It is probably not that dangerous, but it is a violation of the lawList of civilian nuke sites posted online Jun 03, 2009
How do you consistently detect North Korea's proliferation activities and stop it? It's very hardN. Korea's nuke activities spark WMD fears May 28, 2009
The schemes are so elaborate, even the most scrupulous companies can be deceivedIran continues to get high-tech equipment Jan 11, 2009
I'm pretty convinced that Syria was trying to build a nuclear reactorSyria nuke site said similar to N. Korea's Oct 24, 2007
They don't have the capability; they'd like to have itIran says it plans 10 nuclear plants Nov 29, 2009
David Albright, M.S., is the founder of the non-governmental Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS), its current president, and author of several books on proliferation of atomic weapons. Albright holds a Master of Science in physics from Indiana University and a M.Sc. in mathematics from Wright State University. He has taught physics at George Mason University in Virginia.
From 1990 to 2001, Albright was a member of the Colorado State Health Advisory Panel, participating in its assessment of the toxicological and radiological effects on the population near the Rocky Flats atomic weapons production site.
1992-97, David Albright was associated with the International Atomic Energy Agency's Action Team. In June 1996, he was invited to be the first non-governmental inspector of Iraq's nuclear program and questioned Iraqi officials about that country's uranium enrichment program.