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Sep 22, 2010 Aspen Institute of Germany Showcases NPEC Critique of U.S. Efforts to Block Iran's Bomb
The Aspen Institute of Germany asked NPEC's Executive Director to assess what the U.S. and its allies could have done better in their efforts to block Iran's development of a nuclear weapons option at the Institute's Strategy Forum.
Working Papers & Monographs
Sep 10, 2010 Study for NPEC Concludes Iran Now has Enough Feedstock for 1st Bomb
In a detailed assessment of the IAEA's latest report on Iran's nuclear program, Greg Jones, a leading U.S. nuclear analyst, concludes that Iran has enough low enriched uranium feed to produce a bomb's worth in 90 days and must now rank along Pakistan, India and North Korea as a major nonproliferation failure.
Working Papers & Monographs
Jun 28, 2010 Off and Running: The Middle East Nuclear Arms Race
Richard L. Russell details the growing nuclear aspirations of a number of Middle Eastern states in a National Defense University's Joint Forces Quarterly article that reflects research he did for NPEC.
Articles; Working Papers & Monographs
Jun 02, 2010 Analysis for NPEC Pegs Iran's First Bomb to Be Possible by November
Greg Jones penned a new analysis for NPEC in the wake of the release of the latest IAEA report on Iran's nuclear program, and finds that Tehran is very near to enriching enough weapons grade uranium to make a bomb. In his weekly Global View column for The Wall Street Journal, Bret Stephens also cited this analysis.
Working Papers & Monographs
May 19, 2010 National Review Online, "Iran Sanctions: Keep Your Champagne Corked."
NPEC's Executive Director examines why getting UNSC consensus won't be easy in a National Review Online posting, "Iran Sanctions: Keep Your Champagne Corked."
Op-Eds & Blogs
May 17, 2010 National Review: "A Bad Idea Made Worse"
In a blog posting for the National Review Online NPEC's Executive Director explains why the new Brazilian-Turkish negotiated agreement for Iran's low enriched uranium was based on a bad idea that Washington first floated last fall, and how it has now been made even worse.
Op-Eds & Blogs
May 17, 2010 Lehrer Newshour Discusses Brazilian-Turkish Negotiated Fuel Swap with NPEC's Executive Director
NPEC's Executive Director went on PBS Newshour to discuss the new deal negotiated by Brazil and Turkey that would send Iranian low enriched uranium abroad in exchange for higher enriched material fabricated into forms that can be used in its medical reactors, but he notes the deal has quickly wrong footed the U.S. in its push for sanctions.
Audio & Video
May 07, 2010 NPEC Urges White House to Ensure Russia Stops Supporting Iran's Weapons Program
NPEC's Executive Director, Henry Sokolski, who serves as board member of United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI) was quoted in a UANI press release warning the White House not to submit the nuclear cooperative agreement to the Hill until it can ensure Russia is out of the business of helping Iran's nuclear weapon related programs.
Official Docs & Letters
May 02, 2010 Radio Free Europe Interview with NPEC Lays Out NPT Revcon Possibilities and Pitfalls
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty interviews NPEC's Executive Director as the NPT Review Conference begins in a discussion focusing on the challenge Iran poses to the treaty and possible ways to get China, Russia and the Nonaligned Movement to support confronting Tehran with UN backed sanctions.
Interviews
Apr 27, 2010 Greg Jones: When Could Iran Have the Bomb? An Analysis of Recent Statements That Iran is 3 to 5 Years Away
In a new analysis for NPEC, Greg Jones examines recent estimates from the Defense Intelligence Agency that Iran is 3 to 5 years from getting a bomb and concludes that despite these optimistic U.S. predictions, Tehran has the capacity to enrich enough uranium for a bomb in seven months or less.
Working Papers & Monographs
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