A Global Playbook for Nuclear Energy Development in Embarking Countries: Six Dimensions for Success
The Playbook emphasizes the need for a holistic approach to scaling nuclear energy, considering the unique challenges and opportunities specific to each country, and highlights the role that new international institutions could play in supporting a global nuclear expansion.
“The bottom line is that the countries and areas with the greatest responsibility for protecting the world from a catastrophic act of nuclear terrorism are derelict in their duty,” the 2023 NTI Index reports.
NTI President Charles B. Curtis Speaks at the US-Japan Workshop on Nuclear Energy
NTI's Charles Curtis and Corey Hinderstein welcome the announcement that the Federation of Electric Power Companies of Japan will set up a mechanism for participating in the World Institute for Nuclear Security (WINS).
In an op-ed published in The Hill, former U.S. Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen and former Senator Sam Nunn call for broad support for the U.S.-U.A.E. 123 Agreement and argue that it is good for the United States from a U.S. national security standpoint and also good for the international nonproliferation regime.