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May 12, 2021 Henry Sokolski Interview with The John Batchelor Show, "The perils of nuke plants on Taiwan."
On May 12, 2021, Henry Sokolski had an interview with The John Batchelor Show podacst on "The perils of nuke plants on Taiwan." Click here to listen to the recording.
Jan 06, 2021 How to Think about Our Rivalry with China and Russia
On Wednesday, January 6, 2021, Henry Sokolski gave an interview with The John Batchelor Show. We’re trading a lot, at least with China; quite unlike the Cold War.  Another complication is that our ideological opposition to what's going on in China and Russia is a lot less than the fear and loathing were during the Cold War. Finally, our allies have reason to want to do business with them.  China’s and Russia’s militaries work hand in glove with each other. A change is that many people know the malice of China in intentionally releasing the virus, with over 300,000 deaths.  However, many of China’s trading partners want nothing to do with China’s strategic cooperation. South Korea wants to rejoin with the North; not fully [aligned] with Japan. India and Australia.  A lot of other stuff needs attending to beneath that. It's a lot more complicated than formerly. Space: does this moot the success of strategic arms treaties of the last century?  No.  . . . an upcoming period of US vulnerability is space. Deterrence: a different meaning from during Cold War; no longer based in seas, air, ground, but on eyes, ears, voice from space. Absent these, a sort of lobotomy.      
Aug 31, 2020 ABC interview: NPEC's view of the world's nuclear future
  For some, hearing is believing. Today, Australia Broadcasting Corporation posted its  latest Counterpoint broadcast, which led with an interview of me. The broadcast was based on my piece in The American Interest, "Hiroshima at 75: A Peek into Our Nuclear Future."   In the interview, I make the case that certain advances in military science have pushed first and early use of nuclear weapons further into the background and more can be done to further these advances. I also explain how civil uses of nuclear energy and the spread of nuclear weapons are related, still worrisome, and not yet favored economically.   
Dec 05, 2019 Interview with Patrick Malone on NPT
Henry Sokolski and Patrick Malone discuss Turkey, the NPT, and nuclear deterrence.
Aug 22, 2019 Arirang Interview on the Growing Rift Between Seoul and Tokyo
South Korean news network Arirang interviews NPEC's executive director on how dangerous the growing rift between Seoul and Tokyo is and what specifically Washington might do to mend it.
Aug 08, 2019 Interview with Patrick Malone on Chernobyl and Nuclear Weapons
Henry Sokolski and Patrick Malone discuss nuclear power, next steps in treaties, and HBO's miniseries "Chernobyl" 
Jun 30, 2019 Arirang Interview on US-DPRK Meeting and Denuclearization
South Korean news network Arirang interviews NPEC's Executive Director on the meeting between US President Donald Trump and North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un in the DMZ and its implications for future talks on denuclearization of the Korean peninsula.
Jun 27, 2019 John Batchelor Show Interview on Nuclear Reactor Sales to Saudi Arabia
John Batchelor interviews NPEC's Executive Director on proposed US sales of nuclear reactors to Saudi Arabia.
Apr 30, 2019 Interview with Patrick Malone on Arms Control
Henry Sokolski and Patrick Malone discuss arms control, the INF, and START. 
Feb 26, 2019 Interview with Patrick Malone on INF and Khashoggi
Henry Sokolski and Patrick Malone discuss withdrawal from the INF and issues after the Khashoggi killing.
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