In 2016, North Korea’s nuclear weapons program shifted in an important way, from developing a nuclear capability in the abstract to deploying a nuclear-armed force of ballistic missiles. A new 3D model of North Korea’s nuclear test site suggests many more may be on the way.
International statesmen Des Browne, Wolfgang Ischinger, Igor Ivanov, and Sam Nunn call on Western and Russian leaders to reduce the risk of a dangerous military confrontation by adopting measures outlined in a new report launched by the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI).
With cyber threats against nuclear facilities on the rise, governments, industry, and international organizations must accelerate efforts to protect against a cyberattack with catastrophic consequences, according to a new report from the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI), Outpacing Cyber Threats: Priorities for Cybersecurity at Nuclear Facilities, released at the IAEA International Conference on Nuclear Security in Vienna.
More than 40 technology and business innovators, nuclear experts, artists, filmmakers, and authors, many whom are next-generation leaders in their fields, gathered for the summit to engage with one another and learn about various aspects of the nuclear weapons debate.
Former Senators Sam Nunn and Richard Lugar will speak at an event in Washington, D.C. to discuss the achievements of the bipartisan initiative and the importance of bringing renewed attention to this critical work going forward.
NTI's seventh Global Dialogue on Nuclear Security Priorities will bring together government officials and industry experts to discuss nuclear and radiological materials security and cyber security priorities.
The module provides a two-session curriculum on nuclear materials security for undergraduate or graduate courses in international relations, security studies, diplomacy, counter-terrorism, or nuclear sciences.