• 2014 Nuclear Security Summit: Significant Progress But More to Do

    What was significant about the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit? See NTI’s overview & the work ahead for 2016.

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  • Nunn Calls on Leaders to Strengthen Global Nuclear Security

    The 2014 NTI Index, developed with the Economist Intelligence Unit, highlights positive trends and dangerous gaps as world leaders prepare for the Nuclear Security Summit in March.

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  • Nuclear Terrorism: True Stories

    Terrorists are seeking nuclear weapons. The hardest step?  Getting nuclear materials. This short video describes three real-world nuclear security breaches and the steps to prevent terrorists from getting a nuclear weapon.

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  • Cleanout: Eliminating Weapons-Usable Materials

    Seven states—Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Mexico, Sweden, Ukraine, and Vietnam—have removed all or most of the stocks of weapons-usable nuclear materials from their territories since the 2012 NTI Index was released, showing important progress in reducing nuclear threats.

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  • Assurance, Accountability, and Action to Secure Nuclear Materials

    The lack of an effective global system for securing weapons-usable nuclear materials is a major challenge in the effort to better secure some of the world’s most dangerous materials and prevent nuclear terrorism.  

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Securing weapons-usable nuclear materials is vital to preventing nuclear terrorism
Global nuclear security is only as strong as the weakest link in the chain. Today's threats are dynamic. The need for action is clear. The NTI Index helps spark international discussion about priorities to strengthen security and encourages governments to act.

2014 NTI Index

The 2014 NTI Index is a unique public assessment of global nuclear materials security conditions, prepared with the Economist Intelligence Unit.

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