The publications included below—studies, speeches, op-eds and other analysis—advance the mission of the Nuclear Security Project. Many of the reports and studies have been produced by NSP project partners. In most cases, the work was funded by the Nuclear Threat Initiative as part of the NSP or by the Hoover Institution.

  Author (first or last name) Sponsoring Organization
From Date Till Date Keywords

Innovating Verification

July 16, 2014

Nuclear Threat Initiative

Corey Hinderstein, Andrew Newman, Kelsey Hartigan


The Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI) released a new report series, Innovating Verification: New Tools & New Actors to Reduce Nuclear Risks. The report outlines steps to increase nuclear security and enable future arms reductions.

The High International Stake in the Iran Nuclear Talks

May 1, 2014


Mark Fitzpatrick


Twelfth policy brief (PDF) in a series published jointly by the Asia Pacific Leadership Network for Non-proliferation and Disarmament (APLN) and Centre for Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament (CNND).

Statement Released by ELN Outlines Steps for 2015 NPT Review Conference

May 1, 2014



 London – A statement released by the European Leadership Network (50 European politicians, military figures and diplomats) calls for greater efforts to strengthen the global nuclear non-proliferation regime and outlines proposals in advance of the 2015 review conference. Among them: Russia, the US and the UK should issue a joint statement with the UN Secretary-General confirming they will work toward a conference on a WMD Free Zone in the Middle East.

How to deal with Russia without reigniting a full-fledged Cold War psychology

March 28, 2014

The Washington Post

George P. Shultz and Sam Nunn


Former Secretary of State George P. Shultz and former Senator Sam Nunn publish an op-ed on how to deal with Russia in the crisis over Ukraine. They highlight key areas of common interest where cooperation remains vital.

ELN Members Work Together on Nuclear Material Security Warning

March 21, 2014


Paul Quilès, Sir Malcolm Rifkind MP, Des Browne, Bernard Norlain, Hervé Morin


London – In an op-ed, five former high-level defense officials highlight their concern that 85 percent of weapons-usable nuclear materials exists outside international mechanisms for oversight. These members of the European Leadership Network (ELN) point out the lack of an international system for monitoring the security of these stockpiles and urge world leaders at the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit to build an effective nuclear security system that covers all materials, including those under military control.