In a keynote speech to the the NGO Summit, Solutions for a Secure Nuclear Future, Des Browne said leaders at the 2016 Nuclear Security Summit must agree on a plan to continue the urgent work of preventing nuclear or radiological catastrophe, and he urged NGOs to continue to work with leaders.
Amb. Thomas Pickering chaired a discussion with NTI President Joan Rohlfing, Dan Lipman of the Nuclear Energy Institute and Kelsey Davenport of the Arms Control Association, hosted by Partnership for a Secure America.
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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.
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.