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Jan 03, 2012 Sir Michael Quinlan's Nuclear Nonproliferation Insights
NPEC's Executive Director Henry Sokolski wrote this chapter commemorating Sir Michael Quinlan's three major insights into the link between nuclear power and nuclear weapons proliferation as part of Thinking About Strategy, A Tribute to Sir Michael Quinlan.
Articles
Dec 16, 2011 NPEC's Tribute to Dr. Fred Ikle (1924-2011) Shared at his Memorial Service
NPEC's tribute to Dr. Fred Inkle (1924-2011) was shared at his Washington D.C. memorial service.
Testimony & Transcripts
Nov 28, 2011 Newsweek Showcases NPEC's Take on Nuclear Power and Proliferation
In Newsweek, NPEC Executive Director describes how the market for nuclear power is changing after the Fukushima nuclear accident.
Articles
Nov 21, 2011 Victor Gilinsky Provides a Summary of NPEC and the Legatum Institute's London Conference
Victor Gilinsky provides a summary of the five different panels and panelist presentations for the London conference cohosted by NPEC and the Legatum Institute titled, "Reassessing Nuclear Nonproliferation's Key Premises."
Working Papers & Monographs
Nov 21, 2011 Patrick Roberts's Presentation on the Ability of the IAEA to Safeguard Nuclear Materials if Nuclear Power Expands
On Nov 21, 2011, Virginia Tech Professor Patrick Roberts conducted a presentation in London entitled "Scaling Up Safeguards: How Well will the IAEA Be Able to Safeguard Nuclear Materials in More States."
Presentations
Nov 21, 2011 Dr. Steve Lukasik Outlines the Feasibility of Using Worms for Cyber Counter-Proliferation
In the wake of Stuxnet, Dr. Lukasik examines the feasibility of the use of cyber worms to intervene in the control of a state’s nuclear weapons production facilities. He states that Stuxnet was an effective demonstration of the use of malware technology to access foreign computers that control the enrichment process. However, since Stuxnet spread too far too fast instead of staying hidden and doing its work over a period of years, its impact was limited to the destruction of some thousand Iranian centrifuges.
Working Papers & Monographs
Nov 09, 2011 Nuclear Power and the Bomb: What's the Link?
Victor Gilinsky, former commissioner of the NRC prepared this for a conference in London co-hosted by NPEC and the Legatum Institute.
Working Papers & Monographs
Oct 28, 2011 Henry Sokolski & Autumn Hanna: The Next Solyndra: Riskier and Radioactive
NPEC executive director Henry Sokolski and Taxpayers for Common Sense's Autumn Hanna draw comparisons between the failed solar company Solyndra and uranium enrichment company USEC. Solyndra, a federal loan guarantee recipient, has already gone bankrupt, and USEC will certainly follow a similar path of wasting taxpayer resources if the government approves a loan guarantee for them.
Op-Eds & Blogs
Oct 20, 2011 Frank Gaffney Interviews Henry Sokolski on the US's Policy Towards Iran
On the Frank Gaffney Show on Secure Freedom Radio, Henry Sokolski shows U.S. policy on Iran to be increasingly irrelevant. With the debate about Iran coming down to the difference between being two and eight months away from a bomb, Iran and its neighbors will begin to behave as if the nuke factor is now de facto.
Interviews; Audio & Video
Oct 07, 2011 Slide Presentation given at SMU on the Next Arms Race
NPEC Executive Director, Henry Sokolski gave this presentation before a conference at Southern Methodist University on Oct. 4th.
Presentations
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