Events


ICPS Organizes Nuclear Security Workshops

February 1, 2014

New Delhi, India

The Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies


The Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS) held workshops in February and March to discuss Indian perspectives on nuclear security issues. One outcome: A compilation of articles, entitled “Nuclear Security Summit: Prescriptions and Perspectives,” that analyzes commitments and responsibilities towards nuclear materials security from the perspective of South Asian States. 

NTI Releases 2014 Nuclear Materials Security Index

January 8, 2014

Washington, DC

Nuclear Threat Initiative


The Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI) released the 2014 NTI Nuclear Materials Security Index, a unique public assessment of nuclear materials security conditions in 176 countries, developed with the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU). Its key finding: Despite progress, the world needs an effective and accountable global system for how nuclear materials should be secured to protect against catastrophic nuclear terrorism.  

Global Nuclear Policy Leadership Networks Meet in Singapore

November 20, 2013

Singapore

Nuclear Security Project


More than 30 leaders from the NSP's regional leadership networks met in Singapore to address urgent global nuclear threats and outline key steps to reduce nuclear dangers around the world. The meeting was convened as part of a major effort to galvanize global action and build support for reducing reliance on nuclear weapons around the world.

NSP in Europe: Lack of Trust Inhibits Cooperation

September 12, 2013

Brussels, belgium

German Marshall Fund


 NSP principal Sam Nunn, former Russian Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov and ELN Chairman Des Browne discussed their report, Building Mutual Security in the Euro-Atlantic Region. Nunn, Ivanov, Browne and report co-chair Wolfgang Ischinger were in Brussels for meetings with officials from Europe, Russia and NATO about a new direction for Euro-Atlantic relations. The report calls for a new politically-mandated dialogue among the United States, Europe and Russia. The Wall Street Journal and Jane's Defence Weekly covered the event.

Less is Better: Nuclear Restraint at Low Numbers

November 27, 2012

Washington, DC

The Nuclear Security Project & The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace


NTI President Joan Rohlfing gave opening remarks at an event featuring Malcolm Chalmers of RUSI titled "Less Is Better: Nuclear Restraint at Low Numbers."