CNS Senior Research Associate Miles Pomper at the 2012 Seoul Nuclear Security Summit
CNS Expert Miles Pomper Quoted by Reuters, USA Today, Wall Street Journal and LA Times
March 29, 2012
Miles Pomper, senior research associate at the Monterey Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS), was quoted by several major national and international news outlets while offering his analysis of events at the Nuclear Security Summit in South Korea:
- On March 27, he downplayed the Obama-Medvedev open-mike incident in the Los Angeles Times, criticized the limited scope of the overall summit agenda in an interview with Reuters that was republished widely, and analyzed President Obama’s speech in USA Today.
- On March 23, he assessed South Korea’s goals for the summit in the Wall Street Journal.
In addition, on March 25 CNS Visiting Fellow Bilal Saab spoke to the Associated Press about the situation in Syria, where he believes Islamists are maneuvering to take advantage of the unrest. This report was also republished by numerous media outlets around the world.
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