Global Partnership
Nonproliferation and Strategic Trade Hub

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Global Partnership
Nonproliferation and Strategic Trade Hub

Click to use this searchable database for resources - articles, reports, treaties, best practices, and more - on nonproliferation and strategic trade.

The Hub fills a critical resource gap by helping governments and other stakeholders locate resources easily and efficiently and facilitate its application to the implementation of effective nonproliferation and strategic trade activities, from policymaking, to research, to industry export control compliance, and more.

The STRI team carefully reviews and selects Hub resources in order to help the broad spectrum of nonproliferation stakeholders be connected to information and resources that can help them make an impact.

The Hub is supported by the United Kingdom’s Counter-proliferation and Arms Control Center (CPACC), with technical and IT support provided by United States Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL).

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The Global Partnership Against the Spread of Weapons and Materials of Mass Destruction (the Global Partnership) is a G7-led, 31-member international initiative aimed at preventing the proliferation of chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) weapons and related materials.

The Global Partnership Against the Spread of Weapons and Materials of Mass Destruction was created to address and mitigate these threats. More than two decades since its establishment at the 2002 Kananaskis Summit, the G7-led Global Partnership (GP) has proven itself to be the primary international WMD threat reduction mechanism.

Thanks to the contributions of participating members, the Global Partnership continues to make tangible contributions to international security through specific cooperation projects to prevent the proliferation of CBRN weapons and related materials. Learn more about the GP here.