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CSIS – The Changing Geopolitics of Nuclear Energy

ANALYSIS/OPINION: The Center for Strategic and International Studies issued an important study on…

University of Sydney – Australia’s future and the U.S. National Technology and Industrial Base

University of Sydney’s U.S. Studies Centre sees opportunities for Australia to strengthen its economy…

IP3 at the 2019 Atlantic Future Forum

IP3 representatives attended the 2019 Atlantic Future Forum on board HMS Queen Elizabeth, at anchor off…
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IP3 at the 2019 U.K. Conservative Party Conference

IP3’s Co-founder and CEO Rear Admiral (Ret.) Michael Hewitt attended the 2019 U.K. Conservative Party…

IP3 and Exelon Visit KEPCO E&C, 11 June 2019

Representatives from IP3 and Exelon met with executives from KEPCO Engineering & Construction Company…

IP3 Director Bud McFarlane on “The New Imperialism” in The Washington Times

ANALYSIS/OPINION: Historians often cite two American qualities to explain why the United States and…

Trump to Huddle With US Energy Executives to Discuss Nuclear Exports

Axios, President Trump is set to meet this afternoon with U.S. energy industry leaders to discuss issues…

National Security, Energy Experts Call for Support of U.S. Nuclear Industry

MCLEAN, VA –The ability of the United States to compete in the international nuclear energy market against the likes of Russia and China is dependent on the strength of our own country’s domestic sector. Without a steady pipeline of skills, innovation, and products, our country will have limited capacity to compete. 

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