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Mar 09, 2017 North Korea: Getting Beyond Tactical (Weapons) Measures
In this op-ed, featured in The Wall Street Journal, NPEC's Executive Director examines the merits of deploying tactical nuclear weapons. After dialogue and sanctions proved unable to rein in North Korea's nuclear and missile programs, tactical nukes may sound prudent to American ears. But South Korean officials this week made it clear that they are anything but eager to see these weapons redeployed. The U.S. would be foolish to ignore their concerns. Redeployment would be a huge mistake. 
Op-Eds & Blogs
Feb 24, 2017 NPEC's Executive Director signs Japanese Plutonium Policy Joint Statement
NPEC's Executive Director signs Japanese Plutonium Policy (PuPo) Joint Statement at the 2017 International Conference on the U.S.-Japan Nuclear Cooperation Agreement and Japan's Plutonium Policy Conference.
Aug 26, 2016 How Dark Might East Asia's Nuclear Future Be? (Working Paper 1601)
NPEC Working Paper 1601, “How Dark Might East Asia’s Nuclear Future Be?” contains detailed projections of what the future holds for a more nuclear-armed China, Japan, North Korea and South Korea. None are predictions. The volume’s purpose is to encourage deeper debate about the security implications of nuclear proliferation in East Asia.
Working Papers & Monographs
Aug 24, 2016 John Batchelor Show Interview on East Asian Commercial Plutonium Production
John Batchelor and Gordon Chang interview NPEC's Executive Director on the need to push for a pause on East Asia's commercial plutonium production. 
Interviews; Audio & Video
Jul 11, 2016 NPEC's Executive Director Joins Foreign Policy Initiative and Arms Control Association's "Worth Deferring: A Sino-Japanese Plutonium Production Race" Panel
On July 11, 2016 the Foreign Policy Initiative and Arms Control Association hosted "Worth Deferring: A Sino-Japanese Plutonium Production Race."
Audio & Video
Jun 10, 2016 Letter to President Regarding the Production of Fissile Material in East Asia
Letter to the President from Congressmen Brad Sherman, Jeff Fortenberry, and Adam Schiff regarding the dangers of reprocessing in East Asia. The letter references an earlier letter to Department of Energy Secretary Moniz regarding U.S. efforts to forego the fabrication of plutonium fuel from decommissioned nuclear weapons, available here.
Official Docs & Letters
May 08, 2016 Japan and South Korea May Soon Go Nuclear
NPEC Executive Director co-authors piece in The Wall Street Journal detailing rising plutonim stockpiles in East Asia in "Japan and South Korea May Soon Go Nuclear"
Op-Eds & Blogs
May 04, 2016 East Asian Nuclerarization: Is Trump Wrong?
Presentation given by Dr. Matthew McKinzie on April 25th at the NPEC hosted dinner seminar "East Asian Nuclearization: Is Trump Wrong?"  
Presentations
Mar 10, 2016 NPEC Hosts Two East Asia Public Lunch Hill Forums
NPEC hosted two East Asia Public Lunch Hill Forums, the first, "US - Japanese Nuclear Cooperation and the Problem of Plutonium," on March 22, 2016 and the other, "The Coming Plutonium Buildup in East Asia: Why America Should Worry," on March 30th.
Audio & Video
Feb 19, 2016 6 Months to Produce Fissile Materials, 6-9 Months to Develop a Detonation Device...South Korea Could Arm Itself With a Nuclear Weapon in 1.5 Years
Translation of a Korean only Chosun Ilbo article about how South Korea could arm itself with a nuclear weapon in 1.5 years.
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