cooperation, the need for a new, common agenda and calls on the U.S. and Russian Presidents to "take charge and take responsibility."
December 9, 2004
NTI Co-Chairman Sam Nunn says that active leadership of the scientific community is essential to develop norms of scientific behavior that will secure dangerous biological materials without suffocating scientific research.
December 2, 2004
Sam Nunn's Statement Regarding the Report of the UN High-Level Panel on Threats, Challenges and Change
NTI Co-Chairman Sam Nunn commends the panel for recognizing that "we need to do more, faster" to reduce the threats from nuclear, biological and chemical weapons and materials.
October 28, 2004
NTI President Charles Curtis calls for the International Science and Technology Center in Moscow to expand its programs and begin assisting security personnel and technicians at Russian and former Soviet nuclear facilities.
June 21, 2004
NTI Co-Chairman Sam Nunn's speech urges the U.S. and Russian Presidents to end their nations' Cold War nuclear force postures.
May 26, 2004
G8 Summit Preview: Are G8 Leaders Doing Enough to Prevent Nuclear, Chemical and Biological Terrorism?
NTI Co-Chairman Sam Nunn's statement regarding the G8 Summit.
May 4, 2004
In a speech given at the National Defense University, NTI President Charles Curtis discusses ways to build a global coalition to prevent the spread of nuclear, biological and chemical weapons and materials.
May 4, 2004
At a news conference in Brussels, NTI Co-Chairman Sam Nunn discusses the importance of preventing a catastrophic nuclear attack.
March 5, 2004
In a speech given in London, NTI's Vice President Laura Holgate discusses the role that NGOs play in the effort to reduce global threats from catastrophic terrorism.
December 16, 2003
In his remarks, Sam Nunn hails Kazakhstan's decision to dismantle their nuclear arsenal in the early 1990's and explains how through that action, they've built a friendship with the United States and been an example to the world.
November 20, 2003
At a conference in Strasbourg, France, Sam Nunn speaks about the "Strengthening the Global Partnership" project, an NTI-funded consortium of 21 research institutions across Europe, Russia, the U.S. and Asia and what must be done to keep nuclear, biological and chemical weapons out of terrorist hands.