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Mar 25, 2009 National Review Online, "Nuclear Dealing: A proposed agreement with a crucial Middle East state deserves close scrutiny"
National Review Online publishes "Nuclear Dealing: A proposed agreement with a crucial Middle East state deserves close scrutiny."
Op-Eds & Blogs
Mar 25, 2009 Nuclear Power: How Much More?
Sharon Squassoni is a senior associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace focusing on nuclear nonproliferation and national security.
Working Papers & Monographs
Mar 04, 2009 What's to Keep Atoms for Peace in the Middle East?
Mr. Sokolski made this presentation before Nuclear Energy in the Middle East: Clearing the Legal Hurdles, a panel discussion co-hosted by the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies and the Georgetown University Institute for International Law and Politics in Washington, D.C
Presentations
Feb 11, 2009 Questions about New Nuclear Power in the Middle East
NPEC releases "Nuclear Power in Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Turkey – how cost effective?," by John Stephenson and Peter Tynan. Mr. Stephenson and Mr Tynan both of Dalberg Global Development Advisors presented the findings at a day-long workshop hosted by the NPEC and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
Feb 09, 2009 Nuclear Power in Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Turkey? How Cost Effective?
Mr. Stephenson and Mr Tynan both of Dalberg Global Development Advisors presented the findings at a day-long workshop hosted by the Nonproliferation Policy Education Center and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace on February 11, 2009
Articles
Oct 15, 2008 National Review Online, "Nuclear Cooperation with the UAE? If It Doesn't Increase Our Leverage on Iran, Is the Deal Worth It?"
This op-ed on the shortcomings of nuclear cooperation with the UAE is also available on the National Review Online website.
Op-Eds & Blogs
Sep 30, 2008 Nuclear Power in Turkey, Egypt and Saudi Arabia: How Cost-Effective?
Peter Tynan and John Stephenson presented these findings at an NPEC conference on Civil Nuclear Energy in an Unstable, Carbon-Constrained World in Prague, Czech Republic, in early 2008
Presentations
Sep 24, 2008 Atoms for Peace in the Middle East: The Technical and Regulatory Requirement (FINAL)
Dr. Acton is a lecturer at, and Dr. Bowen is the director of, the Center for Science & Security Studies at King's College London.
Working Papers & Monographs
Aug 18, 2008 On the Possible Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) Exemption for India
The letter from over 150 induvudual and organizations (including NPEC) urges the Member States of the NSG not to exempt India from NSG rules — which currently prohibit nuclear trade with India because it has neither signed the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty nor accepted full-scope International Atomic Energy Agency safeguards — unless the NSG first imposes "meaningful and common sense conditions and restrictions on nuclear trade with India" to promote nuclear nonproliferation. For news coverage, see The Hindu´s article, "Tighten Draft Waiver for India, NSG Urged" (August 16, 2008), which cites NPEC Executive Director Henry Sokolski
Official Docs & Letters
Apr 15, 2008 "Nuclear Power in Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Turkey: How Cost Effective?" (DRAFT)
This update contains an expanded narrative for the slides that Dalberg"s Peter Tynan and John Stephenson presented at NPEC"s March 2008 conference on commercial nuclear energy in an unstable, carbon-constrained world at Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty in Prague, Czech Republic.
Presentations
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