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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
Nov 11, 2008 The Next Arms Race (DRAFT)
For more, see The Economist"s "Nuclear Disarmament: What to Do with a Vision of Zero" (November 13, 2008), which cites Sokolski"s views on possible future strategic nuclear competitions
Working Papers
Oct 26, 2008 The Interpreter, "U.S.-India Deal: The Law of Unintended Consequences."
Mr. Sokolski's original blog post, with hyperlinks, is available at the Lowy Institute's website. For related news that cites Sokolski's views, see "When Nuclear Sheriffs Quarrel: Fighting the Nuclear Fight" (October 31, 2008) by The Economist.
Articles
Sep 28, 2008 Forbes, "Go Slow On The Indian Nuclear Deal: There is much to be lost if we act in haste."
This article is also available on Forbes.com.
Articles
Sep 27, 2008 Pakistan 2020: The Policy Imperatives of Pakistani Demographics
Mr. Cohen is associate vice president for research and programs at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), He presented a version of this essay at NPEC's July 2008 workshop symposium, Pakistan"s Nuclear Future: Reining in the Risks.
Working Papers
Sep 18, 2008 The Indo-Pakistani Nuclear Confrontation: Lessons from the Past, Contingencies for the Future
Dr. Joeck is a Senior Fellow at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's Center for Global Security Research, and served from 2004 to 2005 as Director for Counterproliferation Strategy at the National Security Council. He presented a version of this paper at NPEC's July 2008 workshop symposium, Pakistan's Nuclear Future: Reining in the Risks.
Working Papers
Sep 06, 2008 Nuclear Supplier Group (NSG) exemption waiver
Nuclear Supplier Group (NSG) formulates waiver to allow India to use nuclear technology even though it has not signed the NPT.
Official Docs & Letters
Aug 16, 2008 The Hindu, "Tighten Draft Waiver for India, NSG Urged."
More than 150 non-proliferation activists, including NPEC's executive directory Henry Sokolski, and anti-nuclear organizations across the world, have written to German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeir in his capacity as chair of the Nuclear Suppliers Group to demand the proposed exemption for India from the cartel’s export rules be tightened to ensure no damage is done to the global non-proliferation regime. Read more in The Hindu, "Tighten Draft Waiver for India, NSG Urged."
Articles
Aug 07, 2008 The New Atlantis, "Nuclear Policy and the Presidential Elections."
This article for The New Atlantis is also available on their website.
Articles
Jul 18, 2008 Private Letter to Secretary of State Rice on the U.S. India Nuclear Deal
In this letter, Senators Joe Biden and Richard Lugar inform Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice of concerns regarding still-outstanding problems with the U.S.-India nuclear deal.
Official Docs & Letters
Jul 10, 2008 The Wall Street Journal, "Negotiating India's Next Nuclear Explosion"
This op-ed is also available for subscribers on the Wall Street Journal's website.
Op-Eds & Blogs
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