NTI co-chairman and CEO former Senator Sam Nunn signed on to a new report released this week aimed at contributing objective, nonpartisan analysis to the debate about a preemptive strike on Iran's nuclear program.
NTI co-chairman and CEO former Senator Sam Nunn and board member Senator Richard Lugar received a new award in their names from the Carnegie Corporation of New York and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's International Security Advisory Board, co-chaired by NTI president emeritus Charlie Curtis, released a new report, "Mutual Assured Stability: Essential Components and Near Term Actions."
NTI's Corey Hinderstein and Andrew Newman co-authored with Ole Reistad of the Norwegian Institute of Energy Technology an article in The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists calling for a change in the conversation on highly enriched uranium (HEU) from minimization to elimination.
In a new issue brief, Melissa Hanham of the Monterey Institute of International Studies investigates the alleged transfer of missile technology from China to North Korea and considers the implications for China's nonproliferation efforts.
A new issue brief by Helen Kei and Bryan Lee of the Monterey Institute of International Studies explores what some interpret as a deepening split between Moscow and Washington on global nonproliferation policy.
The United States and Russia should leverage their experience and expertise in nuclear threat reduction to minimize threats posed by the rapid development of nuclear energy technology around the world, according to researchers at the Center for Nonproliferation Studies and the Center for Energy and Security Studies.