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2020 to Present

with David Bernell, “Total Immunity or Accountability,” Democracy Paradox, May 13, 2024

with David Bernell, “If We Can Keep It,” Democracy Paradox, April 22, 2024

with David Bernell, “Happy and Free,” Democracy Paradox, April 10, 2024

with David Bernell, “A More Perfect Union,Democracy Paradox, February 26, 2024

with David Bernell, “Trump, Congress, the Border, and Foreign Aid (and Biden Too): Add Contents and Stir,Democracy Paradox, February 7, 2024

with David Bernell, “Republicans: Political Party or Threat to the Country.” Democracy Paradox, January 29, 2024

“Success or Failure in the Ukraine?” January 12, 2024

“US Must Sharpen Attention to Potential Global Crisis Posed by Russia and China,” Just Security, March 9, 2023.

“Moving the Lines in the Ukraine,” Corvallis Gazette Times, February 17, 2023.

“Solving Decarbonization with Nuclear Energy,” Global America Business Institute (GABI), October 25, 2022. Web.

Gorbachev: The Leader We Needed in My Time,” Just Security, September 16, 2022, Web.

Sang-Min Kim, “The Tenth NPT Revcon: “The Tenth NPT Revcon: What’s at Stake for the Global Nuclear Order: Views from Top Nuclear Non-proliferation Experts,” Just Security, July 29, 2022. Web.

Chapter Preface, “Rationality, Alternative Security and the People: Alva Myrdal’s Approach to International Disarmament,” by Peter Wallensteen, in Alva Myrdal: A Pioneer in Nuclear Disarmament: A legacy for 21st Century, Eds. Peter Wallensteen and Armend Bekaj, (Springer, IN PRESS).

“As Putin Lines Ukraine Border with Russian Troops, Is There a China Factor?,” Just Security, January 24, 2022. Web.

“Putin’s Gamble on Ukraine,” Just Security, December 6. 2021. Web.

“The Role of Nuclear Weapons: Why Biden Should Declare a Policy of No First Use,Just Security, September 29, 2021. Web.

With Richard W. Mies, “The Versatile Test Reactor is Crucial for U.S. Global Leadership in Nuclear Energy,” The National Interest, August 3, 2021. Web.

With Mariana Budjeryn, “Taiwan vs.Tyranny: The U.S. Must Redouble Its Commitment to Secure this Shining Hill of Democracy in East Asia,Just Security, June 8, 2021. Web.

With Mariana Budjeryn, “Neither NATO, Nor Nukes: The Answer to Ukraine’s Security is a Strategic Alliance with the United States,”Just Security, 20 May 2021. Web.

“The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty: Delayed Review – Issues Old and New,” Taylor & Francis Online, May 6, 2031. Web.

“The Art of the Possible,” The Institute for 21st Century Questions, February 24, 2021. Web.

With Admiral Richard W. Mies, “As the United States Develops Advanced Reactors, a New Fuel Supply Chain Is Critical to National Security,”Atlantic Council, February 12, 2021. Web.

With Elizabeth Turpen, “The Demise of Arms Control Extends Far Beyond Nuclear Weapons,Just Security, January 22, 2021. Web.

With Admiral Richard W. Mies, “Lifting the DFC Nuclear Finance Ban Supports US National Security Interests,” Real Clear Energy, July 8, 2020. Web.

With Jennifer Gordon, “The Harm of Nuclear Weapons Tests for Peaceful Nuclear Power,” Just Security, June 26, 2020. Web.

“The Trump Administration’s Nuclear Test Delusions,” Just Security, June 10, 2020. Web.

“US Nuclear Energy Leadership: The Way Forward,  Atlantic Council, June 3, 2020. Web.

“Prudence or Folly: A Case for Extending the New START Treaty, American Ambassadors Live!, May 5, 2020. Web.

“Energy and the Threat.” Atlantic Council, January 30, 2020. Web.

2010 to 2019

With Scott Montgomery. Opinion. “Threats of Nuclear Conflict: A Global Review – Part 1.” Global Policy, October 31, 2019. Web.

“The Once and Future Threat of Nuclear Testing.” Just Security, August 30, 2019. Web.

“Reducing Nuclear Dangers on the Korean Peninsula: Bilateral Versus Multilateral Approaches,Journal for Peace and Nuclear Disarmament, May 28, 2019. Web.

