A new database released today by the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS) on NTI’s website documents all of Iran’s missile and space launch vehicle (SLV) tests since the end of the Iran-Iraq war in 1988.
NTI Program Officer for Scientific and Technical Affairs Michelle Nalabandian addressed the “dirty bomb” threat posed by radiological sources in medical equipment at the Radiation Injury Treatment Network’s 2017 Radiation and Nuclear Preparedness workshop.
Experts from the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS) have uncovered details about North Korea's May 2017 missile, demonstrating how it was used as a precursor to its intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) test in July.
The Nuclear Threat Initiative, led by former Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz, one of the principal U.S. negotiators of the deal struck in 2015, has compiled a collection of resources and materials to explain the agreement and its progress.
Experts from the Nuclear Threat Initiative will make presentations at the 58th annual Institute of Nuclear Materials Management (INMM) meeting on topics including radiological security, U.S.-Russia cooperation, and nuclear disarmament verification.
During a debate in Canada’s House of Commons, the Hon. Andrew Leslie, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, highlighted NTI’s International Partnership for Nuclear Disarmament Verification as an example of positive progress for nuclear disarmament policy.
A new analysis by James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS) experts Ferenc Dalnoki-Veress and Miles Pomper examines the use of blood irradiators containing the radioactive isotope cesium-137.
Rosenblum spoke about current risks and vulnerabilities of high-activity radioactive sources, particularly the cesium-137 in hospital blood irradiators, and emphasize security gaps and the potential consequences of a radioactive “dirty bomb.”