Henry D. Sokolski is the Executive Director for the Nonproliferation Policy Education Center.
Most nations, and unfortunately our own State Department, mistakenly interpret the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) as recognizing and protecting a country's right to acquire all the technology and materials related to a nuclear energy program so long as it is declared to be for civilian use only and is open to monitoring by the International Atomic…Read More from Advice for the nuclear abolitionists ›
This report is based on commissioned research and commentary of over 30 of the nation’s leading experts on Iran and nuclear proliferation.Read More from Checking Iran’s Nuclear Ambitions ›
Professor Henry Sokolski testifies before a Congressional committee, offering seven proposals to fight weapons proliferation.Read More from Congress hears professor’s nonproliferation policy proposals ›
Some governments involved with proliferation might see the North Korean talks as an end in themselves. So long as we are negotiating, they hope, Washington can hardly risk killing the talks by taking any adverse actions (e.g., terminating the reactors, interdicting weapons-related shipments, identifying Pyongyang at the U.N. as an NPT violator and possibly sanctioning it there,…Read More from Nonproliferation Hinges on North Korea ›