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The Future of U.S.-ROK Nuclear Cooperation

March 31, 2015

IN THIS ISSUE: The Future of U.S.-ROK nuclear cooperation, Iran nuclear talks reportedly close to statement, how France became an Iran hawk, construction starts on Hongyanhe 5, India's nuclear deal with Australia running into turbulence, US veterans reveal 1962 nuclear close call dodged in Okinawa.Read more ►

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  • March 24, 2015 Edition
    Nuclear Experts Remain Optimistic About Iranian Negotiations

    IN THIS ISSUE: Nuclear experts remain optimistic about Iranian talks, IAEA unsure about Iran's past nuclear activity, Pakistan wants short-range nuclear weapons, Shaheen-3 missile to cover Indian second strike, Pentagon has done 'bad job' of defending nuclear triad, Lugar pursues nonproliferation.

  • March 19, 2015 Edition
    Iran, P5+1 Tackle Final Hurdles to Accord

    IN THIS ISSUE: Iran, P5+1 tackle final hurdles to accord, securing irreversible IAEA safeguards, wider cooperation with Iran would be in the EU's strategic interest, proliferation and the PKK, missile sale to Turkey confirmed, two more power companies to scrap aging nuclear reactors.

  • March 17, 2015 Edition
    An Unnoticed Crisis: The End of History for Nuclear Arms Control?

    IN THIS ISSUE: The end of history for arms control?, Corker may move on Iran bill next week, Iranian Parliament wants final nuclear deal to go to UNSC, Seoul fires back at China's opposition to THAAD, nuclear threat perceptions, Russian strategic bombers to be redeployed to Crimea amid snap check.

  • March 12, 2015 Edition
    Nuclear Security: A Turkish Perspective

    IN THIS ISSUE: A Turkish perspective to nuclear security, 'bad' deal with Iran better than no deal, Kerry says Congress cannot modify any Iran-US deal, N. Korea's nuclear and rocket test sites, tensions over INF, Russia declares right to deploy nuclear weapons to Crimea.

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