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Oct 26, 2010 Briefing on Nuclear Arms Control and Nonproliferation
Invitation to July 28, 2010 Briefing on Nuclear Arms Control and Nonproliferation: Is Bipartisan Nuclear Arms Control Possible? 
Official Docs & Letters
Oct 21, 2010 Challenge and Response: Nonproliferation Policy in the 112th Congress
Foreign Policy Initiative and NPEC co-hosted, "Challenge and Response: Nonproliferation Policy in the 112th Congress," a panelled discussion about how sound U.S. and international nuclear nonproliferation controls are and how the U.S. might upgrade its nuclear nonproliferation restraints to address these new threats, within the context of Congressional activity.
Presentations
Oct 07, 2010 Missiles for Peace: Henry Sokolski on Prompt Global Strike
NPEC's executive director Henry Sokolski discussed missile defense and nuclear threats with an audience at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace on prompt global strike in which his article "Missiles for Peace" addresses options for the U.S. to ponder to lessen nuclear threats.
Presentations
Sep 24, 2010 NPEC Submits Testimony to House on Tightening U.S. Nuclear Controls
In response to a request from the House Committee on Foreign Affairs (HCFA), NPEC's executive director prepared testimony on how to tighten the nonproliferation provisions of the U.S. Atomic Energy Act.  HCFA will be holding its hearing on this question on September 24,2010.
Testimony & Transcripts
Sep 14, 2010 Study Overturns Popular View that French Nuclear Program is a Model for the U.S.
Mark Cooper, the Vermont Law School Institute’s senior research fellow for economic analysis, explains how the French approach advocated by some is a failed model and why U.S. wind and solar industries would suffer if the U.S. embraced such a standard.
Working Papers & Monographs
Aug 16, 2010 National Review Online, "Foggy Bottom Out of (Export) Control"
In a National Review Online blog, "Foggy Bottom Out of (Export) Control," NPEC's executive director criticizes a State Department proposed change to export control regulations that would enable citizens of unfriendly countries, such as Iran, China, and Syria, greater access to U.S. controlled defense technology overseas than they would if they worked for defense firms operating in the States.
Op-Eds & Blogs
Aug 05, 2010 National Review Online, "Nuclear Nonproliferation Games: America is acting like a nuclear chump. We don't need to."
In a National Review Online posting, NPEC's executive director argues that the U.S. needs to condition foreign firms access to the U.S. market and nuclear business upon their willingness to support its nonproliferation goals.
Articles
Aug 04, 2010 NPEC Clarifies Connection Between Nuclear Power Economics and Proliferation
The Policy Review publishes "The High and Hidden Costs of Nuclear Power" in which NPEC's executive director draws connections between nuclear power economics and proliferation. For a more detailed analysis of this subject, see Nuclear Power, Energy Markets, and Proliferation."
Articles
Jul 26, 2010 National Review Online, "New START: Don't Shake the Tree If the Fruit Ain't Ripe "
In "New START: Don't Shake the Tree If the Fruit Ain't Ripe ," NPEC's executive director, Henry Sokolski, compares previous arms control treaty ratification efforts with New START (see also, New START Trust but Clarify) . In addition, he reiterates that in order to get overwhelming Senate support, the treaty's negotiating record should be released in classified form. This last point was also highlighted in a recent article published by The Christian Science Monitor.
Op-Eds & Blogs
Jul 22, 2010 Council on Foreign Relations, "Debating the New START Treaty"
The Council on Foreign Relations has published a debate on the New START Treaty in which NPEC's executive director argues that unless more details from the negotations between U.S. and Russian officials are known, it will remain difficult to determine if New START is beneficial.
Op-Eds & Blogs
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