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Feb 28, 2012 The Conundrum of Close Calls: Lessons Learned for Securing Nuclear Weapons
 A commentary by Reid Pauly and Scott Sagan shared at NPEC's meeting, "Securing Nuclear Arsenals for the Next Half Century: What Does History Recommend?"
Working Papers
Feb 28, 2012 Peter Feaver: Nuclear Command and Control in Crisis: Old Lessons from New History
A commentary by Peter Feaver shared at NPEC's meeting, "Securing Nuclear Arsenals for the Next Half Century: What Does History Recommend?"
Working Papers
Feb 28, 2012 Greg Giles: Securing Nuclear Arsenals in Times of Political Turmoil: Lessons Learned
 A commentary by Greg Giles shared at NPEC's meeting, "Securing Nuclear Arsenals for the Next Half Century: What Does History Recommend?"
Working Papers
Feb 27, 2012 Feroz Khan: Pakistan: Political Transitions and Nuclear Management
Brigadier General Feroz Khan's presentation at the Naval Postgraduate School on Pakistan: Political Transitions and Nuclear Management
Working Papers
Feb 27, 2012 Feroz Khan: Pakistan: Political Transitions and Nuclear Management
Presentations
Feb 07, 2012 Obama Turns Bush's Nonproliferation Gold Standard into Lead
In an op-ed published by the National Review, NPEC Exec Director looks into Obama's policy reversal and argues that leading and leaning on key nuclear suppliers to adopt the Gold Standard is our only option. Moreover, if the U.S. allows Jordan, Vietnam, South Korea, or Saudi Arabia to make nuclear fuel, it can forget about preventing any other country, including Iran, from doing so.
Op-Eds & Blogs
Nov 21, 2011 Patrick Roberts's Presentation on the Ability of the IAEA to Safeguard Nuclear Materials if Nuclear Power Expands
On Nov 21, 2011, Virginia Tech Professor Patrick Roberts conducted a presentaiton in London entitled "Scaling Up Safeguards: How Well will the IAEA Be Able to Safeguard Nuclear Materials in More States."
Presentations
Oct 07, 2011 Henry Sokolski's Paper Presented at SMU's WMD Proliferation Problems Conference
NPEC's executive director, Henry Sokolski, discusses how the modernization of nuclear weapons and delivery capabilities throughout the world will influence global strategic military competitions over the next two decades. The final version will be published in an edited volume. This paper is a companion piece to his October 4, 2011 presentation on the "Current and Future WMD Proliferation Problems" panel for Southern Methodist University's fourth annual conference on National Security & Defense in Dallas, TX.
Working Papers; Presentations
Jun 09, 2011 Thomas W. Graham: Nuclear Weapons Stability or Anarchy in the 21st Century: China, India, and Pakistan
Graham's paper examines the nuclear weapons competition between China, India and Pakistan and how it may impact the strategic planning of other major countries, including the U.S. and Russia.
Working Papers
Apr 11, 2011 NPEC executive director's Capitol Hill presentation, "After Fukushima: Rethinking the Case for Nuclear Power's Expansion"
NPEC executive director's presentation from the Federation of American Scientists (FAS) and NPEC cohosted event, "After Fukushima: Rethinking the Case for Nuclear Power’s Expansion," held April 11, 2011. The presentation spotlights the risks inherent to additional nuclear reactor sales in the Middle East, a move by reactor manufacturers to compensate for dropping sales in Europe, the United States, and Japan.
Presentations
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