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Statement of Former Senator Sam Nunn Co-Chairman of the Nuclear Threat Initiative Regarding the Iran Framework

NTI Co-Chairman and CEO Sam Nunn comments on the announcement of a Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) regarding the Islamic Republic of Iran’s Nuclear Program. "Looking ahead, it is imperative to keep the international coalition together as it works to conclude the details of a final agreement and beyond. The coalition must ensure the agreement’s effective implementation over many years, if we are to have any hope of preventing Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons without going to war," he writes.

Resources on Iran

A wide range of resources on Iran's nuclear program, including an in-depth look at the program's history, the country's most sensitive WMD facilities and 3D models of Iranian sites and centrifuges, from NTI and the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies.

High Resolution B-Roll of Iran Facilities Available

Members of the media covering negotiations between Iran and the P5+1 can use high quality, high resolution B-roll footage of WMD facilities in Iran, produced by NTI and the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS).
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New Approach to Nuclear Fuel Cycle: How to Manage our "Nuclear Present"

The Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI) and the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Proliferation Prevention Program released a new report urging a sustainable and secure nuclear supply architecture. This is the first comprehensive approach to managing nuclear energy that would address "future Irans." According to the report's authors, the international community can no longer afford to ignore gaps in the system that allow the spread of sensitive fuel cycle technologies and enable states to produce weapons-usable nuclear material.

EVENT: A New Approach to the Nuclear Fuel Cycle

On Thursday, March 12, join the authors of a new NTI-CSIS report urging a sustainable and secure nuclear supply architecture. This is the first comprehensive approach to managing nuclear energy that would address "future Irans." According to the report's authors, the international community can no longer afford to ignore gaps in the system that allow the spread of sensitive fuel cycle technologies and enable states to produce weapons-usable nuclear material. This new report offers a “best practices” approach that aims to protect against nuclear proliferation and nuclear terrorism while also protecting the long-term viability of nuclear energy to provide low-carbon electricity.

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