Read the presentation here. Today at the Department of State’s conference on “Atoms for Development,” I gave a presentation on the responsibilities for international cooperation for peaceful nuclear technologies. In this presentation, he recommends that the United States and other countries committed to improving the nuclear nonproliferation system need to use all the levers at […]
Read the Conference Paper. Listen to the FAS Podcast: A Conversation With An Expert, featuring my trip to South Korea. From December 2nd to 3rd, I participated in the 9th Republic of Korea-United Nations annual Conference on Disarmament and Non-Proliferation Issues. This year’s conference took place at Jeju, South Korea, which is an island off the southern coast […]
One of the benefits of being an FAS member is gaining access to special events, like conference calls, webcasts, and live chats, with FAS experts. I cordially invite FAS Members to a conference call this Thursday, November 4, 2010, at 2:00 PM EDT. The launching off point will be my forthcoming article in the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, titled, “Next customer, […]
Today I testified before the House Committee on Science and Technology on “Charting the Course for American Nuclear Technology and the Department of Energy’s Nuclear Energy Research and Development Roadmap”. You can read my testimony here.
In his State of the Union Address, President Barack Obama drew attention to nuclear energy, calling for “building a new generation of safe, clean nuclear power plants.” While the president did not go into more details in the address, a misconception on the White House blog about the role of nuclear power has prompted this […]