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Apr 20, 2008 Moving Toward Life in a Nuclear Armed Crowd? (1975)
NPEC releases "Moving Toward Life in a Nuclear Armed Crowd? (1975)," by Albert Wohlstetter, et al, Co-authored by Thomas Brown, Gregory Jones, David McGarvey, Henry Rowen, Vincent Taylor and Roberta Wohlstetter, this report was filed with the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency in the mid-1970s. It is also available on Albert Wohlstetter Dot Com, the website for NPEC's project to highlight the continuing relevance of the Wohlstetters' work on limiting and managing proliferation and other nuclear dangers
Working Papers & Monographs
Nov 09, 2007 Far Eastern Economic Review, "Devils Emerge from India Nuclear Deal."
This article is also available for registered users on Far Eastern Economic Review's website.
Oct 29, 2007 Minority Opinion: Dissenting Statements of Gilinsky and Macfarlane
The minority opinion is part of the recently released study, Review of DOE's Nuclear Energy Research and Development. Dr. Gilinsky, a former NPEC senior associate and Nuclear Regulatory Commissioner, and Dr. Macfarlane were members of the Committee on Review of the DOE's Nuclear Energy Research and Development Program, which co-authored this study
Jul 31, 2007 Falling Behind: International Scrutiny of the Peaceful Atom
Testimony of NPEC's executive director, Henry Sokolski, presented before a hearing of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee “Safeguarding the Atom: Nuclear Energy and Nonproliferation Challenges.”
Testimony & Transcripts
Jun 04, 2007 Will the U.S.-India Civil Nuclear Cooperation Initiative Light India? (PRESENTATION)
Dalberg's John Stephenson made this presentation at the book-launch for NPEC's edited volume, Gauging U.S.-Indian Strategic Partnership, held at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
Jul 25, 2006 Issues in Science and Technology. "New Nukes."
Dr. Lester is professor of nuclear science and engineering and director of the industrial performance Center at MIT, and based this article on a Washington seminar presentation NPEC sponsored in February 2006. It was published in the summer 2006 issue of Issues in Science and Technology and is available on their website. 
Working Papers & Monographs
Feb 21, 2006 The Wall Street Journal, "Fissile Isn't Facile"
An op-ed original published in The Wall Street Journal.
Op-Eds & Blogs
Feb 06, 2006 Will India Be a Better Strategic Partner Than China?
Mr. Blumenthal is a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute.
Jul 13, 2005 New Military Requirements to Block the Bomb's Spread
NPEC's executive director made this presentation before the  National Defense University Foundation's Congressional Breakfast Series at the Capitol Hill Club in Washington, DC.
Jan 31, 2005 Evaluating America's Nonproliferation Bureaucracy
As featured in The Economist, the final updated version of this NPEC report examines the International Atomic Energy Agency´s ability to safeguard peaceful nuclear energy, and provides a series of recommendations to shore up the NPT-IAEA safeguards system´s shortfalls. For commissioned research associated with this report, visit NPEC´s Falling Behind International Scrutiny of the Peaceful Atom page
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