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Sep 24, 2014 National Review Online posts NPEC analysis, "A Plutonium-Rich Asia"
On September 24, 2014, National Review Online posted NPEC Executive Director's article "A Plutonium-Rich Asia"
Mar 13, 2014 National Review Online Posts NPEC Analysis, "Iran's Arak Reactor and the Plutonium Bomb"
On March 13, 2014, NRO posted an article by NPEC's senior researcher Greg Jones that argues that the U.S. should insist that Iran never complete the Arak reactor, that it destroy the components for this reactor, export the 100 metric tons of heavy water that Iran has already produced, and shut down and dismantle the heavy-water-production plant at Arak. 
Feb 10, 2014 National Review Online Posts NPEC Analysis, "'Flexible' Nuclear Trade"
On February 10, 2014,  National Review Online posted an article that recounts a hearing at the Senate Foreign Relations Committee in which members of Congress rightly questioned the wisdom of the Obama administration's 'flexible' approach to nuclear trade, which actually may have dangerous proliferation consequences in the future.
Dec 10, 2013 National Review Online Posts NPEC Analysis, "Deflating the Hype on Obama's Iran Nuclear Deal"
On December 10, 2013, National Review Online posted an article by Greg Jones and Henry Sokolski, "Deflating the Hype on Obama's Iran Nuclear Deal"
Dec 06, 2013 Bulletin of Atomic Scientists Posts NPEC Analysis on the Iran Interim Agreement
The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists published a piece by Victor Gilinsky and Henry Sokolski that argues that after the interim agreement, which allows Iran to enrich to 5%, the U.S. will find it much more difficult to gain “gold standard” civilian nuclear agreements that require other states to forego any uranium enrichment. Additionally, the interim agreement does not take into account the fact that light water reactors can also be used to produce plutonium and therefore require more inspection. 
Oct 22, 2013 National Review Online Posts NPEC Analysis, "The U.S.-Vietnam Nuclear Deal"
In the NRO, Sokolski and Gilinsky write that Congress should reject the U.S.-Vietnam nuclear deal because it fails to meet the non-proliferation gold standard and sets a dangerous precedent for nuclear negotiations with other countries.
Sep 19, 2013 NYT Publishes NPEC Piece, "Let's Be Honest about Israel's Nukes"
In this NY Times op-ed, NPEC Executive Director Henry Sokolski and Program Adviser Victor Gilinsky argue that the U.S. policy of silence regarding Israel's alleged nuclear weapons impedes serious negotiations about weapons of mass destruction in the Middle East.
Aug 27, 2013 National Review Online Posts NPEC Analysis, "Syria: America's First Hot Shot in a New Cold War?"
Preventing Assad from using chemical weapons will require massive air strikes or “boots on the ground” to eliminate Syria’s stockpiles. The best way to constrain Iranian behavior in the Middle East is not to allow it to win in Syria.  
Jun 04, 2013 National Review Online Posts NPEC Analysis, "Obama's Nuclear Vietnam"
Although a few years ago Congress prevented the State Department from sealing a civilian nuclear agreement with Vietnam that did not take into account non-proliferation concerns, the State Department and Obama administration are now again trying to sell American reactors to Vietnam, without addressing the non-proliferation concerns of Congress or the recommendations of the government-wide non-proliferation review.
Apr 26, 2013 The Hill Posts Op-Ed by NPEC and Taxpayers for Common Sense, "Held up by MOX(y)"
An April 26, 2013 op-ed in The Hill by NPEC's executive director and Autumn Hanna, Senior Program Director at Taxpayers for Common Sense, examines objections to President Obama’s cut to a nuclear project sited at Savannah River designed to convert 34 tons of nuclear weapon-grade plutonium into civilian reactor fuel.
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