Vice Chair, NTI
NTI's new annual report highlights our work in 2013 and 2014 on reducing nuclear and biological threats. The report also lists grants that NTI awarded in 2013, along with 2013 financials. NTI Co-chairmen Sam Nunn and Ted Turner write in their letter, "It has been a challenging time for the risk reduction agenda. We saw renewed global attention and progress on reducing the nuclear threat as a result of the third Nuclear Security Summit in the Netherlands, but we also saw serious setbacks to crucial cooperation between the United States, Europe and Russia because of the troubling and dangerous developments in eastern Ukraine. These developments, however, underscore the importance of our mission and inspire us to keep working."
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