NTI’s Lynn Rusten Discusses China’s Nuclear Expansion on Arms Control Association Panel
NTI's Lynn Rusten joined Rose Gottemoeller and Gerald Brown on a panel hosted by the Arms Control Association to discuss the ways in which the U.S. can foster an effective dialogue with China on confidence building measures and nuclear risk reduction.
As leaders mark more than 50 years since the treaty entered into force in 1970, they will have to grapple with finding a way forward amid threats of new arms races and stalled efforts to prevent nuclear proliferation.
Paper Cranes, Messages of Peace Shared to Mark Anniversary of Atomic Bombings in Japan as Tokyo Olympics Close
One of the most hopeful events of the year, the summer Olympic Games in Tokyo, closed as the world marked the anniversaries of two of the darkest days in human history: the August 6 and August 9, 1945 atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
The Cranes For Our Future Campaign: Delivering a Message of Hope
The risk of nuclear disaster today is higher than it has been in years thanks to evolving and escalating risks posed by terrorists, cyber hackers, artificial intelligence, and a deteriorating arms-control architecture.