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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
Apr 28, 2006 Pakistan's Nuclear Posture: Security & Survivability (PRESENTATION)
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. Dr. Lavoy's presented "Pakistan's Nuclear Posture: Security & Survivability" at NPEC's Conference on Pakistan’s Nuclear Future in Washington, D.C.
Presentations
Apr 27, 2006 What Are the Requirements for Pakistan to Field an Effective "Minimum Deterrent" Nuclear Force against India? (PRESENTATION)
Mr. Jones is a senior researcher at the RAND Corporation.
Presentations
Jan 24, 2006 Rethinking Nuclear Terrorism
NPEC's executive directory presented this paper before a Round Table of the Hanns-Seidel Stiftung "Islamistic Terrorism and Means of Mass Destruction" Wildbad/Kreuth, Germany.
Presentations
Oct 31, 2005 Rethinking the Nuclear Terrorism Threat from Iran and North Korea
A presentation by NPEC's executive director made before aSymposium on Terrorism and Weapons of Mass Destruction Grinnell College.
Presentations
Oct 10, 2005 The Wall Street Journal, "The Nobel Goes Nuclear."
The Wall Street Journal publishes an op-ed by NPEC's executive director Henry Sokolski entitled "The Nobel Goes Nuclear."
Op-Eds & Blogs
Sep 07, 2005 What's Needed Now: A Plan B for Iran
Presentations
Jul 13, 2005 New Military Requirements to Block the Bomb's Spread
NPEC's executive director made this presentation before the  National Defense University Foundation's Congressional Breakfast Series at the Capitol Hill Club in Washington, DC.
Presentations
Feb 26, 2005 The Future of U.S. Tactical Nuclear Weapons in Germany and NATO
Presented by by Prof. Dr. Lothar Rühl, at NPEC's conference, "Germany and Nuclear Nonproliferation" held in Berlin, Germany in February 2005. Dr. Rühl is  state secretary (ret.) formerly German ministry of defense, professor of international relations at the Institute for Political Science and European Affairs, University of Cologne.  
Presentations
Feb 16, 2005 Getting Ready For a Nuclear Ready Iran
Testimony of the Nonproliferation Policy Education Center executive director, Henry Sokolski, before The House International Relations Committee "United States Policy Toward Iran: Next Steps."
Testimony & Transcripts
Sep 21, 2004 Yale Global Magazine, "Iran on the Brink."
Yale Global Magazine publishes an article by NPEC's executive director Henry Sokolski entitled "Iran on the Brink." This article was reprinted in the Singapore Straits Times, South China Morning Post, and Korea Herald.
Articles
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