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A Conversation with Lynette Moyo, Inaugural Recipient of the GCNP: Next in Nuclear Fellowship
NTI’s Lynn Rusten on the Costly and Potentially Destabilizing Recommendations in the 2023 Strategic Posture Commission Report
Mushroom Clouds That Never Vanished: The Fight to Secure Compensation for Nuclear Test Victims
Dr. James Johnson on How AI is Transforming Nuclear Deterrence
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China’s Nuclear Expansion and Implications for U.S. and Global Security
Amid uncertainty around China’s expanding nuclear program and silence from Beijing about the intent behind the build-up, a new report offers details about China’s nuclear program that suggest significant implications for U.S. and global security.
Reflections on My First Visit to Hiroshima
"Visiting Hiroshima imparted to me a deep sense of responsibility as well as a renewed energy to work towards a world without nuclear weapons," writes Program Officer Ananya Agustin Malhotra.
NTI Seminar: Dr. Mariana Budjeryn on the Collapse of the USSR and the Disarmament of Ukraine
During an NTI seminar Dr. Mariana Budjeryn, Senior Research Associate at the Harvard Kennedy School's Belfer Center's Project on Managing the Atom, shared key insights from her new book, Inheriting the Bomb: The Collapse of the Soviet Union and the Nuclear Disarmament of Ukraine.
Engaging Young People on Building a Safer World: A New Nuclear Weapons Syllabus
In 2020, the International Committee of the Red Cross commissioned a study of more than 16,000 young adults across 16 countries, some of which were impacted by war and some of which were at peace. The study asked the millennials who participated to rank a dozen global issues, from health care and global warming to corruption and war, according to which ones they believed were the most important.
South Korea’s National Security Debate Goes Nuclear
When it comes to nuclear weapons and the Korean Peninsula, nearly all the attention goes to North Korea, but a public debate is heating up south of the demilitarized zone, with some officials in South Korea asking: Should Seoul pursue a nuclear weapons program, too?
Get to Know NTI: Scott Roecker on securing nuclear materials and facilities, working with Russia, and embracing his alter ego, DJ Roko
Scott Roecker, vice president of the Nuclear Materials Security team, sat down with NTI's Mary Fulham for the latest in Atomic Pulse's "Get to Know NTI" series.
NTI Seminar: Dr. Vincent Intondi on Lessons from the 1982 Disarmament Rally
How did the June 12, 1982 Disarmament Rally come to be? What is its legacy? And what lessons can we learn from it that will help bring us closer to nuclear disarmament in today’s complex world?
Whither New START: Implications of Russia’s Suspension of the Last Remaining U.S.-Russia Arms Control Treaty
Putin’s announcement is a significant blow to the last remaining strategic arms control agreement between the world’s two largest nuclear powers and to the fraying Euro-Atlantic security architecture more broadly.
Horizon 2045: Nuclear Weapons and Systems Thinking
Learn about systems thinking, a powerful tool that the Horizon 2045 team is using to untangle the threads of the nuclear web and pinpoint areas where efforts to change the status quo system will be most effective.
Celebrating the History of Nuclear Safeguards and Imagining The Future
NTI played a prominent role in this year’s IAEA Symposium on International Safeguards. Learn more about our what our experts were up to through this photo blog.