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May 31, 2017 Japan, Reactor-Grade Plutonium, and the Bomb
NPEC's Program Advisor, Executive Director, and Bruce Goodwin, former associate director at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, publish a piece in The Japan Times, "Commercial plutonium a bomb material," which spells out the tactical reasons why reactor-grade plutonium can be used to make bombs.
Apr 06, 2017 Putting the Nonproliferation Back in the NPT
NPEC's Program Advisor and Executive Director publish a piece in the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, "Putting the nonproliferation back in the NPT," critiquing the three pillars view of the 1968 Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). 
Mar 09, 2017 North Korea: Getting Beyond Tactical (Weapons) Measures
In this op-ed, featured in The Wall Street Journal, NPEC's Executive Director examines the merits of deploying tactical nuclear weapons. After dialogue and sanctions proved unable to rein in North Korea's nuclear and missile programs, tactical nukes may sound prudent to American ears. But South Korean officials this week made it clear that they are anything but eager to see these weapons redeployed. The U.S. would be foolish to ignore their concerns. Redeployment would be a huge mistake. 
Jan 04, 2017 The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Posts "The Real German Submarine Scandal"
NPEC's Program Adviser clarifies how loopholes in the NPT are being exploited by Germany and others to get nonweapon states like Israel the means to deliver nuclear weapons in piece entitled, "The Real German Submarine Scandal." 
Dec 21, 2016 America Is Sharing 'Peaceful' Nuclear Energy with the World. That's Asking for Trouble.
The National Interest published a piece by NPEC's executive director and program adviser titled, "America Is Sharing 'Peaceful' Nuclear Energy with the World. That's Asking for Trouble."  
Nov 29, 2016 The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Posts "Trump's Hugest Problem: Nuclear Proliferation"
The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists published a piece by NPEC's executive director Henry Sokolski on what the most important policy issue President-elect Trump is facing.   
Nov 16, 2016 The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Posts NPEC Program Advisor's Analysis "What if nuclear weapons are used?"
The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists published a piece by NPEC's program adivisor Victor Gilinsky on what the consequences might be if nuclear weapons areused. 
Sep 14, 2016 Is America's Silence on Israel's Nuclear Ambiguity About to End?
On September 14, 2016, Haaretz.com published an article by NPEC's Program Adviser that explains why the U.S. policy of denying that Israel has the bomb may change. 
Sep 06, 2016 The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Posts "Six Nuclear Questions for the Next President" by Henry Sokolski
The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists published a piece by NPEC's executive director Henry Sokolski that spotlights six NPEC nuclear questions for the presidential candidates. 
May 08, 2016 Japan and South Korea May Soon Go Nuclear
NPEC Executive Director co-authors piece in The Wall Street Journal detailing rising plutonim stockpiles in East Asia in "Japan and South Korea May Soon Go Nuclear"
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