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Jun 05, 2017 Call for NPEC Fellowship Applications 2017

Mar 17, 2011 House Committee on Foreign Affairs Hears Testimony from NPEC's Executive Director, "The Global Nuclear Revival and U.S. Nonproliferation Policy."
NPEC's executive director testifies in front of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs on March 17, 2011, "The Global Nuclear Revival and U.S. Nonproliferation Policy"
Testimony & Transcripts
May 08, 2007 The NPT, IAEA Safeguards and Peaceful Nuclear Energy: An "Inalienable Right," But Precisely To What?
Mr. Zarate presented this essay at Assessing the IAEA's Ability to Safeguard Peaceful Nuclear Energy, a conference held in Paris, France, and hosted by the French foreign ministry, the Fondation pour la Recherche Strategique.
Working Papers & Monographs
Nov 01, 2010 The Untapped Potential of the NPT
In "The Untapped Potential of the NPT" published by the New Atlantis, NPEC's executive director, Henry Sokolski, discusses the need to reinterpret certain articles of the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) in order to maintain the spirit of nuclear weapons nonproliferation. 

Sep 22, 2010 Aspen Institute of Germany Showcases NPEC Critique of U.S. Efforts to Block Iran's Bomb
The Aspen Institute of Germany asked NPEC's Executive Director to assess what the U.S. and its allies could have done better in their efforts to block Iran's development of a nuclear weapons option at the Institute's Strategy Forum.
Working Papers & Monographs
Nov 13, 2006 Can We Track Source Materials Better...Do We Need To?
Mr. Edlow, president of Edlow International, presented this essay before Assessing the IAEA's Ability to Safeguard Peaceful Nuclear Energy, a conference held in Paris, France, and hosted by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Fondation pour la Recherche Strat'gique, and the Nonproliferation Policy Education Center. Part of NPEC's publication Falling Behind: International Scrutiny of the Peaceful Atom.
Articles
Aug 08, 2008 Comment to the NRC on the NRDC's Petition on U.S. Civil HEU
Mr. Sokolski submitted this letter in response to the request for comment in the Nuclear Regulatory Commission´s Notice of Receipt of the National Resources Defense Council´s rulemaking petition to establish a date after which the NRC shall not license the civil use of high enriched uranium except in specific circumstances.
Official Docs & Letters
Jun 09, 2009 How to Resist the Spread of Nuclear Weapons
The Hoover Institute's Policy Review, publishes Avoiding a Nuclear Crowd: How to Resist the Weapon's Spread by NPEC Executive Director Henry Sokolski.
Articles
Jun 11, 2008 The U.S.-Russia Nuclear Cooperation Agreement: The Case for Conditioning
At the hearing, Mr. Sokolski submitted for the record "The Next Phase of U.S.-Russia Civil Nuclear Relations: Opportunities Risks and Choices" (revised June 12, 2008), a background paper by NPEC research fellow Robert Zarate and Mr. Sokolski on impending changes and challenges to the bilateral nuclear parternship.
Testimony & Transcripts
Jun 11, 2008 Overview of The Next Phase of U.S.-Russian Civil Nuclear Relations: Opportunities, Risks and Choices (Updated August 1, 2008)
Mr. Sokolski, NPEC's Executive Director, entered into the record a version of this overview essay during his testimony before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs' June 12th hearing on the U.S.-Russian civil nuclear cooperation agreement.
Working Papers & Monographs
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NPEC Books
     Falling Behind: International Scrutiny of the Peaceful Atom
Mar 2008
     Getting Ready for a Nuclear Ready Iran
Jan 2005
Briefs of Import
from Outside NPEC
Asia Times, Shaun Burnie and Frank Barnaby
Sep 22, 2017
Japan's Bomb in the Basement

Xinhua English (5)
Sep 22, 2017
Japan's TEPCO ordered for 2nd time to pay damages over Fukushima nuclear disaster 

War is Boring, Marcel Serr
Sep 22, 2017
In 2007, Israel Quietly Eliminated Syria’s Nuclear Program 

The Australian, Roje Adaimy
Sep 21, 2017
No commercial demand for nuclear power: PM 

Military Times, Jennifer Peltz
Sep 21, 2017
50 nations ink UN nuclear ban treaty opposed by big powers 

Bloomberg, Stephen Stapczynski (4)
Sep 21, 2017
Nuclear Experts Head to China to Test Experimental Reactors 

Korea JoongAng Daily, Ser Myo-Ja and Wie Moon-Hee
Sep 20, 2017
Korea, U.S. agree on nuclear subs 

NJ Spotlight, Tom Johnson (2)
Sep 20, 2017
Just Say 'No Subsidies for Nukes,' New Jersey Voters Affirm 

Helsinki Times, Aleksi Teivainen
Sep 19, 2017
Fennovoima concedes nuclear power plant construction will be delayed 

Financial Times
Sep 19, 2017
Russian-built nuclear plant revives Chernobyl fears

Wabe 90.1, Molly Samuel (3)
Sep 19, 2017
Georgia Regulators Will Decide On Nuclear Plant Vogtle Next Year 

The Baltic Course, Vilnius
Sep 18, 2017
Lithuania's ambassador in Washington: Russia aiming to intimidate Europe in energy 

Financial Times, Andrew Ward (3)
Sep 17, 2017
Future ownership of Westinghouse shrouded in doubt 

The Post and Courier, John McDermott (2)
Sep 17, 2017
On business: Will Toshiba pull off deal to pay for South Carolina nuclear settlement?

Yonhap News Agency (32)
Sep 17, 2017
U.S. negative to nuclear deployment to S. Korea: opposition lawmakers 

 
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