October 29, 2001
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.
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 18, 2010
"The world has to build trust, cooperation, technical capability and political will over time to have a realistic prospect of ultimately ending nuclear weapons as a threat to the world," said NTI Co-Chairman Sam Nunn.
January 31, 2012
Ambassador Jan Petersen
Jan Petersen, Permanent Representative of Norway to the United Nations in Vienna and former Minister of Foreign Affairs, gives the keynote address at the opening of the 2nd International Symposium on HEU Minimization in Vienna.
February 1, 2012
Corey Hinderstein, NTI Vice President, International Program gives welcoming remarks to the 2nd International Symposium on HEU Minimization.
December 27, 2007
NTI Co-Chairman Sam Nunn praises U.S. commitment of $50 million to help create a low enriched uranium stockpile managed by the International Atomic Energy Agency
NTI Co-Chairman Sam Nunn praises U.S. commitment of $50 million to help create a low enriched uranium stockpile managed by the International Atomic Energy Agency.
July 13, 2009
NTI President Charles B. Curtis speaks at the 50th Annual meeting of the Institute of Nuclear Materials Management
NTI President Charles B. Curtis urges participants to dedicate their talent and expertise to making the World Institute for Nuclear Security a success.
January 14, 2003
In this speech at the MIT Club Washington Seminar Series, Mr. Curtis discusses the risk of catastrophic terrorism and what we need to be doing about it, including developing a comprehensive national security threat analysis, fixing government spending priorities, and realizing the G-8 commitment.
April 26, 2001
The Eisenhower Award was given to Senators Nunn and Lugar for their work in creating and sustaining legislation to help secure weapons, know-how, and materials in the former Soviet Union.
June 11, 2008
NTI Co-Chairman Sam Nunn was honored with the Hessian Peace Prize for his "long-standing involvement and strong engagement in avoiding nuclear conflicts and his work toward nuclear disarmament." In his acceptance remarks, he spoke about the need to reduce global nuclear dangers.
February 27, 2008
NTI Co-Chairman Sam Nunn speaks to an international conference on "Achieving the Vision of a World Free of Nuclear Weapons" in Oslo, Norway