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Apr 20, 2018 Washington and Moscow should focus on keeping nuclear energy out of the Middle East
NPEC's Executive Director and Alexander Savelyev publish a new piece in The Hill, "Washington and Moscow Should Focus on Keeping Nuclear Energy Out of the Middle East."
Apr 10, 2018 Want Nuclear Controls on Riyadh? Start with Seoul
NPEC's Executive Director and Program Advisor publish a new piece in the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, "Facing Reality in the US-Saudi Nuclear Agreement: South Korea."
Mar 20, 2018 How to Steer the Saudi Crown Prince Away from a Nuclear Weapon
NPEC's Executive Director and Program Advisor publish a new op-ed in The National Interest, "How to Steer the Saudi Crown Prince Away from a Nuclear Weapon"
Mar 14, 2018 A Cautionary Tale for Dealing with Riyadh
NPEC's Executive Director publishes a new piece in The Hill, "A Cautionary Tale for Dealing with Riyadh," detailing the proliferation risks of reaching a civilian nuclear cooperative deal with Saudi Arabia without restrictions on uranium enrichment or spent fuel reprocessing.
Mar 06, 2018 5 Myths about Saudi Arabia's Nuclear Program
NPEC's Executive Director publishes a new op-ed in The National Interest, "5 Myths about Saudi Arabia's Nuclear Program."
Mar 02, 2018 Cutting a Permissive Nuclear Deal with Saudi Arabia -- Playing with Fire
NPEC's Program Advisor and Executive Director publish a piece in Foreign Policy, "Don't Give Saudi Arabia An Easy Path to Nukes." 
Feb 22, 2018 No to a Permissive US-Saudi Nuclear Deal
NPEC's Executive Director and Program Advisor publish a new op-ed in the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, "No to a Permissive US-Saudi Nuclear Deal," about the importance of sticking to the nonproliferation Gold Standard in any nuclear deal with Saudi Arabia.
Feb 09, 2018 Understanding the US-Saudi Nuclear Cooperation Controversy
Secretary of Energy Rick Perry seems to be in a rush to strike  formal US 123 nuclear cooperative agreement with Saudi Arabia that would be "flexible" on the question of whether or not Riyadh could enrich uranium or separate plutonium from spent reactor fuel -- the same nuclear activities that the world is rightly worried Iran might use in several years to make bombs under the provisions of the current Iran nuclear deal. None of this will help “fix” the Iran nuclear deal’s allowance for Tehran to enrich and reprocess in several years. Instead, it will only signal to the Gulf States and the world that Washington is not that concerned about preventing the spread of the most dangerous nuclear weapons-related technologies in the most dangerous region of the world. The House and Senate should ask questions and hold hearings to shape these negotiations well before they produce any final text whose terms we might later regret.
Feb 08, 2018 Is a US 123 with Saudi Arabia Necessary?
Memo questioning the need for a US 123 nuclear cooperative agreement with Saudi Arabia.
Feb 05, 2018 A Poorly Negotiated Saudi Nuclear Deal Could Damage Future Regional Relationships
NPEC Executive Director Henry Sokolski and NPEC Board Member William Tobey publish a new op-ed in The National Interest, "A Poorly Negotiated Saudi Nuclear Deal Could Damage Future Regional Relationships," about the dangers of a lax nuclear cooperative agreement with Saudi Arabia. 
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