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Nov 12, 2009 Analysis of Latest IAEA Iran Report: Tehran Poised to Breakout in 2010?
Reuters reported on November 12th that Iran has 1,700 to 1,800 kilograms of low enriched uranium (LEU) – enough to make one to two bombs, and the IAEA released a report on November 16th in the wake of its inspection of Iran's new enrichment facility. In fact, as nuclear analyst Greg Jones explains in a technical bulletin, Iran might not be able to make any bombs or could possibly make as many as two with this amount of material and could have the potential "breakout" capacity to build a weapon as early as 2010.
Working Papers & Monographs
Oct 27, 2009 Forbes, "Sanction Iran Now."
In an op-ed published in Forbes, "Sanction Iran Now", NPEC's Executive Director calls on the Obama administration to push for immediate sanctions on Iran until it suspends its fuelmaking activities and opens up to intrusive international inspections.
Op-Eds & Blogs
Oct 11, 2009 NPEC releases Detailed Analysis on Fueling Tehran's Research Reactor
NPEC releases new technical analysis of how Iran might exploit the October 1, 2009 offer of 19.75 fuel to make a bomb, in a new paper by Gregory Jones: "Fueling Tehran's Research Reactor", which complements his earlier analysis from September 15th which examined how quickly Iran could build up its stockpile with a secret enrichment facility: "Iran's Centrifuge Enrichment Program as a Source Of Fissile Material for Nuclear Weapons".
Working Papers & Monographs
Oct 08, 2009 National Review Online, "Fueling Around with Iran and the Bomb."
In "Fueling Around with Iran and the Bomb," NPEC's Executive Director Henry Sokolski provides insight into the potential outcomes of the October 19, 2009 nuclear talks in Vienna.
Op-Eds & Blogs
Oct 02, 2009 National Review Online, "Blinking on Iran."
In Blinking on Iran, NPEC's Executive Director Henry Sokolski, discusses the issues and implications of the recent nuclear fuel concessions for Iran.  
Op-Eds & Blogs
Aug 13, 2009 Imagining Alternative Ethnic Futures for Pakistan
An Article for NPEC's book Pakistan's Nuclear Future: Reining in the Risks.
Jul 30, 2009 The Washington Times, "UAE Nuclear Deal - Atoms for Peace or Bombs for Sneaks?"
Henry Sokolski details the shortcomings of the U.S.-UAE civilian nuclear cooperation agreement submitted to Congress.
Op-Eds & Blogs
Jul 01, 2009 Key Determinates of Nuclear Developments in the Middle East
Prepared for NPEC by Richard L. Russell, a Professor of National Security Affairs at the National Defense University’s Near East and South Asia Center for Strategic Studies and Adjunct Professor of Security Studies at Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service.
Working Papers & Monographs
Jun 29, 2009 Presentation on Iran before the JUF of Chicago
A video of Henry Sokolski speaking before the JUF of Chicago on how soon Iran will get the bomb and the threat it will represent.
Audio & Video
Jun 24, 2009 How Not to Restrain Iran's Nuclear Weapons Ambitions
National Review publishes "How Not to Restrain Iran: The 'Realist' Case for Allowing Tehran to Make Nuclear Fuel is Anything but Realistic" by NPEC Executive Director Henry Sokolski.
Op-Eds & Blogs
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