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The Day After an Attack, What Would We Wish We Had Done? Why Aren’t We Doing It Now?

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The Day After an Attack, What Would We Wish We Had Done? Why Aren’t We Doing It Now?

NTI's Co-Chair Sam Nunn told the 9/11 Public Discourse Project that the United States and its partners must be as focused on fighting the nuclear threat in this century as we were in fighting the communist threat in the last century. Why wait till the day after? We must do it now.

Dr. Mark S. Smolinski, testified at the 2005 Meeting of Experts of the Biological Weapons Convention in Geneva

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Dr. Mark S. Smolinski, testified at the 2005 Meeting of Experts of the Biological Weapons Convention in Geneva

NTI's Vice President of Biological Programs and Director of the Global Health and Security Initiative underscored the need to tackle the challenge of safeguarding life sciences through a multi-disciplinary and integrated approach that engages both the biomedical science and security communities.

Laura S. H. Holgate testifies before the House International Relations Committee — Subcommittee on International Terrorism and Nonproliferation

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Laura S. H. Holgate testifies before the House International Relations Committee — Subcommittee on International Terrorism and Nonproliferation

NTI's Vice President for Russia/New Independent States Programs discusses the threat of nuclear terrorism and suggests ways that the U.S. and the global community can work to prevent it.

Laura S. H. Holgate testifies before the House International Relations Committee — Subcommittees on Europe, International Terrorism, Nonproliferation and Human Rights

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Laura S. H. Holgate testifies before the House International Relations Committee — Subcommittees on Europe, International Terrorism, Nonproliferation and Human Rights

In this testimony, Ms. Holgate discusses U.S. progress toward reducing the threats from nuclear, biological and chemical weapons, where we are heading, and whether we are getting there fast enough.

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