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Nuclear Abolition & The Next Arms Race
As the U.S. reduces its nuclear arsenal, what might the next arms race look like? Assuming current nuclear trends continue, the next two decades will test America’s security and that of its closest allies as they never have been tested before. Before 2020, the United Kingdom could find its nuclear forces eclipsed not only by those of Pakistan, but of Israel and of India. Soon thereafter, France may share the same fate. read more
Mar 26, 2012 Greg Jones: Facing the Reality of Iran as a De Facto Nuclear State
NPEC Senior Researcher Greg Jones argues that Iran can produce a nuclear weapon in such a short amount of time that it should already be considered a de facto nuclear state. He also claims that neither sanctions, diplomacy, a military strike or any combination of these can prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons. 
Working Papers
Mar 26, 2012 NPR's Talk of the Nation interviews NPEC's executive director on the future of nuclear weapons.
On March 26, 2012 NPR's Talk of the Nation interviewed NPEC Exec Director Henry Sokolski on the topic of Defining Nuclear Security in Face of Modern Threats.
Interviews; Audio & Video
Mar 26, 2012 Testimony before the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, "China's Nuclear Weapons and Fissile Materials Holdings: Uncertainties and Concerns."
NPEC's executive director testifies before the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, "China's Nuclear Weapons and Fissile Materials Holdings: Uncertainties and Concerns"
Testimony & Transcripts
Feb 28, 2012 The Conundrum of Close Calls: Lessons Learned for Securing Nuclear Weapons
 A commentary by Reid Pauly and Scott Sagan shared at NPEC's meeting, "Securing Nuclear Arsenals for the Next Half Century: What Does History Recommend?"
Working Papers
Feb 28, 2012 Nikolai Sokov: Controlling Soviet/ Russian Nuclear Weapons in Time of Instability
A paper by Nikolai Sokov discussed at NPEC's meeting, "Securing Nuclear Arsenals for the Next Half Century: What Does History Recommend?"
Working Papers
Feb 28, 2012 Peter Feaver: Nuclear Command and Control in Crisis: Old Lessons from New History
A commentary by Peter Feaver shared at NPEC's meeting, "Securing Nuclear Arsenals for the Next Half Century: What Does History Recommend?"
Working Papers
Feb 28, 2012 Matthew Bunn: Beyond Crises: The Unending Challenge of Controlling Nuclear Weapons and Materials
A commentary by Matthew Bunn shared at NPEC's meeting, "Securing Nuclear Arsenals for the Next Half Century: What Does History Recommend?"
Working Papers
Feb 28, 2012 Willam Tobey: Comments on the Russia Case
 A commentary by William Tobey shared at NPEC's meeting, "Securing Nuclear Arsenals for the Next Half Century: What Does History Recommend?"
Working Papers
Feb 27, 2012 Feroz Khan: Pakistan: Political Transitions and Nuclear Management
Brigadier General Feroz Khan's presentation at the Naval Postgraduate School on Pakistan: Political Transitions and Nuclear Management
Working Papers
Feb 27, 2012 Mark Stokes: Securing Nuclear Arsenals for the Next Half Century: A Chinese Case Study
A paper by Mark Stokes presented at NPEC's meeting, "Securing Nuclear Arsenals for the Next Half Century: What Does History Recommend?"
Working Papers
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