As Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin prepare to meet in Helsinki, NTI offers a host of resources on the U.S. and Russian nuclear programs and recommendations for how the presidents can and must work to prevent nuclear confrontation and pursue dialogue to reduce nuclear risks.
NTI | bio partnered with Wellcome Trust and the World Economic Forum to convene leading experts in the fields of synthetic biology, virology, genomics, bioethics, security, public health, and risk to identify and develop novel approaches to advance technical innovations to reduce biological risks associated with advances in technology.
The 50th anniversary of the NPT opening for signature should remind all nations why we have a stake in preserving, sustaining, and strengthening the NPT regime to prevent proliferation, ensure cooperation on peaceful use of nuclear energy, and end the threat posed by nuclear weapons as we ultimately move toward a world without nuclear weapons.
NTI | bio held its inaugural Global Biosecurity Dialogue this week in London, bringing together more than 60 government officials, experts, civil society leaders, and international organizations across the fields of foreign affairs, public health, defense, agriculture, and law enforcement, to identify practical solutions for strengthening biosecurity and biosafety globally.
Explore the global implications of the Trump Administration's 2018 Nuclear Posture Review through an interactive quiz, infographic, and analysis piece by Jeffrey Lewis and the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS).
NTI experts Beth Cameron and Michelle Nalabandian will join hundreds of government officials and experts from around the world next week for the 71st World Health Assembly (WHA) in Geneva, where NTI is involved in two side events that highlight the importance of health and security and the value of a Global Health Security (GHS) Index.
"President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the deal is a major setback for international cooperation, global peace building and the long-term goal of a world without nuclear weapons, articulated by leaders from Ronald Reagan to Barack Obama."