Experts, including NTI President Joan Rohlfing, discussed U.S. policy towards nuclear modernization, the costs and benefits of developing a new generation of nuclear weapons, and the effects on the balance of power among nuclear states.
NTI’s Andrew Bieniawski, Vice President of Material Security and Minimization was interviewed by The Atlantic’s Steven Brill at an event in Washington, D.C. entitled, “Are We Any Safer?” which examined the strengths and remaining vulnerabilities of the U.S. security apparatus and ability to prevent the next terrorist attack—or recover from it.
Next week, the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI), in partnership with the European Leadership Network (ELN) and Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) will host a delegation of European parliamentarians for an International Dialogue on Global Nuclear Security from September 11-13th in Washington, D.C.
New analysis and high-quality, high resolution B-roll footage of North Korea's ballistic missiles, including the never-before-seen Extended Range Scud missile and reentry vehicle tested in September 2016.
The Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI) and the World Institute for Nuclear Security (WINS) will host a one-day workshop, Radiological Security: Increasing Transparency and Voluntary Reporting, in Berlin,
Germany on September 12, 2015. The workshop is a key component to continued progress in radiological security after the fourth and final Nuclear Security Summit.
Sam Nunn, co-chairman and CEO, and Joan Rohlfing, president of the Nuclear Threat Initiative, today announced the addition of three new staff members: Rachel Staley Grant, director of public education; Martin Rioux-Lefebvre, senior program officer for material security and minimization; and Meaghan Webster, communications manager.