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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
Mar 14, 2011 What Cyber Attack? Iran's Rate of Enriched Uranium Production Remains Steady
Greg Jones analysis reviews the latest IAEA's February 25th safeguards report on Iran and shows that Iran continues its uranium enrichment program in NPEC commissioned analysis, "What Cyber Attack? Iran’s Rate of Enriched Uranium Production Remains Steady."
Working Papers & Monographs
Feb 08, 2011 The New Republic, "Gimme Fuel, Gimme Fire: What the Egyptian Revolt Means for Nuclear Proliferation."
"Gimme Fuel, Gimme Fire: What the Egyptian revolt means for nuclear proliferation" in The New Republic is on the proliferation implications of the political unrest in the Middle East.  It makes several arguments relating to the UAE deal, U.S. nonproliferation policy and the Obama Administration.
Op-Eds & Blogs
Jan 27, 2011 Nuclear Proliferation Prospects in the Middle East to 2025
Shraham Chubin analyzes the Middle East’s nuclear ambitions and why they pose a proliferation concern.
Working Papers & Monographs
Jan 26, 2011 Greg Jones Analysis Shows Cyber Attacks Have Not Slowed Iran's Proliferation Efforts
Working Papers & Monographs
Jan 18, 2011 NPEC Releases Analysis by Greg Jones Detailing Israeli Statements On When Iran Will Develop a Bomb
Working Papers & Monographs
Jan 10, 2011 NPEC Press Release: NPEC Report Challenges Wisdom of Letting Iran Operate Bushehr
Henry Sokolski spearheaded an appeal to President Obama asking him not to subsidize the expansion of foreign nuclear supplier states' businesses in the U.S. unless they first uphold non-proliferation standards.
Press Releases
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