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Welcome to the Nonproliferation Portal

The Portal is a multimedia platform for expanding knowledge and fostering connections across the international nonproliferation community.

Here you can register for short courses, read texts and treaties, ask questions and have them answered by experts, and more.

Upcoming Courses

Nonproliferation and International Nuclear Safeguards in a Changing World

Mon, 06/24/2024 – Fri, 06/28/2024 In-person Safeguards Course

Brookhaven National Laboratory will be once again offering a summer course on nonproliferation and international nuclear safeguards.  The course will situate the international safeguards and the verification responsibilities of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) within the larger nonproliferation regime and present participants with critical assessments of key nonproliferation issues. The course aims to give […]

Application deadline: Mon, 03/25/2024

Lawrence Livermore Summer Safeguards Lecture Series

Mon, 07/01/2024 – Wed, 08/14/2024 Virtual Safeguards Webinar

2024 Summer Safeguards Lecture Series Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory is organizing the 2024 virtual Summer Safeguards Lecture Series, jointly with Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Sponsored by the NNSA Office of International Nuclear Safeguards, the lecture series is intended to serve as an introduction to the topic of international safeguards for U.S.-based summer students/interns and early […]

Introduction to Arms Control Course

Mon, 08/12/2024 – Fri, 08/16/2024 In-person Arms Control Training

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) is hosting a week-long course for early career participants who are interested in learning about the core technical, legal, and policy concepts associated with nuclear arms control. The course will introduce participants of diverse backgrounds to current and future challenges related to nuclear arms control, including treaty implementation, strategic stability, […]

Application deadline: Fri, 06/07/2024

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