Back To School: Resources for Students and Professors on History and Policy of WMD

As the fall semester begins on many campuses, NTI has resources for students and professors interested in the history, theory, and policy surrounding weapons of mass destruction and disruption. Developed in partnership with the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, NTI has a wide array of resources for educators and students alike. 

The Basics
Educational tutorials were developed on the following subjects to help build understanding on the often complex and interrelated issues surrounding weapons of mass destruction:

Country Profiles
NTI has in-depth country profiles providing expert data and information for students. Country profiles include an overview of each country's nuclear, chemical, biological, and missile programs, in-depth information on participation in relevant nonproliferation treaties and regimes, compilations of countries' official documents relating to nonproliferation, and links to related content.

Treaties and Regimes
NTI has an up to date analysis of current treaties, organizations, and regimes related to disarmament, arms control, and nonproliferation of weapons of mass destruction. Information on each treaty or organization includes relevant full text documents, country memberships, an analytical overview, and a chronology tracking ongoing work and related developments.

3D Models
The James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies has created a series of 3D models of ballistic and cruise missiles from China, India, Iran, North Korea, Pakistan and Russia for NTI. Models include points of interest, as well as basic information on each missile and capabilities. 


August 11, 2016
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As the fall semester begins on many campuses, NTI has resources for students and professors interested in the history, theory, and policy surrounding weapons of mass destruction and disruption. Developed in partnership with the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, NTI has a wide array of resources for educators and students alike.