George M. Moore Articles

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Putin’s War with Ukraine: Voices of CNS Experts on the Russian Invasion

A compendium of CNS expert analysis and commentary on the nuclear ramifications of the war, as well as educational materials for expert and general audience.

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How international law applies to attacks on nuclear and associated facilities in Ukraine

The postwar international system will need to consider stronger legal measures and consider how to enforce such measures.

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Paid Summer Internships in International Nuclear Safeguards Policy

Applications deadline is March 11, 2022 – tuition-free International Nuclear Safeguards Policy Course and paid internships at the Lawrence Livermore National Lab.

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Nuclear Subs in Australia Will Challenge the Nonproliferation Regime, and China

Acquiring a U.S. or UK submarine, possibly with a joint crew, could be a big first step forward for an Australian nuclear submarine program.

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Masters Students in Dual Degree Program Defend Theses

Students from Russia, the United States and South Korea presented their final papers as the result of their studies in 2019-2021.

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One Potential Victim of Coronavirus? Nuclear Inspections in Iran

The pandemic could lead to greater miscalculation about Iran’s nuclear potential and intentions.

International Nuclear Safeguards Policy and Information Analysis Course Held in Monterey

MIIS students interested in next year’s tuition-free program? Contact MIIS Scientist-in-Residence Dr. George Moore.

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Breaking the Code on Bytes, Bombs, and Spies

George M. Moore’s book review published in The Cipher Brief.

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The “Dirty Bomb” on Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan Is Not Very Accurate

CNS expert speaks out about technical inaccuracies that have the potential to impact the public.

Could low-enriched uranium be used in naval reactors

Reducing Risks from Naval Nuclear Fuel

Laura Rockwood and George Moore offer insights into the nuclear security and proliferation challenges of nuclear-powered submarines.