The Asan Institute for Policy Studies hosted the ‘Asan Dosirak with Experts’ titled “Preventing Nuclear Terrorism: Minimizing the Production and Use of Highly Enriched Uranium” with Miles A. Pomper of the Monterey Institute on Wednesday, May 11, 2011.
Mr. Pomper presented his critical view on ‘Preventing Nuclear Terrorism’ and will also discuss with participants on various aspects of it.
Miles Pomper is a Senior Research Associate in the Washington, DC office. Mr. Pomper joined the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies in 2009 as a Senior Research Associate after serving as Editor-in-Chief of Arms Control Today, a post he held since March 2003. Previously, he was the lead foreign policy reporter for CQ Weekly, where he covered the full range of foreign policy issues before Congress, including arms control and proliferation concerns and a Foreign Service Officer with the U.S. Information Agency. His career has also included several years spent covering national security and political issues at the Legi-Slate News Service and the publication of book chapters, analytical articles, and reports for publications, such as Foreign Service Journal, Survival, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, World Politics Review, Nuclear Engineering International, and the Centre for International Governance Innovation. He holds a master’s degree in international affairs from Columbia University and a master’s degree in journalism from Northwestern University.