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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 26, 2010 Council on Foreign Relations Publishes NPEC's Critique of America's Current Arms Control Strategy
The Council on Foreign Relations has released a report it commissioned NPEC's Executive Director to write, "Controlling the Further Spread of Nuclear Weapons", where he argues that the present U.S. approach to arms control overreaches, and that policymakers should include measures that can gain bipartisan support in Congress and do not rely on the legal consent of other states.
Articles
Apr 26, 2010 From Pyongyang with Love
Henry Sokolski details the obstacles brought about by North Korea assisting Syria with its nuclear power efforts. For more, see "Analysts Mull DPRK's Connection to Syrian Nuclear Site," a segment from The News Hour with Jim Lehrer in which Mr. Henry Sokolski appears.
Articles; Audio & Video
Apr 19, 2010 The Nuclear Crowd
In a recent Armed Forces Journal article, NPEC's Executive Director Henry Sokolski discusses "The nuclear crowd: Global proliferation trends that will test America's security."  Mr. Sokolski comments on the recent U.S.-Russian nuclear agreement, and describes implications of U.S. nuclear policy in general.
Articles
Apr 13, 2010 NPEC/Heritage Event: Iran's Nuclear Program: What Do We Know?
NPEC's Executive Director joined Frederick Fleitz and James Philips at the Heritage Foundation for a panel event called "Iran's Nuclear Program: What do We Know?" Highlighting Greg Jones' recent analysis, NPEC's Executive Director detailed how Iran could conceivably get a bomb in 2010, and critiqued analyses that suggest they're years away.
Audio & Video
Apr 12, 2010 PBS NewsHour Interviews NPEC on Nuclear Security Summit
PBS NewsHour's Jeffrey Brown interviewed NPEC's executive director in a segment on the Nuclear Security Summit held in Washington, where at the close of the piece he raised the likelihood that there will be limits on the amount of information nations will be willing to provide each other on internal nuclear security practices.
Interviews; Audio & Video
Apr 05, 2010 Council on Foreign Relations Interviews NPEC on Obama's Nuclear Plans
In an interview with the Council on Foreign Relations, NPEC's Executive Director discusses the prospects for START and CTBT ratification and other elements of President Obama's nuclear nonproliferation policy.
Interviews
Mar 05, 2010 NPEC Releases Study Challenging Seoul's Plan to Recycle Spent Fuel
A new NPEC report by Frank Von Hippel "Spent Fuel Management in South Korea: The Illogic of Pyroprocessing" calls into question South Korea's plans to use pyroprocessing to recycle its spent fuel stores.
Working Papers & Monographs
Feb 23, 2010 NPEC Report: Iran Now on the Brink of Acquiring the Bomb
NPEC releases new analysis by Greg Jones on Iran's uranium enrichment program after the IAEA's latest assessment was released February 18th and finds that Tehran could have the a bomb's worth of material by the end of 2010.
Working Papers & Monographs
Feb 17, 2010 Presentation on the Prospects of Indian-Pakistani Conventional War
Christopher Clary of the Massachussetts Institute of Technology made this presentation on the prospects of Indian-Pakistani conventional war at a recent NPEC meeting hosted by the Lowy Institute in Sydney, Australia.
Presentations
Jan 25, 2010 National Review Online, "Stop Rushing START: How to fight nuclear proliferation without waiting on Moscow."
NPEC's Executive Director explains how to fight nuclear proliferation without waiting on Moscow in an op-ed in National Review Online.
Op-Eds & Blogs
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