After years of progress on nuclear security, the fourth edition of the NTI Nuclear Security Index finds that the steps countries have taken to reduce the threat of catastrophic nuclear terrorism are jeopardized by a deterioration of political stability and governance, an increase in corruption, and the expanding presence of terrorist groups around the world. The 2018 NTI Index also ...
To foster greater understanding of the complex issues around weapons of mass destruction and disruption, NTI has continuously invested in the development of educational content for professors and students. NTI also engages with university-level professors and students through in-person conferences and events, social media, and quarterly email updates.
NTI launched a seminar series in the Spring of 2018 to foster new and creative thinking on issues relating to weapons of mass destruction and disruption. This series of on-the-record discussions in Washington, DC, hosted by NTI C-chair and CEO Ernest J. Moniz features leading global security experts, authors, and industry professionals sharing their perspectives and expertise.
At a time of serious tensions between Russia and the West, a new monthly series on Russia by NTI Senior Advisor for Russia and Eurasia Robert E. Berls, Jr., PhD will examine Russia’s national interests and how the Putin regime pursues them.
The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, Global Health Council, NTI | bio, and PATH recently hosted Clade X: A Global Health Security Simulation for Congressional staff to demonstrate the need for continued support to prevent serious infectious disease threats.
NTI's Hayley Severance and Michelle Nalabandian joined government officials and experts from around the world in Geneva, Switzerland this week for the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC) 2018 Meeting of Experts on Assistance, Response and Preparedness (MX4).
The Nuclear Disarmament Resource Collection contains information and analysis of nuclear weapons disarmament proposals and progress worldwide, including detailed coverage of disarmament progress in countries who either possess or host other countries' nuclear weapons on their territories.
The Wassenaar Arrangement is an export control regime with 41 participating states that promotes transparency of national export control regimes on conventional arms and dual-use goods and technologies.