International Perspectives on Strengthening the Nonproliferation Regime

Testimony Testimony by George Perkovich before the House of Representatives Subcommittee on National Security and Foreign Affars
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The international community must adopt and enforce three new, stronger nonproliferation rules: 1) Limit the spread of fissile material production capabilities; 2) States not in compliance with NPT obligations may not withdraw from the NPT without penalty; and 3) Agreement that states will provide nuclear cooperation to others only if the recipient is implementing the IAEA additional protocol.
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In testimony before the House of Representatives Subcommittee on National Security and Foreign Affairs, Carnegie's George Perkovich says that the international community must adopt and enforce three new, stronger rules: 1) Limits on the spread of fissile material production capabilities to states that do not now possess them; 2) Clearer delineation of states not in compliance with their safeguards and/or NPT obligations may not withdraw from the NPT without penalty; and 3) Agreement that states will provide nuclear cooperation to others only if the recipient is implementing the IAEA additional protocol.

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Source http://carnegieendowment.org/2007/06/27/international-perspectives-on-strengthening-nonproliferation-regime/24f4

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