Participants in the International Partnership for Nuclear Disarmament Verification (IPNDV) will discuss the initiative’s progress and future plans in addressing the technical challenges involved in verifying nuclear disarmament at a side event of the United Nations First Committee session.
“Erin’s experience with cybersecurity and national security policy as well as extensive research studies make her an excellent addition to our team,” said Dr. Page Stoutland, Vice President for Scientific and Technical Affairs.
We are deeply saddened by the loss of our founding Board Member Pete Domenici. Senator Domenici was an outstanding leader in the United States Senate, and in his post-Senate career, he continued to work on the issues important to New Mexico, our nation and the world.
“I have lost a dear friend and close confidant with the passing of Pete Domenici. Pete and I arrived in the Senate in late 1972 and served together for 24 years. We worked across the aisle on many of the nation’s critical issues—from comprehensive tax reform to reducing nuclear dangers—but even more importantly, we bonded as trusted friends and partners, whether we agreed or disagreed on a particular vote or a particular policy.
In an op-ed published The Washington Post, NTI Co-Chairmen Sam Nunn and Ernest J. Moniz make the case for the creation of a congressional liaison group, to work with the executive branch to manage and improve U.S.-Russian relations.
The Minsk meeting focused on topics including the crisis in Ukraine, prospective relations between the Eurasian Economic Union and the European Union, relations between Russia and the West, as well as the political, economic, rule of law, and civil society landscape in Belarus.