Working Toward a World Without Nuclear Weapons

A new nuclear age

The world has entered a new nuclear age. While the risk of large-scale nuclear war has declined, regional instability, the proliferation of weapons and the materials to make them along with emerging threats like cyber and terrorism mean the risk of a single nuclear weapon or device being detonated—by accident, by miscalculation or on purpose—is on the rise.

Our current nuclear policies have not adapted to today’s security environment. This status quo is not sustainable, and the consequences of inaction are unacceptable. NTI works with leaders, governments, and partner organizations to develop the global capacity to reduce reliance on nuclear weapons, prevent their spread and ultimately end them as a threat to the world.


NTI works to advance innovative, practical ideas, solutions, and policies to reduce reliance on nuclear weapons and take concrete steps to reduce nuclear threats.


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