Saudi Arabia does not possess weapons of mass destruction and there is no credible evidence of it pursuing a nuclear weapons program. This article provides an overview of Saudi Arabia’s historical and current policies relating to nuclear, chemical, biological and missile proliferation.
Rolf Ekéus has spent the last two decades working on international nonproliferation issues. He has filled a number of diplomatic posts, including Swedish Ambassador to the United States and Executive Chairman of the United Nations Special Commission on Iraq from 1991-1997.
Judge Hisashi Owada was appointed to the International Court of Justice in The Hague in early 2003. Before being appointed to this post, he served as President of the Japan Institute of International Affairs.
Deborah Rosenblum was named executive vice president in 2010. Working with NTI’s president, she oversees the organization’s operations, development and programs with an annual operating budget of $15-20 million. Rosenblum is NTI’s leading expert on biosecurity. Additionally, she leads NTI’s work on all security issues related to China, and leads NTI’s Middle Eastern partnerships.
Isabelle Williams joined NTI in 2007 and serves as Senior Adviser to the Global Nuclear Policy Program. As part of this work she helps coordinate the international strategy of the program, managing the work of NTI’s global partners.