A new NTI Paper presents key findings and recommendations informed by a tabletop exercise with senior leaders in the security, public health, humanitarian, and political sectors. It advocates for urgent improvements to avoid catastrophic consequences of deliberate and other high-consequence biological events.
NTI | bio experts joined government officials and experts from around the world in Geneva at the 72nd World Health Assembly (WHA), where NTI co-organized a side event on preventing future high-consequence biological events.
A new video produced for NTI by the Center for Nonproliferation Studies highlights the national security benefits of the 2011 New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (New START) and the importance of extending the treaty beyond its 2021 expiration date.
NTI’s biosecurity program (NTI | bio) convened more than 80 senior officials from 43 countries, international organizations, and non-governmental sectors from May 7-9 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the second Global Biosecurity Dialogue.
NTI Senior Director Andrew Newman chaired a side event at the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Preparatory Committee Meeting to discuss the practical activities of the International Partnership for Nuclear Disarmament Verification.
North Korea is in the headlines again after conducting new tests of its rocket launch systems and short-range ballistic missiles. Get up-to-date on North Korea’s capabilities with NTI’s collection of resources.
Statement signed by NTI Co-Chair and CEO Ernest J. Moniz, Co-Chair Sam Nunn, NTI Board Member Admiral Michael Mullen (USN, ret.), former Secretary of Defense William Perry, and former Secretary of State George Shultz
In an interview produced for NTI's Board of Directors meeting, former President Carter recommended a “step-by-step process” for negotiations that could lead to a complete prohibition on nuclear weapons in the country and a peace guarantee from the United States.