Technology for Global Security: Nuclear Security Grand Challenge An article that describes the launch event of the Technology for Global Security's (T4GS) one-year Nuclear Security Grand Challenge. T4GS is a non-profit, non-partisan network dedicated to building platforms and partnerships to bring game-changing applications of technology to global security. The Nuclear Security Grand Challenge is a competition to design the world's best system for countries to confidentially verify that their nuclear weapons and materials are secure at all times.
NTI Nuclear Security Index The 2016 NTI Index is a unique public assessment of global nuclear security conditions, prepared with the Economist Intelligence Unit. It includes high-level results, a print report, and an Excel model with complete data.
"IŞİD'in kimyasalları Türkiye'ye de tehdit" News article by Tolga Tanış in the Turkish newspaper, Hürriyet (Turkish-language original), on ISIL's chemical weapon and dirty bomb capacity, 13 March 2016. Tolga Tanış is Hürriyet's correspondent in Washington, D.C.
More Nuclear Security Summit Resources from NTI 2016 NTI Nuclear Security Index reports are now available in Chinese, Spanish, Russian and Arabic. NTI experts are available to the media to address nuclear security, the dirty bomb threat, expectations for the Summit and the need for ongoing action. Reports on the military materials gap, minimizing or eliminating highly enriched uranium (HEU), and regional HEU-free zones offer deeper dives into the issues.
NTI events leading up to the Summit include a panel on nuclear security and the Middle East and a discussion of the latest estimates of national inventories of plutonium and HEU from the Institute for Science and International Security.
NTI Dialogue Identifies US-Russia Cooperation An NTI team travelled to Moscow for a high-level dialogue on nuclear cooperation between the US and Russia, co-sponsored by NTI and the Russian Center for Energy and Security Studies (CENESS). US and Russian experts identified opportunities for collaboration when the time is right.
Reading List on Nuclear Security Resources for journalists participating in The Rotterdam Nuclear Security Workshop for International Journalists, February 29th – 1st March 2016, Rotterdam, the Netherlands