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Key Targeting Tech for Future U.S. Nuclear Missile Has Gone Unfunded

August 19, 2014

IN THIS ISSUE: Key targeting tech for future US nuclear missile unfunded, IAEA expects progress by deadline in Iran inquiry, letter to the Iranian negotiating team, NRC hacked by suspected foreign powers,'significant damage' to Doel 4 turbine, battle robots to guard Russian missile silos by 2020.Read more ►

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  • August 14, 2014 Edition
    Majlis Supports Iran's Nuclear Negotiating Team: Larijani

    IN THIS ISSUE: Majlis "supports Iran's nuclear negotiating team," backlash after Rouhani calls foes of nuclear deal cowards, US "ready to increase pressure on N. Korea," Bulava missile to be launched in autumn, at-sea ballistic missile launch-detection mission, Sweden plans research nuclear reactor.

  • August 12, 2014 Edition
    Rouhani Calls Iranian Critics of His Nuclear Policy 'Cowards'

    IN THIS ISSUE: Rouhani calls Iranian critics of nuclear policy 'cowards,' Iran Receives $4.2B frozen assets, nuclear reactors in England to be shut down, Doel 4 shuts down, all quiet at N. Korea's Punggye-ri nuclear test site, Senate's good work on nuclear weapons all for naught?

  • August 7, 2014 Edition
    How to Respond to Russia's INF Treaty Violation

    IN THIS ISSUE: How to respond to Russia's INF violation, Iran, US hold nuclear talks, China goes ballistic, activities detected at N. Korea's Yongbyon nuclear site, India-Australia nuclear deal likely next month, Moscow, Astana drafting joint project to build Kazakhstan's first nuclear plant.

  • August 5, 2014 Edition
    China 'Increasing Number of Missile Warheads'

    IN THIS ISSUE: China 'increasing number of missile warheads,' White Paper takes aim at China's maritime provocations, US-Russia nuclear deal stalls, Iran, G5+1 likely to meet for talks in New York, US allocates $225m to Iron Dome, US believes N. Korea still considers use of biological weapons.

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