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Feb 20, 2018 The Washington Post cites NPEC's Executive Director on the stability of the Saudi regime in "Why Trump might bend nuclear security rules to help Saudi Arabia build reactors in the desert"

Feb 20, 2018 The Wall Street Journal quotes NPEC's Executive Director and NPEC-commissioned researcher in "U.S. Pursues Saudi Nuclaer Deal, Despite Proliferation Riskl"

Feb 20, 2018  NPEC's Program Advisor quoted by Bloomberg News in "As Saudis Go Nuclear, U.S. Seeks an Edge Over Great-Power Rivals"

Feb 20, 2018 Bloomberg News cites NPEC's Program Advisor on the risks of spreading nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia in "The Bigger Story Behind the Saudi Reactor Contest"

Feb 01, 2018 NPEC's Executive Director profiled by Congressional Quarterly in "Nonproliferation Expert Schools Hill Aides on the Danger of Nuclear Annihilation"

Jan 31, 2018 The Washington Institute for Near East Policy quotes NPEC Executive Director about proliferation risks in the Middle East in "Saudi Nuclear Talks: Risks and Limitations"

Jan 29, 2018 China Daily cites article by NPEC's Executive Director and NPEC Board Member on Japanese nuclear reactors in "Is Japan moving to renege on no-nuclear weapon policy?"

Jan 19, 2018 The International Institute for Strategic Studies cites op-ed by NPEC's Executive Director and Program Advisor in "Concern over China’s Move Towards Closed Nuclear Fuel Cycle"

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and university professors about proliferation threats and possible new policies and measures to meet them.
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