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Oct 07, 2011 Henry Sokolski's Paper Presented at SMU's WMD Proliferation Problems Conference
NPEC's Executive Director, Henry Sokolski, discusses how the modernization of nuclear weapons and delivery capabilities throughout the world will influence global strategic military competitions over the next two decades. The final version will be published in an edited volume. This paper is a companion piece to his October 4, 2011 presentation on the "Current and Future WMD Proliferation Problems" panel for Southern Methodist University's fourth annual conference on National Security & Defense in Dallas, TX.
Sep 14, 2011 NPEC's Greg Jones' Take on Latest IAEA Safeguards Update on Iran
On September 2, 2011, the IAEA released a safeguards update showing that Western efforts to impede Iran's centrifuge enrichment program continue to be ineffective. Iran has maintained its production of 3.5% enriched uranium at a rate of about 100 kilograms per month and has significantly increased its production of 19.7% enriched uranium to 3.2 kilograms per month.
Aug 12, 2011 NPEC Releases New History of 1969 U.S.-Israel Nuke Deal
Does the U.S. Have an Obligation to Ignore Israel's Nuclear Weapons Program?  Victor Gilinsky analyzes the events in 1969 that led to Israel’s nuke. [NOTE: Originally posted January 20, 2011. Updated August 12, 2011]
Aug 09, 2011 Greg Jones Examines Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Iran's Uranium Bomb Option and IAEA Safeguards
Greg Jones presents analyses of Iran's uranium bomb option, which spells out why the US can't rely on inspections to prevent the worse -- Iran with the bomb.
Aug 03, 2011 Former Senate Committee Staff Director Details US Cover Up of Israeli '79 Nuclear Test
Leonard Weiss, former staff director for the Senate Governmental Affairs Committee chaired by Senator John Glenn, gives a first-hand account of the extent to which the Carter Administration and its successor tried to cover up Israel's 1979 nuclear test in the South Atlantic.
Jun 14, 2011 Barthélémy Courmont's Presentation at 2011 ASAN Plenum, "Europe's Responses to Fukushima: Nuclear Renaissance Revisited?"
This presentation was a part of the 2011 ASAN Plenum in Seoul, South Korea.
Jun 09, 2011 Thomas W. Graham: Nuclear Weapons Stability or Anarchy in the 21st Century: China, India, and Pakistan
Graham's paper examines the nuclear weapons competition between China, India and Pakistan and how it may impact the strategic planning of other major countries, including the U.S. and Russia.
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.
May 10, 2011 Jeff Kueter Analyzes Missile Defense Futures: Appreciating the Role of Defense
Jeff Kueter, president of the George C. Marshall Institute presents the importance of investing in missile defense in a world that is inhabited by countries with increasing ballistic missile capabilities.
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.
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and university professors about proliferation threats and possible new policies and measures to meet them.
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