Results from an NTI survey of U.S., Russian, and European experts confirm a divergence in views in some critical areas and reveal opportunities for engagement in others. Acknowledging this divergence is a critical step in addressing the most serious crisis facing Russia and the West since the end of the Cold War.
Ernest Moniz discussed global nuclear security threats, North Korea, biosecurity and more at a seminar hosted by the East Asia Foundation, an independent Seoul-based organization dedicated to promoting peace-building policies in the region. Moniz spoke at the seminar as part of a recent trip to Singapore, the Republic of Korea and Japan.
A new report from NTI and an investigation by Bloomberg point to the growing, urgent need for policy options designed to reduce risks to our digital systems to avoid potentially catastrophic results of a nuclear cyber hack.
The submarine proliferation resource collection is designed to highlight global trends in the sale and acquisition of diesel- and nuclear-powered submarines. It is structured on a country-by-country basis, with each country profile consisting of information on capabilities, imports and exports.
The Nuclear Threat Initiative is looking for innovative new ways to use the NTI Nuclear Security Index rankings and data to improve understanding of the way nuclear materials and facilities are secured around the world and to highlight needs and spur action among governments.
The GICNT is an international partnership intended to improve international capacity for prevention, detection and response to nuclear terrorism, particularly the acquisition, transportation or utilization of nuclear and radiological materials.
CELAC is a regional bloc that aims to unite, strengthen, and promote the interests of Latin American and Caribbean states. It is a successor of the Rio Group and the 2nd Latin American and Caribbean Summit on Integration and Development (CALC).
The ISTC is an intergovernmental organization that serves as a clearinghouse for projects that engage weapons scientists, technicians, and engineers from the CIS in civilian science and technology activities.