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Apr 16, 2018 UC San Diego Guest Lecture: "Modernizing US Strategic Forces and Arms Control: A Trumpian Agenda"
In April 2018, NPEC's Executive Director gave a guest lecture at the University of California, San Diego on Modernizing US Strategic Forces and Arms Control in the Trump Administration.
Mar 10, 2018 Saudi Arabia and Iran Energy Analyses - Presentations & Drafts
As a part of NPEC's project, "40 Years Hence: Implementing Title V of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Act of 1978," experts were commissioned to assess the economic and environmental efficacy of alternatives to introducing or expanding nuclear power in a number of developing countries. Below are the energy studies on Saudi Arabia and Iran. Studies on Taiwan, and China, as well as analyses of U.S. energy cooperation spending and the feasability of an Energy Peace Corps,a program called for in Section 502 of Title V, are also available.
Mar 10, 2018 Tracking Emerging Asian Nuclear Weapons Doctrines - Presentations & Drafts
As part of NPEC's project, "Tracking Emerging Asian Nuclear Weapons Doctrines," experts were commissioned to study the impact of Russian nuclear military doctrine on the doctrines of China and India. Below are presentations on the preliminary findings of this research.
Mar 10, 2018 U.S. Energy Cooperation Budgets and Energy Peace Corps - Presentations & Drafts
As a part of NPEC's project, "40 Years Hence: Implementing Title V of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Act of 1978," experts were commissioned to assess the economic and environmental efficacy of alternatives to introducing or expanding nuclear power in a number of developing countries. Below are analyses of U.S. energy cooperation spending and the feasibility of an Energy Peace Corps, a program called for in Section 502 of Title V. Studies on Saudi Arabia, Iran, Taiwan, and China, are also available.
Mar 10, 2018 Latest NPEC Research
During NPEC's 2018 Public Policy Fellowship Retreat, NPEC-commissioned authors showcased their latest research. This included analyses of how the energy needs of developing countries can be met without nuclear power, as well as studies of the impact of Russian military nuclear doctrine on those of China and India. The retreat also featured an update on NPEC Wohlstetter Public Affairs Fellow Zachary Keck's project on allied proliferation.
Mar 10, 2018 Should Friends Let Friends Go Nuclear? Allied Proliferation and American Security
During NPEC's 2018 Public Policy Fellowship Retreat, NPEC's Wohlstetter Public Affairs Fellow, Zachary Keck, showcased his latest research. This research is part of a project which will be turned into a book later this year, "Should Friends Let Friends Go Nuclear? Allied Proliferation and American Security."
Mar 10, 2018 China and Taiwan Energy Analyses - Presentations & Drafts
As a part of NPEC's project, "40 Years Hence: Implementing Title V of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Act of 1978," experts were commissioned to assess the economic and environmental efficacy of alternatives to introducing or expanding nuclear power in a number of developing countries. Below are the energy studies on China and Taiwan. Studies on Saudi Arabia and Iran, as well as annalyses of U.S. energy cooperation spending and the feasability of an Energy Peace Corps, program called for in Section 502 of Title V, are also available.
Apr 25, 2017 UC Berkeley Guest Lecture, "How Dark Might East Asia's Nuclear Future Be?"
NPEC's Executive Director gives a guest lecture as a part of the University of California at Berkeley's Nuclear Science and Security Consortium. This presentation is based on NPEC Working Paper 1601, "How Dark Might East Asia's Nuclear Future Be?" 
Jan 23, 2017 NPEC's Executive Director Presents "Informing Nonproliferation with Intelligence: Three Problems" at Hinckley Institute of Politics
On January 23, 2017, NPEC's executive director Henry Sokolski gave a presentation at the Hinckley Institute of Politics at the University of Utah on NPEC's latest findings from a two-year NPEC project, "Speaking Truth to Nonproliferation." 
May 04, 2016 East Asian Nuclerarization: Is Trump Wrong?
Presentation given by Dr. Matthew McKinzie on April 25th at the NPEC hosted dinner seminar "East Asian Nuclearization: Is Trump Wrong?"  
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