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Get to Know NTI: Jake Jordan

Jake Jordan is NTI's senior director for Global Biological Policy and Programs where he works on a number of key programs, including NTI's Biosecurity Innovation and Risk Reduction Initiative. Find ...

New Video for NTI Highlights Importance of New START

A new video produced for NTI by the Center for Nonproliferation Studies highlights the national security benefits of the 2011 New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (New START) and the importance of extending ...



Under the Islands

A new interactive test site tour explores how U.S.-Russia confidence building measures could help avoid a return to nuclear testing.

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NTI has developed interactive educational tools for anyone who wants to learn more about the threat posed by nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons.

Global nuclear policy

NTI works on Global Nuclear Policy to generate global momentum among governments to reduce the risks posed by nuclear weapons and materials.

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As long as nuclear materials and facilities exist and the nuclear terrorism threat remains, the cooperative work necessary to prevent catastrophic nuclear terrorism must continue.

Joan Rohlfing
President and Chief Operating Officer
Nuclear Threat Initiative