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Serious Flaws Revealed in U.S. Anti-Missile Nuclear Defense Against North Korea

June 2, 2015

IN THIS ISSUE: Serious Flaws Revealed in U.S. Anti-Missile Nuclear Defense Against North Korea; Obama: There is no military option to stop Iran; Iran's Nuclear Stockpile Grows, Complicating Negotiations; U.S. tried Stuxnet-style campaign against North Korea but failed - sources; North Korea mum on fresh U.S. dialogue offer: sources; Japan body approves plan for nuclear to generate 20-22 pct of powerRead more ►

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    IN THIS ISSUE: 'No Iran deal without military site inspections,' production of Tu-160M strategic bomber, Russia's S-300 missile system to Iran 'when lawsuit settled,' Bushehr II, III power plants, Sendai clears major hurdles for restart, India faces tough question on how to respond to terrorism.

  • May 26, 2015 Edition
    Modi's Strategic Choice: How to Respond to Terrorism from Pakistan

    IN THIS ISSUE: Modi's strategic choice, China's"active defense" strategy, Iran will Allow inspectors to military sites, Russian, Iranian experts finalizing S-300 supply contract, Netanyahu thanks Kerry, China warned over 'insane' plans for new nuclear power plants.

  • May 21, 2015 Edition
    Supreme Leader Renews Opposition to Inspection of Iran's Military Sites

    IN THIS ISSUE: Supreme Leader renews opposition to inspection of military sites, US weighing punishments for Russia's nuclear violations, S. Africa aims to select nuclear power partner, NRA approves restart for Ikata, doubts greet DPRK claims of advance to mini-nuclear weapons, South China Sea.

  • May 19, 2015 Edition
    Kim Orders New Pyongyang Space Entity to Ready October Test-Launch of ICBM: Sources

    IN THIS ISSUE: Kim orders New space entity, Kerry siscusses DPRK nuke threat with China, China's nuclear approval process,' AP doesn't allow unrestrained access, Zarif says, EDF's chief says will bid for Areva's reactor business, US actions may prompt Russia to consider increasing nuclear arsenal.

 
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