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Feb 23, 2010 NPEC Report: Iran Now on the Brink of Acquiring the Bomb
NPEC releases new analysis by Greg Jones on Iran's uranium enrichment program after the IAEA's latest assessment was released February 18th and finds that Tehran could have the a bomb's worth of material by the end of 2010.
Nov 17, 2009 Implications for Iran's Ability to Produce Fissile Material for Nuclear Weapons
Reuters reported on November 12th that Iran has 1,700 to 1,800 kilograms of low enriched uranium (LEU) – enough to make one to two bombs, and the IAEA released a report on November 16th in the wake of its inspection of Iran's new enrichment facility. In fact, as Greg Jones, a nuclear analyst explained earlier in a technical bulletin and follows up with this updated analysis, Iran might not be able to make any bombs or could possibly make as many as two with this amount of material and could have the potential "breakout" capacity to build a weapon as early as 2010.
Nov 12, 2009 Analysis of Latest IAEA Iran Report: Tehran Poised to Breakout in 2010?
Reuters reported on November 12th that Iran has 1,700 to 1,800 kilograms of low enriched uranium (LEU) – enough to make one to two bombs, and the IAEA released a report on November 16th in the wake of its inspection of Iran's new enrichment facility. In fact, as nuclear analyst Greg Jones explains in a technical bulletin, Iran might not be able to make any bombs or could possibly make as many as two with this amount of material and could have the potential "breakout" capacity to build a weapon as early as 2010.
Oct 11, 2009 NPEC releases Detailed Analysis on Fueling Tehran's Research Reactor
NPEC releases new technical analysis of how Iran might exploit the October 1, 2009 offer of 19.75 fuel to make a bomb, in a new paper by Gregory Jones: "Fueling Tehran's Research Reactor", which complements his earlier analysis from September 15th which examined how quickly Iran could build up its stockpile with a secret enrichment facility: "Iran's Centrifuge Enrichment Program as a Source Of Fissile Material for Nuclear Weapons".
Jul 01, 2009 Key Determinates of Nuclear Developments in the Middle East
Prepared for NPEC by Richard L. Russell, a Professor of National Security Affairs at the National Defense University’s Near East and South Asia Center for Strategic Studies and Adjunct Professor of Security Studies at Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service.
Apr 19, 2009 How Should the United States and Russia Collaborate to Reduce Future Nuclear Threats and Proliferation Dangers?
NPEC releases "How Should the United States and Russia Collaborate to Reduce Future Nuclear Threats and Proliferation Dangers?" by Robert Zarate. Mr. Zarate is a research fellow at NPEC, and a concurrent legislative fellow at the House Subcommittee on Terrorism, Nonproliferation and Trade. The views expressed in Mr. Zarate's essay are his own.
Mar 25, 2009 Nuclear Power: How Much More?
Sharon Squassoni is a senior associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace focusing on nuclear nonproliferation and national security.
Mar 14, 2009 DRAFT, Nuclear Fuel: Myths and Realities
Steve Kidd is Director of Strategy & Research at the World Nuclear Association, where he has  worked since 1995 (when it was the Uranium Institute).
Jan 05, 2009 The Credit Crunch and Nuclear Power (DRAFT)
Mr. Thomas is professor of energy policy at the Public Services International Research Unit at the University of Greenwich, London,
Dec 15, 2008 Nuclear Power in France: Beyond the Myth
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