Rethinking the India Nuclear Technology Transfer Deal

Henry Kelly
Michael Krepon
Leonard Weiss


Henry KellyHenry Kelly, Ph.D., is the president of the Federation of American Scientists (FAS). Prior to joining FAS, Kelly spent more than seven years as Assistant Director for Technology in the Office of Science and Technology in the White House. There he helped negotiate and implement administration research partnerships in energy and the environment, information technology, and learning technology. He also convened the President's Information Technology Advisory Committee and translated their advice into a large expansion and refocusing of federal information technology research. Before his tenure at the White House, he was a senior associate at the Congressional Office of Technology Assessment; assistant director for the Solar Energy Research Institute; and worked on the staff of the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency. He is the author of numerous books and articles on issues in science and technology policy. Dr. Kelly received a PhD in physics from Harvard University.

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