Nuclear Threat Initiative Research Library
Established in 2001 as a private entity, and re-established as a non-profit in 2003, the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI) desires to "strengthen global security by reducing the risk of use and preventing the spread of nuclear, biological and chemical weapons, and to work to build the trust, transparency and security." Visitors will find the "Research Library" to be very thorough, as it includes sections like "Country Profiles", CNS Nonproliferation "Databases", "Inventory of International Nonproliferation Organizations and Regimes", and "NIS Nuclear Trafficking". Visitors interested in reading open source documents on issues of proliferation and delivery of nuclear, chemical and biological weapons of eight governments, such as China, India, France, Israel and Russia, can find them under the "Official Documents" link at the top of any page. Some of the documents include China's "Laws and Regulations", Russia's "State Duma" and Pakistan's "Mission to the United Nations".
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