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Mar 14, 2011 What Cyber Attack? Iran's Rate of Enriched Uranium Production Remains Steady
Greg Jones analysis reviews the latest IAEA's February 25th safeguards report on Iran and shows that Iran continues its uranium enrichment program in NPEC commissioned analysis, "What Cyber Attack? Iran’s Rate of Enriched Uranium Production Remains Steady."
Jan 27, 2011 Nuclear Proliferation Prospects in the Middle East to 2025
Shraham Chubin analyzes the Middle East’s nuclear ambitions and why they pose a proliferation concern.
Jan 26, 2011 Greg Jones Analysis Shows Cyber Attacks Have Not Slowed Iran's Proliferation Efforts
Jan 18, 2011 NPEC Releases Analysis by Greg Jones Detailing Israeli Statements On When Iran Will Develop a Bomb
Nov 30, 2010 Senior Researcher Greg Jones Determines Iranian Centrifuge Efficiency is Increasing, Tehran Now Ten Weeks from a Bomb's Worth of Uranium
Nov 01, 2010 Regional Rivalries in South Asia and US Relationships
In their NPEC study, Zia Mian and M.V. Ramana argue that the foreign and military policies of the United States and China are intensifying the arms race between India and Pakistan and conclude that Washington and Beijing should collaborate to stabilize South Asia.
Sep 22, 2010 Aspen Institute of Germany Showcases NPEC Critique of U.S. Efforts to Block Iran's Bomb
The Aspen Institute of Germany asked NPEC's Executive Director to assess what the U.S. and its allies could have done better in their efforts to block Iran's development of a nuclear weapons option at the Institute's Strategy Forum.
Sep 14, 2010 Study Overturns Popular View that French Nuclear Program is a Model for the U.S.
Mark Cooper, the Vermont Law School Institute’s senior research fellow for economic analysis, explains how the French approach advocated by some is a failed model and why U.S. wind and solar industries would suffer if the U.S. embraced such a standard.
Sep 10, 2010 Study for NPEC Concludes Iran Now has Enough Feedstock for 1st Bomb
In a detailed assessment of the IAEA's latest report on Iran's nuclear program, Greg Jones, a leading U.S. nuclear analyst, concludes that Iran has enough low enriched uranium feed to produce a bomb's worth in 90 days and must now rank along Pakistan, India and North Korea as a major nonproliferation failure.
Aug 26, 2010 NPEC Releases "Asia Drivers of Russian Nuclear Force Structure"
In a major, fresh analysis of the Russian military literature, Dr. Jacob Kipp, former Deputy Director, U.S. Army School of Advanced Military Studies, argues that how Russia chooses to cope with the strategic challenges China poses, rather than any developments regarding NATO, the Balkans, or Central Asia, will shape the kinds of theater and strategic military capabilities Russia will develop or agree to restrain.
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