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  • Careers in Arms Control Transparency and Verification Careers in Arms Control Transparency and Verification Department of State's Key Verification Assets Fund (V-Fund) sponsored this NPWG-produced video
  • CTBTO Publications CTBTO Publications Preparatory commission for the comprehensive nuclear-test-ban treaty organization.
  • National Security Archive National Security Archive Of George Washington University
  • IAEA Publications IAEA Publications Technical publications include international safety standards, technical guides, conference proceedings and scientific reports
  • James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies Combating the spread of weapons of mass destruction with training and analysis
  • NTI Nuclear Materials Security Index NTI Nuclear Materials Security Index A public assessment of nuclear materials security conditions around the world.
  • Nuclear Safeguards Education Portal Nuclear Safeguards Education Portal For those with interest in nuclear safeguards and the security of nuclear materials.
  • Nuclear Threat Initiative Tutorials Nuclear Threat Initiative Tutorials Interactive tutorials to help understand complex issues.
  • NuclearConnect NuclearConnect Offers teaching materials for educators and activities for students
  • NukeMap 3D NukeMap 3D Choose Ground Zero and detonate a Nuclear Bomb
  • Nuclear Matters Handbook Nuclear Matters Handbook For those who seek to understand the American nuclear program in its entirety
  • Nuclear Security Budgets Nuclear Security Budgets This interactive tool helps demystify USG spending on reducing nuclear, biological and chemical threats outside the United States.
  • Time Lapse Map Time Lapse Map Japanese artist Isao Hashimoto has created a beautiful, undeniably scary time-lapse map of the 2053 nuclear explosions which have taken place between 1945 and 1998.
  • Ukranian Crisis Timeline Ukranian Crisis Timeline Details developments beginning March 6th, incorporating both political and economic developments and their relation to U.S. foreign policy.

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