Fred Wehling is Director of Educational Programs at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies and Associate Professor in the Graduate School of International Policy and Management at the Monterey Institute of International Studies. In addition to teaching courses on policy analysis, nuclear nonproliferation, terrorism, and other topics, Wehling develops online courses and instructional materials and conducts research on terrorism with chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear materials (CBRN).
Cooperative Efforts to Secure Fissile Material in the NIS (with Emily Ewell Daughtry), The Nonproliferation Reivew (2000)
Sustainability: A Vital Component of Nuclear Material Security in Russia (with William C. Potter), The Nonproliferation Review (2000)
Nuclear- and Missile-Related Trade and Developments for Selected Countries, March-June 1999 (with Clay Bowen, Erik Jorgensen, and Gaurav Kampani), Tne Nonproliferation Review (1999)
The material in this overview is drawn from selected abstracts that appear in the Center...
The Four Faces of Nuclear Terrorism (with Charles D. Ferguson, William C. Potter, Amy Sands, and Leonard S. Spector) (2004)
Contributions to Books
Nuclear and Radioactive Threats to Homeland Security: Prevention and Response (with Jeremy Tamsett), Terrorism and Homeland Security: Thinking Strategically about Policy (2008)
The authors focus on the nuclear and radiological threat posed by terrorist groups. After a...
Nuclear Weapons in a Changing Threat Environment (with Pavel Podvig and Jing-dong Yuan), The United States, Russia, and China: Confronting Global Terrorism and Security Challenges in the 21st Century (2008)
While China, Russia, and the United States have begun to adapt their nuclear forces to...
Old Soldiers Never Die: Marshal Akhromeev's Role in Soviet Defense Decision Making, Gorbachev and His Generals: The Reform of Soviet Military Doctrine (1990)
A Review of: “Jack Caravelli. Nuclear Insecurity: Understanding the Threat from Rogue Nations and Terrorists”, Terrorism and Political Violence (2009)
Papers, Reports & Presentations
Panel Discussion - The Power and Promise of Nonproliferation Education and Training: Educational Methodologies, James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, Monterey Institute of International Studies (2009)
Cooperative Monitoring and Its Role in Regional Security (with Kent Biringer, John Olsen, Richard Lincoln, Wayne Einfeld, Pauline Spalding, Ahmed Hasan, and David Betsill), Sandia National Laboratories (1997)
Cooperative monitoring systems can play an important part in promoting the implementation of regional cooperative...
Workshop on Arms Control and Security in the Middle East III (with Ronald Lehman, Peter Jones, Sverre Lodgaard, and John Chipman), Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation (1996)
Ethnic Conflict and Russian Intervention in the Caucasus: Introduction, Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation (1995)
Promoting Regional Cooperation in the Middle East (with Lewis Dunn, Ali Ghezawi, Yoram Avnimelech, Howard Adelman, and Richard Rosecrance), Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation (1995)
Since the inception of the Middle East Peace Process in 1991, arms control and regional...