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  • Country Profile

    Syria

    This article provides an overview of Syria's historical and current policies relating to nuclear, chemical, biological and missile proliferation.

  • Person

    Tammy T. Ware

    Tammy T. Ware joined NTI in 2007. Ware supports the Executive Vice President, Deborah Rosenblum, as her Executive Assistant and assists the Material Security and Minimization department with projects, meetings and conference coordination.

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    Tabas

    Iran constructed a missile test monitoring and telemetry station at Tabas with North Korean assistance, presumably in the late 1980s. [1] The station is located in the Salt Desert, which enables Iran to launch missiles from the Shahroud test site and observe their impact in the desert away from highly populated regions. The facility might also be involved in Iran's ...

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    Taiwan

    This article provides an overview of Taiwan’s historical and current policies relating to nuclear, chemical, biological and missile proliferation.

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    Tajikistan

    This article provides an overview of Tajikistan’s historical and current policies relating to nuclear, chemical, biological and missile proliferation.

  • Facility

    Tanta University

    Tanta University has departments in the field of physics, as well as those of electrical, mechanical, and civil engineering. The Department of Physics conducts research in theoretical physics, solid-state physics, nuclear radiation physics, lasers physics, plasma physics, nuclear physics, electronics, bio-physics and solar energy physics. It conducts joint research with institutes throughout Europe, Japan, the United States, and ...

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    Taps at Twilight

    In a Memorial Day speech NTI Co-Chairman Sam Nunn saluted all of U.S. veterans, heroes and citizen patriots who serve our nation and spread the inspirational lessons of duty, honor, integrity, courage and character.

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    Taunsa

    Uranium was discovered Taunsa in 2000 and mining operations began in 2002. [1] As with the Qabul Khel and Nanganai sites, the average grade of the uranium is between 0.02 and 0.03 percent, and in-situ leaching technology is used for extraction. [2]

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    [1] Franz J. Dahlkamp, "Chapter 9: Pakistan," Uranium Deposits of the World ...

  • Person

    Ted Turner

    A philanthropist and supporter of a number of humanitarian causes, Mr. Turner is founder of CNN, the world's first live, in-depth, around-the-clock news television network. He directs most of his philanthropic activities through the Turner Foundation, the United Nations Foundation and NTI.

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    University of Tehran (UT)

    Established in 1934, the University of Tehran is the oldest and largest university in Iran. It houses the Tehran Nuclear Research Center, at which scientists conducted numerous undeclared experiments including uranium conversion, plutonium separation and polonium production. [1] The University of Tehran offers a variety of undergraduate, graduate and PhD degrees relevant to a nuclear program ...

  • GSN Article

    Television Turns Terror into Thrills

    WASHINGTON — Nonproliferation and health experts are tuning in or even offering guidance as an increasing number of television shows use weapons of mass destruction as plot devices (see GSN, Sept. 28, 2004).

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