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Apr 22, 2021 The New Day After: Accurate Missiles in the Middle East
Uzi Rubin, founder and first director of the Israel Missile Defense Organization (IMDO) in the Israel Ministry of Defense (MoD), briefs the group on how precise missile and drone attacks can cause near-nuclear scale damage against states like Israel.
Apr 12, 2021 Lecture at University of San Diego on "Dr. Strangelove's New Passion: Precision-Guided Mayhem"
On April 12, 2021, NPEC Executive Director Henry Sokolski gave a lecture to University of San Diego students on the subject of "Dr. Strangelove's New Passion: Precision-Guided Mayhem."
Mar 25, 2021 Lecture at University of Utah on, "Dr. Strangelove's New Passion: Precision-Guided Mayhem"
On March 24, 2021, NPEC Executive Director Henry Sokolski gave a lecture to University of Utah students on the subject of "Dr. Strangelove's New Passion: Precision-Guided Mayhem."
Mar 11, 2021 The Next China Syndrome: Taiwanese Reactors' Vulnerability to Missile and Drone Strikes
This is the first series of workshops the center will be holding and to kick off this working group, Ian Easton of Project 2049 has agreed to brief us on China's targeting of Taiwan's reactors, which recently made the news. In addition, Henry Sokolski will be sharing research NPEC has conducted on the impact of such strikes.  
Mar 03, 2021 Lecture at University of Southern California, "Teaming Policy and Intelligence to Block the Bomb's Spread: What's Worked, What Hasn't"
On March 3, 2021, NPEC Executive Director Henry Sokolski gave a lecture to University of Southern California students on the subject of "Teaming Policy and Intelligence to Block the Bomb's Spread: What's Worked, What Hasn't."
Feb 23, 2021 Blocking the Gateways to Nuclear Disorder: Iran, Turkey, and Saudi Arabia
 The following presentation was given by Wohlstetter Fellow John Spacapan at NPEC's Public Policy Fellowship Research Retreat on February 23, 2021.
Feb 22, 2021 NPEC's Public Policy Fellowship Research Retreat 2021
Feb 05, 2021 The Congressional Study Group on Foreign Relations and National Security Session on the Export and and Proliferation of Civilian Nuclear Technology
On Friday, February 5th from 12:30pm to 2:00pm EST via Zoom, Brookings Institution hosted a Congressional Study Group focussing on the major subject of policy discussions over the next several years: the export and proliferation of civilian nuclear technology. Over the course of the Biden administration's first term, the United States will have to decide not only whether to re-enter a nuclear agreement with Iran, but also whether to renew or amend U.S. civilian nuclear cooperation agreements with Egypt (2021), Morocco (2021), South Korea (2021) and Turkey (2023), enter into an agreement with Saudi Arabia, and resume or expand nuclear cooperation with Russia and China. But what input does Congress have into these decisions? And how could it choose to structure legal authorities differently if it wanted to expand that role? For this session, they were joined by two outside experts who have worked extensively on these issues: Henry Sokolski of the Nonproliferation Policy Education Center; and Eldon Greenberg, a former Deputy General Counsel at USAID among other senior government positions. The following is a recording of their presentations.    
Feb 04, 2021 Lecture at University of San Diego, "Precision Destruction: Will We Aim to Inflict Indiscriminate Harm?"
On February 4, 2021, NPEC Executive Director Henry Sokolski gave a lecture to the University of San Diego students on the subject of "Precision Destruction: Will We Aim to Inflict Indiscriminate Harm?"  
Dec 10, 2020 Nuclear Triad Symposium
The 20th Nuclear Triad Symposium was streamed virtually  live from Bossier City, LA Dec. 10 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. EST. This virtual symposium was hosted by the Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies (MI), the Cyber Innovation Center (CIC) and the Louisiana Tech Research Institute (LTRI). The symposium addressed challenges the United States faces in pursuing the currently adopted nuclear modernization roadmap, with a review of the Ground Based Strategic Deterrent (GBSD), the Columbia class submarine, the future planned bomber strategy, and the connected arms control and proliferation issues. Hypersonic technology as well as showcase the work of the symposium’s sponsors — MI, CIC, and LTRI — was also highlighted. The following videos are from Henry Sokolski's presentation.    
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