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Nov 19, 2009 Washington Times, "From Russia with Disdain."
NPEC's executive director opinion/analysis peice on  in The The Washington Times . Read the Russian Foreign Ministry dispute NPEC's findings about Moscow's involvement in Iran's nuclear program here.
Op-Eds & Blogs
Sep 25, 2009 National Journal, "Obama's Missile Defense Plan: Smart or Surrender?"
In the aftermath of Mr. Obama's decision to terminate the radar and 10 interceptor deployments in Poland NPEC's executive director tackles the question of whether he has caved to Russia for a less than optimal system in an expert blog entry written for the National Journal's national security blog.
Op-Eds & Blogs
Sep 23, 2009 National Review Online, "Obama's Misguided Nuclear Triad: There are far better plans for arms control than the one Obama is pushing."
The National Review Online publishes an op-ed by NPEC's executive director "Obama's Misguided Nuclear Triad" on the president's draft resolution that he will submit September 24th at the UNSC summit on nuclear nonprolifeation and disarmament.
Op-Eds & Blogs
Sep 07, 2009 House Republican National Security Leadership Outline START Concerns
A letter from the ranking Republican members of the House Armed Services and Foreign Affairs Committees to President Obama highlights some of the dangers of deeper nuclear weapons reductions in the START follow on, including NPEC's observation that truly deep cuts might prompt China and others to increase their nuclear deployments to reach parity with the U.S.
Official Docs & Letters
Jun 30, 2009 GAO says State Dept. report on Russian Proliferation Was Rushed, Incomplete
The GAO determines that State Department's latest assessment of Russian nuclear proliferation activities was "rushed" and improperly vetted with the intelligence community. 
Articles
Jun 10, 2009 Nuclear Nonproliferation and Arms Control - Working Well Together?
NPEC's executive director gave a presentation "Nuclear Nonproliferation and Arms Control - Working Well Together?" at the conference “Russia and the West – Resetting the Relationship” that was organized by the Aspen Institute.
Presentations
May 30, 2009 Zarate on U.S. and Russian Plutonium Management
Mr. Zarate is a research fellow at NPEC as well as a legislative fellow at the House Subcommittee on Terrorism, Nonproliferation and Trade. The views expressed in Mr. Zarate's essay are his own.
Articles
Apr 19, 2009 Presentation on the Future of U.S.-Russian Cooperative Nonproliferation
NPEC releases "How Should the United States and Russia Collaborate to Reduce Future Nuclear Threats and Proliferation Dangers?," by Robert Zarate. Mr. Zarate is a research fellow at NPEC, and a concurrent legislative fellow at the House Subcommittee on Terrorism, Nonproliferation and Trade. The views expressed in Mr. Zarate's essay are his own.
Presentations
Apr 19, 2009 How Should the United States and Russia Collaborate to Reduce Future Nuclear Threats and Proliferation Dangers?
NPEC releases "How Should the United States and Russia Collaborate to Reduce Future Nuclear Threats and Proliferation Dangers?" by Robert Zarate. Mr. Zarate is a research fellow at NPEC, and a concurrent legislative fellow at the House Subcommittee on Terrorism, Nonproliferation and Trade. The views expressed in Mr. Zarate's essay are his own.
Working Papers
Apr 09, 2009 Von Hippel on the Costs and Benefits of Reprocessing
NPEC releases "The Costs and Benefits of Reprocessing: Why Reprocessing Persists in Some Countries and Not in Others", a study by Frank von Hippel. Dr. von Hippel is a professor at Princeton's W Excerpt: Since 1974, when India tested a nuclear bomb made with plutonium that it separated with U.S. assistance under the Atoms for Peace Program, there has been a debate within the global nuclear-power community about the desirability of reprocessing spent power reactor fuel. Today, about one quarter of the world’s spent fuel is reprocessed. Seven of the 31 countries with nuclear power reactors are having at least some of their spent power-reactor fuel reprocessed. A dozen more countries that had been sending their spent fuel to one of the three merchant reprocessing countries (France, Russia and the U.K.) have decided, however, not to renew their contracts. oodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs.
Articles
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