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Nov 20, 2010 National Review Online: "Obama's Other Nuclear Headache"
In "Obama's Other Nuclear Headache," NPEC's executive director, Henry Sokolski, states that the Obama Administration should apply its UAE Gold Standard to other countries wanting to enter into nuclear cooperation agreements with the U.S.
Nov 08, 2010 Wall Street Journal: "India Unmasks America's Nuclear Liabilities"
In the article "India Unmasks America's Nuclear Liabilities" for the Wall Street Journal, NPEC's Executive Director explains how India's new law denying American firms legal immunity in the case of a nuclear accident is beneficial for US-Indian relations, as it will change the focus onto more important, non-nuclear topics.
Aug 16, 2010 National Review Online, "Foggy Bottom Out of (Export) Control"
In a National Review Online blog, "Foggy Bottom Out of (Export) Control," NPEC's executive director criticizes a State Department proposed change to export control regulations that would enable citizens of unfriendly countries, such as Iran, China, and Syria, greater access to U.S. controlled defense technology overseas than they would if they worked for defense firms operating in the States.
Jul 26, 2010 National Review Online, "New START: Don't Shake the Tree If the Fruit Ain't Ripe "
In "New START: Don't Shake the Tree If the Fruit Ain't Ripe ," NPEC's executive director, Henry Sokolski, compares previous arms control treaty ratification efforts with New START (see also, New START: Trust but Clarify) . In addition, he reiterates that in order to get overwhelming Senate support, the treaty's negotiating record should be released in classified form. This last point was also highlighted in a recent article published by The Christian Science Monitor.
Jul 22, 2010 Council on Foreign Relations, "Debating the New START Treaty"
The Council on Foreign Relations has published a debate on the New START Treaty in which NPEC's Executive Director argues that unless more details from the negotations between U.S. and Russian officials are known, it will remain difficult to determine if New START is beneficial.
Jul 19, 2010 National Review Online, "New START: Trust but Clarify"
In a blog posting for the National Review Online, NPEC's Executive Director argues that critics of the New START treaty need to get on with the business of identifying the key amendments, reservations, understandings, and declarations, if any, they think the Senate should consider while its supporters need to stop pushing for instant ratification and allow access to information that both sides need to understand the treaty's full implications.
Jun 22, 2010 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, "We may be on the hook for more nuclear plants"
Peter Bradford, a member of NPEC's Board of Advisors, writes in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that the new loan guarantees created by Congress to support the construction of new nuclear plants in Georgia and elsewhere are likely to saddle taxpayers with large bills if the programs fail, but no one knows what the true cost will be because the Department of Energy has declined to release the criteria they are using to decide whether to grant the loans.
May 29, 2010 National Review Online, "Obama's Backing of the NPT Final Declaration: Nonproliferation With a Vengence."
NPEC's executive director questions in a blog post for National Review Online if anyone but Iran benefited from the NPT final declaration.
May 26, 2010 National Review Online: "Energy Pork: What Our Troops Are Fighting For?"
As the House prepares to vote on a War Supplemental Bill, NPEC's executive director writes on the National Review Online that a deal between the White House and the Congressional leadership has ensured a $19 billion serving of commercial energy pork is tucked away in its pages.
May 19, 2010 National Review Online, "Iran Sanctions: Keep Your Champagne Corked."
NPEC's Executive Director examines why getting UNSC consensus won't be easy in a National Review Online posting, "Iran Sanctions: Keep Your Champagne Corked."
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