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Oct 30, 2008 How Much More Bomb Uranium Will Russia Blend Down?
Mr. Zarate is a research fellow at the Nonproliferation Policy Education Center. His essay essay looks at the future of Russian high enriched uranium downblending and Russian low enriched uranium sales to the United States in the wake of the so-called "Domenici Amendment" (September 30, 2008), a recent law sponsored by Sen. Pete Domenici (R-NM) that, among other things, creates new commercial incentives for Russian keep downblending HEU after 2013.
Working Papers & Monographs
Jun 11, 2008 The U.S.-Russia Nuclear Cooperation Agreement: The Case for Conditioning
At the hearing, Mr. Sokolski submitted for the record "The Next Phase of U.S.-Russia Civil Nuclear Relations: Opportunities Risks and Choices" (revised June 12, 2008), a background paper by NPEC research fellow Robert Zarate and Mr. Sokolski on impending changes and challenges to the bilateral nuclear parternship.
Testimony & Transcripts
Jun 11, 2008 Overview of The Next Phase of U.S.-Russian Civil Nuclear Relations: Opportunities, Risks and Choices (Updated August 1, 2008)
Mr. Sokolski, NPEC's Executive Director, entered into the record a version of this overview essay during his testimony before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs' June 12th hearing on the U.S.-Russian civil nuclear cooperation agreement.
Working Papers & Monographs
Mar 25, 2008 Nuclear Triggers and Safety Catches, the FSU and the FSRs (1992)
Courtesy of the private papers of Henry Sokolski, this previously unpublished note is also available on Albert Wohlstetter Dot Com, the website for NPEC's project to highlight the continuing relevance of Albert and Roberta Wohlstetter's work
Working Papers & Monographs
Jan 31, 2008 National Review Online, "Bad Business: Civilian Nuclear Cooperation with Moscow."
This op-ed on civilian nuclear cooperation with Russia is also available on NRO's website
Op-Eds & Blogs
Jun 10, 2003 U.S.-Russian Cooperation in Space: Its Tensions With Nonproliferation
Testimony of the Nonproliferation Policy Education Center Executive Director, Henry Sokolski, presented before The House Committee on Science, Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics.
Testimony & Transcripts
Sep 12, 2002 Reducing Strategic Weapons Threats with Russia: Three Shortcomings
Testimony of the Nonproliferation Policy Education Center Executive Director, Henry Sokolski, presented before The Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
Testimony & Transcripts
Jun 10, 2002 The Weekly Standard, "A Pox on both our Houses: Moscow and Washington are Playing with Nuclear Matches"
Henry Sokolski details the shortcomings and inconsistencies regarding the U.S. nuclear policies towards North Korea, Iran, and Russia, published by The Weekly Standard.
Op-Eds & Blogs
Nov 18, 2001 Beyond Nunn-Lugar: Curbing the Next Wave of Weapons Proliferation Threats from Russia
Jul 13, 1999 "Bringing Our Campaign Against Russian-Iranian Rocket Cooperation Back To Earth"
Henry Sokolski's testimony presented before the U.S. House Committee on Science, Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics. At a hearing on H.R. 1883, Iran Nonprolifearation Act of 1999.
Testimony & Transcripts
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