Resources

For a list of countries and their initiative memberships, click here.

Global Initiative to Combat Nuclear Terrorism (GICNT)

 

For more information about the GICNT see:

 

Global Initiative to Combat Nuclear Terrorism (official website)

 

Global Initiative to Combat Nuclear Terrorism Past Events

 

For additional background and recommendations for the GICNT, see:

 

Tytti Erasto and Jonathan Herbach, “Ten Year of the Global Initiative to Combat Nuclear Terrorism: Strengths, Challenges and the Way Forward,” SaferGlobe and the Centre for Conflict and Security Law, June 2016.

 

The GICNT is one of the five successor organizations for the Nuclear Security Summits. To view its action plan see:

 

“Action Plan in Support of the Global Initiative to Combat Nuclear Terrorism,” Nuclear Security Summit 2016, April 2106.

Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR)

 

For additional information about the MTCR see:

 

Missile Technology Control Regime (official website)

 

“Missile Technology Control Regime at a Glance,” Arms Control Association Factsheet, August 2016.

 

For additional background and recommendations see:

 

Waheguru Pal Singh Sidhu, “Looking Back: The Missile Technology Control Regime,” Arms Control Today, April 2007.

 

Aaron Karp, “Stemming the Spread of Missiles: Hits, Misses, and Hard Cases,” Arms Control Today, April 2013.

Proliferation Security Initiative (PSI)

 

For additional information about the PSI see:

 

Proliferation Security Initiative (official website)

 

“The Proliferation Security Initiative at a Glance,” Arms Control Association Factsheet, October 2016.

 

For additional background and recommendations for PSI see:

 

Susan J. Koch, “Proliferation Security Initiative: Origins and Evolution,” Center for the Study of Weapons of Mass Destruction Occasional Paper, No. 9, National Defense University, June 2012.

 

Aaron Dunne, “The Proliferation Security Initiative: Legal Considerations and Operational Realities,” SIPRI Policy Paper no. 36, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, May 2013.

Nuclear Suppliers Group

 

For additional information on the NSG see:

 

Nuclear Suppliers Group (official website)

 

“The Nuclear Suppliers Group at a Glance,” Arms Control Association Factsheet, October 2012.

 

For additional background and recommendations on the NSG see:

 

Mark Hibbs, “Toward a Nuclear Suppliers Group Policy for States Not Party to the NPT,” Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, February 2016.

 

Mark Hibbs, “The Future of the Nuclear Suppliers Group,” Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 2011.

G7 Global Partnership Against the Spread of Weapons of Mass Destruction

 

The Global Partnership does not have its own website. For more information on the Global Partnership and its activities see:

 

“G8 Global Partnership Expansion and Extension,” Canadian Centre for Treaty Compliance, Carleton University, March 2010.

 

“Global Partnership Against the Spread of Weapons of Mass Destruction: President’s Report for 2013,” United Kingdom Foreign and Commonwealth Office, December 2013.

 

The Global Partnership is one of the five successor organizations for the Nuclear Security Summits. To view its action plan see:

 

“Action Plan in Support of the Global Partnership Against the Spread of Weapons and Materials of Mass Destruction,” Nuclear Security Summit 2016, April 2106.