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New NTI Tutorial Tackles Chemical Weapons

Our new mobile-friendly, interactive tutorial covers the basics on chemical weapons, from the history of use to progress eliminating them. They join the set of award-winning tutorials at

Washington Post Raises Concerns For Nuclear Security Progress Post-Summit

In an editorial in the Washington Post, the editorial board praised the achievements of the Nuclear Security Summit, while raising serious concerns future progress after the fourth and final Nuclear Security Summit in March. Additionally, the editorial quoted NTI CEO and Co-Chairman on the state of U.S.-Russian relations.

Insider's Guide to the Nuclear Security Summit Now Available

In three weeks, more than 50 heads of state will gather in Washington, DC to address nuclear terrorism. In anticipation of the fourth and final Nuclear Security Summit, NTI has released an Insider's Guide to the Nuclear Security Summit.

NTI and CNS release Iran Deal Progress Report Video

The Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI), in partnership with the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS), today released a new video on the current progress of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), more commonly known as the Iran Deal.

IPNDV Working Group Meetings Report

After a successful second plenary of the International Partnership for Nuclear Disarmament Verification (IPNDV), working groups met in Geneva to continue their work

Younger Generation Leaders Network Meets in Brussels

More than 40 young leaders from Europe, Russia, Ukraine and the United States gathered in Brussels on Feb. 29-March 3 for a meeting of the Younger Generation Leaders Network on Euro-Atlantic Security. During the three-day meeting panel discussions were held that focused on prospects for peace and development in Ukraine in 2016, the challenges Europe faces from the terrorism and mass migration, relations between the European Union and Russia, and the complex relationship between NATO and Russia.
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