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The Nonproliferation Regime

The Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons or Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT) represents three basic bargains. The first is encapsulated in Articles One and Two of the treaty. They prohibit states with nuclear weapons from transferring them or the means to make them to states that lack nuclear weapons, and ban nonweapons states from acquiring them. The second NPT bargain is set forth in Articles Three, Four, and Six. These articles stipulate that the nuclear weapons states will negotiate in good faith to disarm and will share the benefits of peaceful nuclear energy with nonweapons states. In exchange, the nonweapons states pledge not to acquire nuclear weapons and to allow international inspections of their civilian nuclear facilities and materials to verify whether non-nuclear weapons states are in compliance with the treaty and are not diverting peaceful nuclear activities or materials to make nuclear weapons.

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Oct 24, 2002 National Review Online, "Lets Not Do It Again: To Go Forward, We must Admit Amy Carter Was Right."
This op-ed for National Review Online is also available on their website.
Op-Eds & Blogs
Oct 21, 2002 The Weekly Standard, "Breeding Nukes: Why is the U.S. Government Risking the Spread of Plutonium Around the World"
This article for The Weekly Standard is available for subscribers on their website.
Articles
Sep 01, 2002 Contending with a Nuclear North Korea
An article for Joint Force Quarterly.
Articles
Aug 06, 2002 The Asian Wall Street Journal, "A Bad Deal Gets Worse."
This op-ed for The Asian Wall Street Journal by  NPEC's exectuive director, Henry Sokolski, and Victor Gilinsky, an energy consultant and former member of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, is nolonger available on their website. 
Op-Eds & Blogs
Aug 04, 2002 The Asian Wall Street Journal, "These North Korean Reactors Light Up Danger Signals."
This commentary by Victor Gilinsky and Henry Sokolski for The Washington Post is also available on their website.
Op-Eds & Blogs
Jun 10, 2002 The Weekly Standard, "A Pox on both our Houses: Moscow and Washington are Playing with Nuclear Matches"
Op-Eds & Blogs
Feb 01, 2002 Reactor Construction and Inspection Schedule and Plutonium Production Projections for North Korean KEDO Reactors
Reactor construction and inspection schedule and plutonium production projections for North Korean reactors generated by NPEC and a revised version prepared by the Korean director of the KEDO project.
Working Papers
Jan 25, 2002 Post 9/11 Nonproliferation
This article for the Foreign Policy Research Institute is also available on their website.
Articles
Dec 19, 2001 National Review Online, "Korean Power."
Korean Peninsula Energy Development Organization's Deputy Director and NPEC's Executive Director and NPEC's advisory board member exchange views on the need to get nuclear inspectors into North Korea now in an op-ed for National Review Online.
Op-Eds & Blogs
Dec 07, 2001 National Review Online, "Holding North Korea Accountable: Get Nuclear Weapons Inspectors into North Korea Now."
This op-ed for National Review Online by Victor Gilinsky and Henry Sokolski is no longer available on their website.
Op-Eds & Blogs
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founded in 1994 to promote a better understanding of strategic weapons proliferation issues. NPEC educates policymakers, journalists,
and university professors about proliferation threats and possible new policies and measures to meet them.
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