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NPEC's Executive Director Presents "Informing Nonproliferation with Intelligence: Three Problems" at Hinckley Institute of Politics

On January 23, 2017, NPEC's executive director Henry Sokolski gave a presentation at the Hinckley Institute of Politics at the University of Utah on NPEC's latest findings from a two-year NPEC project, "Speaking Truth to Nonproliferation." 

Jan 23, 2017
AUTHOR: Henry Sokolski
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Informing Nonproliferation with Intelligence: Three Problems

Presentation by Henry Sokolski

January 23, 2017

12:00 - 1:00 pm 

Hinckley Institute of Politics, University of Utah 

 

 

This presentation features a summary of NPEC's latest findings from a two-year NPEC project, "Speaking Truth to Nonproliferation." This effort engaged over 50 senior retired and serving policymakers and intelligence officials and top academic national security analysts at a series of meetings. These gatherings focused on several historical cases to help evaluate how collaboration between U.S. nuclear nonproliferation intelligence officials and policymakers might be improved.

With President Trump on record against even "some" proliferation, what can be done to encourage early, appropriate interventions to block potential, new proliferation developments before risky military or covert operations might be required? How might nuclear nonproliferation policy planning and guidance be improved to make such timely interventions more likely? How can the nonproliferation agenda get the priority it deserves?

 

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