Presidents Trump and Putin are scheduled to meet in Helsinki, Finland on Monday,
July 16. Nuclear issues are expected to be on the agenda, and despite controversy over the summit, there is hope that the meeting is the start of a sustained dialogue between the United States and Russia on issues that are in both nations’ security interests. In addition ...
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Des Browne, Wolfgang Ischinger, Igor Ivanov, and Sam Nunn issued a statement in Moscow, Munich, London and Washington with specific proposals for the two presidents for reducing and eliminating nuclear and other military risks.
As Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin prepare to meet in Helsinki, NTI offers a host of resources on the U.S. and Russian nuclear programs and recommendations for how the presidents can and must work to prevent nuclear confrontation and pursue dialogue to reduce nuclear risks.
NTI and the Moscow-based Center for Energy and Security Studies (CENESS), in cooperation with the IAEA, the Government of Canada, and the Republic of Kyrgyzstan, hosted a workshop in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan focused on strengthening radiological security in Central Asia.
NTI | bio partnered with Wellcome Trust and the World Economic Forum to convene leading experts in the fields of synthetic biology, virology, genomics, bioethics, security, public health, and risk to identify and develop novel approaches to advance technical innovations to reduce biological risks associated with advances in technology.
The 50th anniversary of the NPT opening for signature should remind all nations why we have a stake in preserving, sustaining, and strengthening the NPT regime to prevent proliferation, ensure cooperation on peaceful use of nuclear energy, and end the threat posed by nuclear weapons as we ultimately move toward a world without nuclear weapons.