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Oct 12, 2006 Assessing Military and Terrorist Threats against Indian Civilian Nuclear Facilities
Dr. Ferguson is a science and technology fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations.
Sep 23, 2006 How Will the Nuclear Weapons Story End?
Dr. Gilinsky, a senior associate at NPEC, served on the Nuclear Regulatory Commission during the Ford, Carter and Reagan administrations, gave this presentation at the 10th PIIC Beijing Seminar on International Security.
Sep 13, 2006 Security Issues Related to Future Pakistani Nuclear Power Program
Dr. Braun is a science fellow at Stanford University's Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, Center for International Security and Cooperation (FSI-CISAC). His paper addresses prospects for expansion of current Pakistani nuclear power program, and the dangers to national safety and security such expansion entails due to rapid expansion, and the potential military or terrorist attacks against future nuclear power plants.
Sep 06, 2006 The Global Nuclear Energy Partnership: Will It Advance Nonproliferation or Undermine It?
Dr. Lyman is a senior scientist at Global Security Program, Union of Concerned Scientists.
Sep 03, 2006 Will India Be a Better Strategic Partner Than China?
Mr. Blumenthal is a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute.
Aug 20, 2006 Nuclear Power in India: Failed Past, Dubious Future
Dr. Ramana is a visiting fellow at Princeton's Program on Science and Global Security.
Jul 25, 2006 Could Anything Be Done To Stop Them? Lessons from Pakistan
Dr. Perkovich's, vice president for studies and director for nonproliferation at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. paper for the Nonproliferation Policy Education Center on lessons learned from Pakistan.
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. 
Jul 09, 2006 What Are the Requirements for Pakistan to Field an Effective "Minimum Deterrent"?
Mr. Jones is a senior researcher at the RAND Corporation.
Jun 19, 2006 Current U.S.-India Deal Violates NPT
This letter to Congress was signed by Thomas Cochran, Victor Gilinsky, John Holum, Daryl Kimball, Christopher Paine, George Perkovich, Henry S. Rowen, Lawrence Scheinman, Henry Sokolski, and Leonard Weiss.
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founded in 1994 to promote a better understanding of strategic weapons proliferation issues. NPEC educates policymakers, journalists,
and university professors about proliferation threats and possible new policies and measures to meet them.
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