Eric Brewer on the Iranian Nuclear Program’s Entry Into Dangerous New Territory
Eric Brewer calls on Washington to improve its ability to detect and respond to Iran’s nuclear activities now that its nuclear program enters “dangerous new territory” with enough highly enriched uranium for a nuclear bomb.
Biden should do more to prevent the accidental launch of nuclear weapons. Here’s how.
NTI Co-Chairs Nunn and Moniz call for President Biden to reduce the risk of nuclear use by conducting a review aimed at strengthening the safeguards that could prevent unauthorized, inadvertent or mistaken use of a nuclear weapon.
Perry, Kissinger, Nunn in the WSJ: Building on George Shultz’s Vision of a World Without Nuclear Weapons
In their sixth piece together, Bill Perry, Henry Kissinger, and Sam Nunn pay homage to the late George Shultz with a new op-ed in The Wall Street Journal detailing critical steps to reverse the world’s reliance on nuclear weapons, prevent their proliferation, and ultimately end them as a threat to the world.
We bombed Hiroshima, Nagasaki 75 years ago. Today, nuclear war still menaces.
In this piece, Vice President of Global Nuclear Policy Lynn Rusten explains that it is much more difficult to develop, negotiate, ratify and implement new nuclear reduction agreements than it is to tear them down.
The risk of a nuclear attack is back at historic levels, 75 years after Hiroshima
NTI CEO Ernest J. Moniz explains on the 75th Anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima that there have been more close calls along the way than most people realize, and new threats increase the danger of a catastrophic detonation.