NTI testimony before the US Congress, international organizations, and other government or public events is listed below.
Aug. 1, 2002 | Charles B. Curtis
In this testimony, Mr. Curtis offers his views on the Treaty of Moscow and next steps the U.S. and Russia should take to transform their security relationship.
Charles Curtis testifies before the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee on proliferation threats facing the United StatesMarch 19, 2003 | Charles B. Curtis
In this testimony, Mr. Curtis briefly outlines a set of domestic and international initiatives for how to deal with the threats from weapons of mass destruction.
Dr. Mark S. Smolinski, testified at the 2005 Meeting of Experts of the Biological Weapons Convention in GenevaJune 5, 2005 | Mark S. Smolinski
NTI's Vice President of Biological Programs and Director of the Global Health and Security Initiative underscored the need to tackle the challenge of safeguarding life sciences through a multi-disciplinary and integrated approach that engages both the biomedical science and security communities.
Oct. 17, 2001 | Margaret A. Hamburg, M.D.
Testimony on the biological weapons threat.
Joan Rohlfing testifies before the House Committee on Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Oversight and InvestigationsMay 24, 2005 | Joan Rohlfing
NTI's Senior Vice President for Programs and Operations discusses ways to reduce the threat of nuclear terrorism and DOE's Global Threat Reduction Initiative.
Laura S. H. Holgate testifies before the House Committee on Homeland Security -- Subcommittee on Prevention of Nuclear and Biological AttackMay 26, 2005 | Laura Holgate
NTI's Vice President for Russia/New Independent States Programs discusses the necessary steps to preventing nuclear terrorism.
Laura S. H. Holgate testifies before the House International Relations Committee -- Subcommittee on International Terrorism and NonproliferationApril 14, 2005 | Laura Holgate
NTI's Vice President for Russia/New Independent States Programs discusses the threat of nuclear terrorism and suggests ways that the U.S. and the global community can work to prevent it.
Laura S. H. Holgate testifies before the House International Relations Committee -- Subcommittees on Europe, International Terrorism, Nonproliferation and Human RightsMay 14, 2003 | Laura Holgate
In this testimony, Ms. Holgate discusses U.S. progress toward reducing the threats from nuclear, biological and chemical weapons, where we are heading, and whether we are getting there fast enough.
Laura S. H. Holgate testifies before the Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs, Subcommittee on International Security, Proliferation, and Federal ServicesNov. 14, 2001 | Laura Holgate
Testimony on how the U.S. government can strengthen its efforts to prevent the spread of nuclear, biological and chemical weapons and materials.
Oct. 9, 2002 | Laura Holgate
In this testimony before the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Laura Holgate offers various approaches that could help the G-8 fulfill the promise of greater resources and more comprehensive, better coordinated world-wide commitment reflected in its June announcement of the Global Partnership Against the Spread of Weapons and Materials of Mass Destruction.
Managing Interagency Nonproliferation Efforts: Are We Effectively Securing Nuclear Materials Around the World?March 15, 2012 | Dr. Page Stoutland, PhD
Page Stoutland discusses the need to develop a global consensus on priorities for securing weapons-usable nuclear materials worldwide.
April 9, 2003 | Margaret A. Hamburg, M.D.
Dr. Hamburg testifies on important concerns raised by the emergence and ongoing response to the SARS outbreak, as well as broader issues of emerging infections, public health and security.