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Jul 29, 2011 Foreign Policy Magazine Posts, "The Post-Fukushima Arms Race" by Henry Sokolski
In "The Post-Fukushima Arms Race", NPEC Executive Director, Henry Sokolski, discusses the consequence of Japan's disaster and the impact  on the global nuclear landscape.
Op-Eds & Blogs
Jun 14, 2011 Henry Sokolski Speaks at ASAN Plenum in Seoul on, "Nuclear Weapons States v. Non-Nuclear Weapons States"
This was presented at the ASAN Plenum 2011, "Our Nuclear Future," as a part of the "Nuclear Weapons States v. Non-Nuclear Weapons States" panel on June 14, 2011.
Audio & Video
Jun 09, 2011 Thomas W. Graham: Nuclear Weapons Stability or Anarchy in the 21st Century: China, India, and Pakistan
Graham's paper examines the nuclear weapons competition between China, India and Pakistan and how it may impact the strategic planning of other major countries, including the U.S. and Russia.
Working Papers & Monographs
Jun 09, 2011 Henry Sokolski: Nuclear Power's Future after Fukushima
On June 9, 2011, NPEC Executive Director Henry Sokolski presented, "Nuclear Power’s Future after Fukushima" at the Foreign Policy Association's "Great Decisions" program.
Presentations
Apr 11, 2011 NPEC's Executive Director's Capitol Hill Presentation, "After Fukushima: Rethinking the Case for Nuclear Power's Expansion"
NPEC's Executive Director's presentation from the Federation of American Scientists (FAS) and NPEC cohosted event, "After Fukushima: Rethinking the Case for Nuclear Power’s Expansion," held April 11, 2011. The presentation spotlights the risks inherent to additional nuclear reactor sales in the Middle East, a move by reactor manufacturers to compensate for dropping sales in Europe, the United States, and Japan.
Presentations
Apr 11, 2011 NPEC and Federation of American Scientists Co-Sponsor "After Fukushima: Rethinking the Case for Nuclear Power's Expansion"
On Monday, April 11th, 2011 NPEC and the Federation of American Scientists co-sponsored "After Fukushima: Rethinking the Case for Nuclear Power's Expansion" to discuss how the U.S. government should weigh the claimed environmental, economic, safety and security benefits and costs of nuclear power's global proliferation.
Presentations
Nov 23, 2010 National Review Online: "Getting Serious about North Korea's Nukes"
National Review Online showcases NPEC's 4 Recommendations on North Korea in "Getting Serious about North Korea's Nukes."
Op-Eds & Blogs
Aug 11, 2010 National Review Online, "America's Nuclear Vietnam, The Obama administration has botched its atomic negotiations with Hanoi."
In a new National Review Online piece, "America's Nuclear Vietnam," NPEC's Executive Director argues that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's endorsement of a nuclear deal with Vietnam suggests that the Obama Administration is backing off U.S. efforts to get states that lack nuclear weapons to foreswear making nuclear fuel -- a process that could bring them within weeks or months of acquiring nuclear weapons.
Articles
Aug 10, 2010 U.S., Hanoi in Nuclear Talks
On a radio program for KCRW, NPEC's Executive Director questions how the Administration can push for nuclear cooperation with Vietnam if the deal undermines the model set by a previous cooperative agreement with the UAE. An Associated Press piece by Foster Klug cites similar NPEC analysis and references The Wall Street Journal, which originally broke the story, in which NPEC's executive director explains that the Vietnam deal threatens to undermine America's efforts to curb the global spread of nuclear fuel-making. The Guardian and Global Security Newswire also cites this NPEC analysis.
Interviews
Jul 08, 2010 Missiles for Peace
In "Missiles for Peace" published by Armed Forces Journal, NPEC's Executive Director, Henry Sokolski explains why the U.S. needs to pursue a dual track policy of deploying a significant number of long-range conventional ground based missiles while offering to expand and update existing limits on such weapons.
Articles
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