George M. Moore Articles

Bulletin of Atomic Scientists

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.

Bytes Bombs and Spies Book Cover

Breaking the Code on Bytes, Bombs, and Spies

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

Bulletin of Atomic Scientists

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.

CNS article

No, Robert Mueller Is Not “Radioactive”

As Mueller continues his inquiries into potential Russian interference in the 2016 elections, conspiracy theorists are coming up with wild claims to undermine his credibility.

Life-of-the-Ship Reactors and Accelerated Testing of Naval Propulsion Fuels and Reactors

This special report is a result of the FAS U.S.-French Naval Nuclear Task Force.

43 Young Professionals Complete CNS-LLNL Nuclear Safeguards Policy Course

The course provides important information and skills for those who may be considering a career in safeguards.

Replacing HEU in Naval Reactors

Replacing HEU in Naval Reactors

Report regarding the current status and future use of Highly Enriched Uranium (HEU) for naval propulsion.

Radiological Cancer Therepy (Source: WikiMedia Commons)

Treatment, Not Terror

A new study by Miles A. Pomper, Ferenc Dalnoki-Veress, and George M. Moore, explores how to both promote cancer therapy in developing countries and prevent radiological terrorism.