Miles Pomper’s Articles

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A Carrot-and-Stick Approach to Resolve the INF Treaty Crisis

For 30 years, the INF treaty has proved to be a cornerstone of European security.

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President Trump Ready to Decertify Iran Deal

The end of the JCPOA could have serious, complicating effects on proliferation, regional security, and international trade.

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How Better Cancer Treatment Can Also Mean Better Nuclear Security

A report that the Islamic State almost stumbled upon radioactive material in Mosul–cobalt-60, used in radiation therapy–raises a profound dilemma about cancer treatment in developing countries.

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President-Elect Trump Calls to “Strengthen and Expand” US Nuclear Capability

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What Future Does Nuclear Power Have in an Era of Cheap Energy?

Nuclear power may play a role in future alternative energy sources thanks to safety improvements.

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Summits Made Some Headway on Security

DECEMBER 1, 2016: Nuclear Security Summits are improving the security of vulnerable nuclear material.

Donald Trump August 19, 2015 (Credit: Michael Vadon, Wikimedia Commons)

Trump And Nuclear Weapons: Here’s What’s At Stake

CNS’s William Potter and Miles Pomper on what to expect from President-Elect Trump’s nuclear policy.

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Improving the Security of All Nuclear Materials

A report on legal, political, and institutional options to advance international oversight.

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Africa’s growing and neglected cancer problem: We will all suffer

By helping countries acquire linear accelerators and train associated personnel, the international community has the opportunity to improve public health and security simultaneously.

TRT World Interview with Miles Pomper at the Nuclear Security Summit 2016

The Nuclear Security Summit is a biennial, global-scale meeting to prevent threats of nuclear terrorism.