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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 16, 2007 Indo-Iranian Ties: Thicker than Oil
Dr. Fair, a South Asia and terrorism specialist at the U.S. Institute of Peace's Center for Conflict Analysis and Prevention, presented an earlier version of this essay before an NPEC workshop dinner. This essay, also available on The Middle East Review of International Affairs' website, examines the nature and extent of the Indo-Iranian relationship.
Working Papers
Mar 15, 2007 Is the North Korea Deal Worth Celebrating?
In this online CFR debate, Henry D. Sokolski, executive director of the Nonproliferation Policy Education Center, and Andrew J. Grotto, senior national security analyst at the Center for American Progress, served as discussants.
Presentations
Jan 21, 2007 Pakistan's Nuclear Posture: Security and Survivability
Dr. Lavoy is director of the Center for Contemporary Conflict, and senior lecturer in the Department of National Security Affairs at the Naval Postgraduate School.
Working Papers
Dec 15, 2006 The Wall Street Journal, Hair-Raising New World."
This op-ed is also available on The Wall Street Journal's website.
Op-Eds & Blogs
Nov 15, 2006 The New Atlantis, "Too Speculative? Getting Serious About Nuclear Terrorism."
Mr. Sokolski's article is also available on The New Atlantis' website.
Articles
Nov 13, 2006 Financing IAEA Verification of the NPT
Dr. Shea, a senior policy advisor (nonproliferation) at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, presented this essay before Assessing the IAEA's Ability to Safeguard Peaceful Nuclear Energy, a conference held in Paris, France, and hosted by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Fondation pour la Recherche Strat.
Working Papers
Nov 13, 2006 Wide Area Environmental Sampling in Iran: An Order of Magnitude Study (PRESENTATION)
Mr. Dillon, an independent consultant formerly with the International Atomic Energy Agency, presented this essay before "Assessing the IAEA"s Ability to Safeguard Peaceful Nuclear Energy", a conference held in Paris, France, and hosted by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Fondation pour la Recherche Strat
Presentations
Sep 13, 2006 Security Issues Related to Future Pakistani Nuclear Power Program
Dr. Braun is a science fellow at Stanford University's Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, Center for International Security and Cooperation (FSI-CISAC). His paper addresses prospects for expansion of current Pakistani nuclear power program, and the dangers to national safety and security such expansion entails due to rapid expansion, and the potential military or terrorist attacks against future nuclear power plants.
Working Papers
Sep 03, 2006 Will India Be a Better Strategic Partner Than China?
Mr. Blumenthal is a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute.
Working Papers
Aug 17, 2006 National Review Online, "When Clever Gets Dumb: On Washington's Iran Deal."
NPEC exectuive Director discusses Washington's Iran deal as an exercise in futility. hin his Op-ed, When Clever Gets Dumb, for the National Review Online.
Op-Eds & Blogs
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