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May 27, 2006 Bad Options: Or, How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Live with Loose Nukes
Mr. Donnelly is a resident fellow in defense and national security studies at the American Enterprise Institute.
May 16, 2006 Wide Area Environmental Sampling in Iran
Mr. Dillon is an independent consultant formerly with the International Atomic Energy Agency
May 14, 2006 A Realist Case for Conditioning the U.S.-India Nuclear Deal
Dr. Perkovich, Vice President for Studies and Director for Nonproliferation at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, presented this paper before an NPEC workshop dinner.
Feb 08, 2006 India's ICBM: On a "Glide Path" to Trouble?
Feb 07, 2006 Maritime Interdiction in the Gulf: Developing a Culture of Focused Interdiction Using Existing International Conventions
Oct 01, 2005 Can Nuclear Fuel Production in Iran and Elsewhere Be Safeguarded Against Diversion?
Paper Presented at NPEC/King’s College conference "After Iran: Safeguarding Peaceful Nuclear Energy" held in London, UK October 2-3, 2005.
Oct 01, 2005 Adequacy of IAEA's Safeguards for Achieving Timely Detection
Paper Presented at NPEC/King’s College conference "After Iran: Safeguarding Peaceful Nuclear Energy" held in London, UK October 2-3, 2005.
Mar 01, 2005 After Iran: Keeping Nuclear Energy Peaceful
The best chance for nations seeking to prevent further nuclear proliferation is to enforce the original presumption of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty's Article IV, says author Henry Sokolski. Article IV presumes "against the unnecessary spread of unsafeguardable nuclear activities and materials." In the case of Iran, Sokolski writes that "Tehran's operation of an enrichment plant … should be regarded as being neither peaceful nor protected under Article IV of the NPT." 
Feb 26, 2005 German Nuclear Export Policy and the Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons - Another Sonderweg?
Paper presented for the Conference "Germany and Nuclear Nonproliferation", organized by the Aspen Institute, Berlin and the Nonproliferation Policy Education Center, Washington, D.C, by Joachim Krause, director, Institute for Security Studies at the University of Kiel.
Feb 26, 2005 German Nuclear Policy
Presented at NPEC's Conference "Germany and Nuclear Nonproliferation" held in Berlin, Germany in February 2005. Ernst Urich von Weizsaecher MP is the Chairman, Bundestag Committee on Environment, Nature Protection and Nuclear Safety.
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