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Jun 16, 2019 Commercial Space: Space Controls and the Invisible Hand
This article reviewed three major projections of the global space industry by Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, and Bank of America Merrill Lynch and extracted the trands that would significantly impact the design of both the domestic and international space traffic management (STM) schemes. If found that, in the next two decades, the United States will have the largest market share in practically every space industrial sector. It suggests how the United States, as well as the West, can use its market power to incentivize Russia and Chinna to fall in line with a STM that provides peace and prosperity to all. It also proposed five measures as building blocks for developing standards, practices, regulations and laws for such STM.
Working Papers & Monographs
Nov 07, 2018 November 7 Workshop - Preventing a Nuclear-Armed South Korea
On November 7, 2018, NPEC hosted an afternoon workshop on "Preventing a Nuclear-Armed South Korea." The workshop featured presentations by Lt. Gen. Chip Gregson of Avascent Global Advisors; Col. David Maxwell of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies; Thomas Callendar of the Heritage Foundation; James Campbell of the U.S. Navy; Marina Hague of the U.S. Department of Commerce; Bruce Klingner of the Heritage Foundation; and Shane Smith of the National Defense University. 
Presentations; Audio & Video
Aug 31, 2018 Hill, Japanese Legislators Urge Pompeo to Cut Plutonium Stocks Without Recycling
In August 2018, members of the U.S. Congress and the Japanese Diet wrote letters to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. These letters urged him to cooperate with Tokyo to reduce Japan's surplus plutonium and encourage South Korea and China to defer recycling plutonium.
Official Docs & Letters
Jun 28, 2018 Make US-Japanese Nuclear Cooperation Stable Again: End Reprocessing
NPEC's Executive Director and Program Advisor publish a new op-ed in the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, "Make US-Japanese Nuclear Cooperation Stable Again: End Reprocessing."
Op-Eds & Blogs
May 09, 2018 South Korean Nuclear Cooperative Agreements with Middle Eastern States
Below are nuclear cooperative agreements South Korea has reached with Saudi Arabia, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, and Jordan. The Saudi agreement was secured from the South Korean government; the others were graciously supplied from the personal files of Sharon Squassoni, Professor at George Washington University.
Apr 10, 2018 Want Nuclear Controls on Riyadh? Start with Seoul
NPEC's Executive Director and Program Advisor publish a new piece in the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, "Facing reality in the US-Saudi nuclear agreement: South Korea," explaining a new reason why it is dangerous to cut a permissive civil nuclear cooperative agreement with Saudi Arabia that does not require Saudi Arabia to forswear enriching uranium or recycling spent reactor fuel.
Op-Eds & Blogs
Mar 10, 2018 Tracking Emerging Asian Nuclear Weapons Doctrines - Presentations & Papers
As part of NPEC's project, "Tracking Emerging Asian Nuclear Weapons Doctrines," experts were commissioned to study the impact of Russian nuclear military doctrine on the doctrines of China and India. Below are presentations on the preliminary findings of this research.
Presentations
Mar 10, 2018 China and Taiwan Energy Analyses - Presentations & Papers
As a part of NPEC's project, "40 Years Hence: Implementing Title V of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Act of 1978," experts were commissioned to assess the economic and environmental efficacy of alternatives to introducing or expanding nuclear power in a number of developing countries. Below are the energy studies on China and Taiwan. Studies on Saudi Arabia and Iran, as well as analyses of U.S. energy cooperation spending and the feasability of an Energy Peace Corps, program called for in Section 502 of Title V, are also available.
Presentations
Nov 07, 2017 Former Bush Officials Back East Asia Plutonium Production Pause
NPEC recently asked some of the most senior Bush 41 and Bush 43 nuclear security officials to endorse the 2017 Joint Statement of the International Conference on Japan's Plutonium Policy. That statement called for Japan to indefinitely postpone Rokkasho's startup and for South Korea and China to suspend their plans to separate plutonium as well. 
Official Docs & Letters
Nov 06, 2017 How to Handle South Korea's Missile Ambitions
NPEC's Executive Director and Wohlstetter Public Affairs Fellow publish a new piece in Foreign Affairs, "How to Handle South Korea's Missile Ambitions."
Op-Eds & Blogs
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