“Reducing Nuclear Dangers on the Korean Penisula: Bilateral Versus Multilateral Approaches,” NAPSNet Special Reports, April 8, 2019.  Web PDF_sm.

The Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty and the Origin of the Moratorium,” Friends Committee on National Legislation (FCNL) Invited, 2016.PDF_sm

“A New Pathway to Prohibiting Nuclear Testing.” WMD Junction. James Martin Center For Nonproliferation Studies. Nonproliferation Review (3 June 2014).

The Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty and the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty, the Relationship. Copyright 2014 American Institute of Physics. (2014). NOTE: This article may be downloaded for personal use only. Any other use requires prior permission of the author and the American Institute of Physics.The piece appeared in Nuclear Weapon Issues in the 21st Century. Eds., Pierce S. Cordon, David Hafemeister and Peter Zimmerman. Melville, NY: AIP Publishing. (2014)

Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty under Threat: Iran & North Korea.Baker Center Journal of Applied Public Policy IV.I (2012): 1-28.PDF_sm

2000 to 2009

With David Hafmeister.Nuclear Testing and Proliferation–An Inextricable Connection.” Disarmament Diplomacy (Aug. 2009).

With Max M. Kampelman.Nuclear Weapons: An Existential Threat to Humanity.CTBTO Spectrum 11 (2008): 10-11.PDF_sm

With Russell L. Schweickart.NASA’s Flimsy Argument for Nuclear Weapons.Scientific American (Mar. 2008).

Nuclear Weapons: A Perspective in 2007.Baker Center Journal of Applied Public Policy I.I (Fall 2007): 2-11.PDF_sm

“The Future of the Global Non-Proliferation Regime.National Strategy Forum Review 16.2 (Spring 2007): 10-13.PDF_sm

Nuclear Weapons and World Order. Ambassadors Review (Fall 2006).

Faith and Peace.Dharma World 33 (July/Sept. 2006).

With Leonor Tomero and Leonard Weiss. “Think Again: U.S.-India Nuclear Deal.” Foreign Policy. (July 24, 2006). 

With Dinshaw Mistry. Two Treaties to Contain Missile Proliferation.Disarmament Diplomacy (Spring 2006).

Space Weapons and the Risk of Accidental Nuclear War.Arms Control Today 35.10 (Dec. 2005). PAYWALL.

Nuclear Weapons, We May Self-Destruct.World Today 61.3 (2005): 16-17.PDF_sm

“Sixty Years after Hiroshima: A Nuclear Era.Current History 104.681 (Apr. 2005): 147-52. NOTE: Reprinted with permission from Current History (issue month year). © 2015, Current History, Inc.PDF_sm

Nuclear Non-proliferation and Nuclear Terrorism. Transnational Lawyer 17.1 (2004): 89-95.PDF_sm

With Avner CohenAn NPT for Non-membersBulletin of the Atomic Scientists 60.3 (May/June, 2004): 40-44.

Kjellberg, Nadine,Limits of Unilateralism. Discussion Well Received by Members of Congress,Global Security Institute 30 Oct. 2003.

Introduction. Journal of the Atomic Energy Society of Japan 45.8 (Aug. 2003): 457-58.PDF_sm

National Self-Defense, International Law, and Weapons of Mass Destruction.Chicago Journal of International Law 4.1 (Spring 2003): 1-17.PDF_sm

International Law and the Military Uses of Space.Disarmament Diplomacy, (Mar./Apr. 2002): 4-6.

Squaring the Circle: Can Missile Defense and International Security Be Reconciled?RUSI Journal 146.6 (Dec. 2001): 1 (from remarks made at RUSI on 3 Oct. 2001).

With Blake Mobley.Deliberate Ambiguity in Modern Arms Control and the ABM Treaty.International Spectator, XXXVI.3 (July/Sept. 2001): 19-26. PAYWALL.

