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Jul 19, 2010 Precision Technologies as Possible Alternatives to Nuclear Weapons
In this study, Steve Lukasik, former director of the Department of Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, assesses the potential of emerging, highly precise conventional military technologies to accomplish the missions currently assigned to nuclear weapons.
Jul 08, 2010 Former Indian Nuclear Sub Director Makes Case for Limiting Short-range Missiles
Retired Admiral R.N. Ganesh, who led India's nuclear submarine program for several years, has written a new piece for NPEC analyzing the potential development of South Asian nuclear and missile programs and suggests policies China, India and Pakistan should implement to lessen the risk of conflict and the escalation of the regional arms race.
Jun 28, 2010 Off and Running: The Middle East Nuclear Arms Race
Richard L. Russell details the growing nuclear aspirations of a number of Middle Eastern states in a National Defense University's Joint Forces Quarterly article that reflects research he did for NPEC.
Jun 02, 2010 Nuclear Power, Energy Markets, and Proliferation
In "Nuclear Power, Energy Markets, and Proliferation," an introduction to the forthcoming book, Nuclear Power’s Global Expansion: Weighing Its Cost and Risks, NPEC's executive director draws connections between nuclear power economics and proliferation. For a more general overview of the relationship between nuclear power economics and the proliferation of nuclear weapons click here.
Jun 02, 2010 Analysis for NPEC Pegs Iran's First Bomb to Be Possible by November
Greg Jones penned a new analysis for NPEC in the wake of the release of the latest IAEA report on Iran's nuclear program, and finds that Tehran is very near to enriching enough weapons grade uranium to make a bomb. In his weekly Global View column for The Wall Street Journal, Bret Stephens also cited this analysis.
Apr 27, 2010 Greg Jones: When Could Iran Have the Bomb? An Analysis of Recent Statements That Iran is 3 to 5 Years Away
In a new analysis for NPEC, Greg Jones examines recent estimates from the Defense Intelligence Agency that Iran is 3 to 5 years from getting a bomb and concludes that despite these optimistic U.S. predictions, Tehran has the capacity to enrich enough uranium for a bomb in seven months or less.
Apr 22, 2010 The NPT's Untapped Potential to Prevent Proliferation
NPEC releases the introduction to its forthcoming book, "Reviewing the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty", which discusses the NPT's untapped potential to prevent proliferation, published by the U.S. Army War College Strategic Studies Institute.
Mar 05, 2010 NPEC Releases Study Challenging Seoul's Plan to Recycle Spent Fuel
A new NPEC report by Frank Von Hippel "Spent Fuel Management in South Korea: The Illogic of Pyroprocessing" calls into question South Korea's plans to use pyroprocessing to recycle its spent fuel stores.
Mar 05, 2010 NPEC-Lowy Institute Workshop Debrief: "Asia's Nuclear Future: Unlike Our Transatlantic Past"
NPEC's meeting in Sydney from February 16-18 focused on Asia's nuclear future and produced a number of interesting discussions on nuclear and conventional arms competitions and the development of nuclear power in the region which are summarized in this debriefing.
Feb 24, 2010 Former Pakistani General Urges Short Range Indo Pakistani Ballistic Missile Limits to Avoid War
Retired General Feroz Khan, who ran the Pakistani army's arms control and disarmament office, authored this essay for NPEC which suggests that the Indian and Pakistani governments should consider eliminating certain types of short range ballistic missiles. This complements a presentation he gave with U.S. government officials present at a private NPEC gathering organized with the U.S. Naval War College.
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