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Sep 09, 2011 Greg Jones in TNR: Iran Already is a Nuclear State
In The New Republic, NPEC Senior Analyst Greg S. Jones presents the case for the fulfillment of Iran's nuclear ambitions.
Op-Eds & Blogs
Aug 12, 2011 NPEC Releases New History of 1969 U.S.-Israel Nuke Deal
Does the U.S. Have an Obligation to Ignore Israel's Nuclear Weapons Program?  Victor Gilinsky analyzes the events in 1969 that led to Israel’s nuke. [NOTE: Originally posted January 20, 2011. Updated August 12, 2011]
Working Papers & Monographs
Aug 09, 2011 Greg Jones Examines Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Iran's Uranium Bomb Option and IAEA Safeguards
Greg Jones presents analyses of Iran's uranium bomb option, which spells out why the US can't rely on inspections to prevent the worse -- Iran with the bomb.
Working Papers & Monographs
Aug 03, 2011 Former Senate Committee Staff Director Details US Cover Up of Israeli '79 Nuclear Test
Leonard Weiss, former staff director for the Senate Governmental Affairs Committee chaired by Senator John Glenn, gives a first-hand account of the extent to which the Carter Administration and its successor tried to cover up Israel's 1979 nuclear test in the South Atlantic.
Working Papers & Monographs
Jul 01, 2011 NPEC's Executive Director in the New Atlantis: Unleashing the Nuclear Watchdog
In the New Atlantis, NPEC's Executive Director argues that conflicts within and among the IAEA's various missions, including its “safeguarding” mission, threaten to undermine its ability to detect potential military nuclear diversions in a timely fashion. 
Articles
Jun 27, 2011 Tectonic Shifts in the Middle East and North Africa: Implications to Missile Defense
This presentation was given by Uzi Rubin, an Israeli defense engineer and analyst at the National Defense University. It was a part of the Missile Defense series in the Congressional Breakfast Seminars hosted by NDU
Jun 15, 2011 NPEC Presentation, "Atoms for Peace in the Middle East: What Might Go Wrong" at GWU
On June 15, 2011, NPEC staff participated in a panel which was part of a larger conference titled, "Moving Toward a Region Free of Weapons of Mass Destruction in the Middle East: Challenges for 2012." This was co-hosted by George Washington University's Elliot School of International Affairs and the Institute for National Security Studies.
Presentations
Jun 02, 2011 Greg Jones Analysis: Now, Tehran Could Produce It's 1st Bomb's Worth in Just 8 Weeks
May 24, 2011 update to the previous report on Iran's rate of enrichment.
Working Papers & Monographs
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 06, 2011 Greg Jones Analysis of What's Wrong with IISS's Latest Estimate of 2 Years for Iran to Get 1st Bomb
In an updated study done April 6, 2011 for NPEC, former nuclear analyst for PAN Heuristics, Greg Jones explains why the recent projection by IISS that it would take Iran two more years to produce its first bomb is far too generous. Instead, Jones argues, Iran could have its first bomb in as little as ten weeks.  In this study, he details how the IISS estimates differ from his on four critical points.
Working Papers & Monographs
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