The International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA) Board of Governors today approved a host-state agreement (HSA) between the IAEA and the Government of Kazakhstan for the country to host an international low-enriched uranium (LEU) fuel bank that will provide countries with an assurance of LEU supply for peaceful purposes.
A new paper published by NTI, the Center for Nonproliferation Studies and the Fissile Materials Working Group offers timely recommendations for action that countries can pursue ahead of the 2016 Nuclear Security Summit.
NTI Vice Chairman will join Vatican representatives and Catholic scholars to discuss evolving Catholic approaches to nuclear proliferation and disarmament on the margins of the 2015 NPT Review Conference.
NTI Board Members former Senator Sam Nunn, former Secretary of Defense Bill Perry, former UK Secretary of State for Defence Des Browne and NTI President Joan Rohlfing regarding Global Zero's Report, "De-alerting and Stabilizing the World's Nuclear Force Postures.”
More than 100 current and former senior political, military and diplomatic leaders from 43 countries call for a renewed sense of urgency and responsibility among NPT members to achieve a successful 2015 NPT Review Conference.
In the second edition of its annual trafficking report and companion database, the Center for Nonproliferation Studies finds 170 incidents where nuclear or radiological materials were lost, stolen or outside regulatory control in 2014.
NTI Co-Chairman and CEO Sam Nunn comments on the announcement of a Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) regarding the Islamic Republic of Iran’s Nuclear Program. "Looking ahead, it is imperative to keep the international coalition together as it works to conclude the details of a final agreement and beyond. The coalition must ensure the agreement’s effective implementation over many years, if we are to have any hope of preventing Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons without going to war," he writes.
A wide range of resources on Iran's nuclear program, including an in-depth look at the program's history, the country's most sensitive WMD facilities and 3D models of Iranian sites and centrifuges, from NTI and the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies.