Rosenblum Joins Scoville Fellowship Board
Deboarah Rosenblum, NTI's executive vice president has joined the board of directors of the Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship, a highly-competitive national fellowship program that provides recent college graduates with the opportunity to work at leading organizations focusing on peace and security in Washington, DC.
Scoville Fellows serve as full-time staff members at the participating organization of their choice. The fellowship also arranges for mentorship and networking opportunities throughout the year-long fellowship term.
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NTI Resources on the War in Ukraine
As the war in Ukraine continues, destroying cities and causing the worst humanitarian crisis in Europe in a generation, NTI’s policy experts are fanning out across the news media to discuss the implications of Putin’s actions
NTI Statement and FAQ Regarding NTI-Munich Security Conference 2021 Tabletop Exercise on Reducing High-Consequence Biological Threats
Following the recent detection of monkeypox cases across multiple countries, NTI’s report on the exercise has appeared in a number social media outlets, noting that the associated fictional scenario featured a monkeypox outbreak with a start date that roughly coincides with the current, ongoing outbreak.
Statement from Ernest J. Moniz, Sam Nunn, and Joan Rohlfing on Ceasing Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine
"President Putin’s implicit threat of nuclear weapons to deter outside interference with his invasion of Ukraine is very dangerous and increases the risks of catastrophic mistakes."