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May 10, 2019 UC San Diego Guest Lecture: "Nuclear Exports to Riyadh: Risky Business"
In April 2019, NPEC's Executive Director gave a guest lecture at the University of California, San Diego on the possibility of US nuclear cooperation with Saudi Arabia.
Apr 29, 2019 April 29 Dinner - When Friends Let Friends Go Nuclear
On April 29, NPEC hosted a dinner seminar to feature the research of its Wohlstetter Public Affairs Fellow, Zachary Keck, "When Friends Let Friends Go Nuclear." The dinner also featured comments by Frank Rose of the Brookings Institution.
Apr 26, 2019 Nuclear Policy 101 Student Presentations
Apr 10, 2019 Lt. Gen. Chip Gregson at UC San Diego: "The IndoPacific: Big Things, Wicked Problems, No Solutions"
On April 10, 2019, NPEC flew Lt. Gen. Chip Gregson to give a public lecture at the University of California, San Diego, "The Indo-Pacific: Big Things, Wicked Problems, No Solutions,"
Mar 21, 2019 March 21 Dinner - The Chinese Nuclear Threat: What Might It Be?
On March 21, 2019, NPEC hosted a dinner seminar on the Chinese Nuclear Threat. The seminar featured presentations by Dean Cheng of the Heritage Foundation, James Howe of Vision Centric, and Henry Sokolski of the Nonproliferation Policy Education Center.
Feb 22, 2019 2019 NPEC Public Policy Retreat Presentations
During NPEC's 2019 Public Policy Fellowship Retreat (February 22-23, 2019), NPEC-commissioned authors showcased their latest research. Presentations included analyses of missile proliferation threats; studies on the impact of Russian strategic military doctrine on those of India and Pakistan; the future of space controls; and a discussion of the issues of timely warning and nuclear diversions.
Feb 21, 2019 February 21 Dinner - Our National Security Past: Too Sensitive to Make Public?
On Februayr 21, 2019, NPEC hosted a dinner seminar on US declassification. The seminar featured presentations by William Inboden of the University of Texas, Austin; Richard Immerman of Temple University; Robert Jervis of Columbia University; and William Tobey of Harvard University.  
Feb 12, 2019 Peter Bradford at the Hinckley Institute of Politics: "The Future of Nuclear Power in Utah"
On February 12, 2019, NPEC flew Peter Bradford to the University of Utah to give a number of talks. One lecture at the Hinckley Institute of Politics was recorded; a video of the lecture is below.
Jan 17, 2019 January 17 Workshop - Defending America's Place in Space: Future Threats and Rules
On January 17, NPEC and the American Bar Association Standing Committee on Law and National Security co-sponsored a day-long workshop, "Defending America's Place in Space: Future Threats and Rules." The workshop featured a number of discussants who gave short talks in order to kickstart longer discussions: Robert Latiff, Former Director of Advanced Systems and Technology, National Reconaissance Office; Brian Chow, Former Senior Physical Scientist, RAND Corporation; Melissa de Zwart, Professor and Dean of Law, Adelaide School; Jack Beard, Professor of Law, University of Nebraska College of Law; Jamie Morin, Vice President of Defense Systems Operations, Aerospace Corporation; and Pete Worden, Chairman, Breakthrough Prize Foundation.
Jul 26, 2018 University of Chicago Guest Lecture: "A Trumpian Arms Control Agenda: What Could It Be?"
In July 2018, NPEC's Executive Director gave a guest lecture at the University of Chicago on US arms control under the Trump Administration. 
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