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Issues Facing the Global Nonproliferation Regime

Charles B. Curtis

NTI President Emeritus and Emeritus Board Member


In this speech delivered in Vienna, Austria, NTI President Charles Curtis calls for new and urgent worldwide actions to physically secure weapons and nuclear materials at their source to preclude the possibility that terrorists could get their hands on them. Curtis explains how current efforts to prevent nuclear terrorism do not come close to matching the threat.

the Terrorism Threat

WMD terrorism is a threat to global security. In 2010 testimony, the U.S. director of national intelligence said that dozens of identified domestic and international terrorists and terrorist groups have expressed intent to obtain and use WMD in future acts of terrorism.

Country Profile

Flag of Israel


This article provides an overview of Israel's historical and current policies relating to nuclear, chemical, biological and missile proliferation.

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