With Leonor Tomero.Obligations for Us All: NATO and Negative Security Assurances.Disarmament Diplomacy, 49 (Aug. 2000): 3-7.PDF_sm

International Law and the Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons.” George Washington International Law Review 33.1 (2000): 49-69.PDF_sm

The Promise of Commitments Made.Religions for Peace World Conference on Religion and Peace: Principles Values and Global Security: A Framework for the Future of the NPT, New York (2000): 11-15.PDF_sm

1990 to 1999

Occasional Paper. “The Future of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Regime.Lawyers Alliance for World Security (Nov. 1999): 1-9.PDF_sm

A Farewell to ACDA.Foreign Service Journal 76.9 (Sept. 1999): 24-29.PDF_sm

With Alexander S. Yereskovsky.Cologne: Nuclear Cuts, Limited Missile Defenses.Aviation Week and Space Technology 151.2 (12 July 1999): 70. NOTE: License #116377 Copyrighted 2015. Penton Media. 116377:0315BNPDF_sm 

Occasional Paper.The Relationship Between Non-Proliferation and Nuclear Weapons Use Doctrine.Lawyers Alliance for World Security (July 1999): 1-10.PDF_sm

The Canadian Report: Recommendations for a New Century.Proceedings of Nuclear Arms Control, Non-Proliferation and Disarmament in the Post War Security Environment Conference, 21 Apr. 1998. Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 31 (Summer, 1999): 655-68.PDF_sm

Approaching the Fork in the Road.Ambassadors Review (Fall 1998): 96-98.PDF_sm

South Asia and the Future of Nuclear Non-Proliferation.Arms Control Today 28.4 (May, 1998): 3.

With John Rhienlander.Nuclear Reductions and Nuclear Terrorism: The Future of Nuclear Disarmament.Disarmament Diplomacy 19 (Oct. 1997): 2-3.PDF_sm

The Treaty of Tlatelolco: Its Role in the International Regime of Nonproliferation.” Agency for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin American and Caribbean (OPANAL) Seminar.” Mexico City, Mex. Feb. 1997.PDF_sm

The United States and the Prospects for NPT Extension. Arms Control Today (Jan./Feb. 1995): 3-6.PDF_sm

Issues of NPT Extension.National Security Law Report (Summer 1994): 3-5.PDF_sm

Letter. Science 262 (12 Nov. 1993).PDF_sm

With Edward Ifft. “Legal Aspects of Bi-Lateral Arms Control Treaties.North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation 16.1 (Winter 1991): 1-13.PDF_sm

1980 to 1989

The Duration of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty: Sudden Death or New Lease on Life?Virginia Journal of International Law, 29.1 (Spring 1989): 661-667.PDF_sm

With Ralph Earle, II, Sidney Graybeal, Michael H. Mobbs and Stephen Gorove. “Verification of Arms Control Agreements, New Hope in a New Era,Proceedings Eighty Second Meeting, The American Society of International Law (21 Apr. 1988): 63-80.PDF_sm

Article Quoting Amb. Graham

[Quoting Thomas Graham, Jr.] Day, Paul. “US Nuclear Investment Expected to soar after DFC Ban Lifted.” Reuters Events Nuclear (July 7, 2020). Web.

[Quoting Thomas Graham, Jr.] Osnos, Evan.Trump’s Irrational Hatred of the Iran Deal.The New Yorker (Oct. 23, 2017). Web.

Book Reviews by Amb. Graham

Hall, Bennett “Just Say No to Nukes,” Corvallis Gazette-Times, 29 Jan. 2018.

“From Ryan with LoveFrom Rya, with Love,” Rev. of Able Archer 83: The Secret History of the NATO Exercise That Almost Triggered Nuclear War, ed. Nate Jones (New York: New Press, 2016). Nonproliferation Review, 24:3-4. 373-378.

Reestablishing Balance in the NPT,” Rev. of Interpreting the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty, by Daniel Joyner. The Non-proliferation Review, Monterey Institute, 19.1 (Mar. 2012): 137-41. PAYWALL. [NOTE: This is an Accepted Manuscript of an article published by Taylor & Francis in The Nonproliferation Review available online.]

“Remember Arms Control?Review of  Multilateral Diplomacy and the NPT: An Insider’s Account, by Jayantha Dhanapala with Randy Rydel. Current History 104.684 (Oct. 2005). [Reprinted with permission from Current History.]PDF_sm

“Avoiding the Tipping Point,” Rev. of The Nuclear Tipping Point: Why States Reconsider Their Nuclear Choices, eds. Kurt Campbell, Robert Einhorn and Mitchell Reiss. Arms Control Today 34.9 (Nov. 2004).