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U.S. says ready to defend against North Korean nuclear threat

October 8, 2015

IN THIS ISSUE: U.S. says ready to defend against North Korean nuclear threat, AP INVESTIGATION: Nuclear black market seeks IS extremists, Pakistan seeks international cooperation for nuclear energy: FO, What a US-Pakistan nuclear deal could mean for India, Israeli security after the nuclear deal with Iran, The Repercussions of South Korea’s Pro-Nuclear Energy PolicyRead more ►

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  • October 6, 2015 Edition
    Politics versus Policy: Follow-up to the Iran Nuclear Agreement

    IN THIS ISSUE: Politics versus policy: follow-up to the Iran nuclear agreement, Iran parliamentary panel gives conditional nod to nuclear deal, global nuclear facilities 'at risk' of cyber attack, experts: North Korea's not preparing for a satellite launch, IAEA detects expanded activities at N. Korea's nuclear facility, Netanyahu on Iran deal: 'Let's look forward'

  • October 1, 2015 Edition
    A Realistic Approach to Solving Japan’s Plutonium Problem

    IN THIS ISSUE: A Realistic Approach to Solving Japan’s Plutonium Problem, Seoul to develop 800km missile by 2017, North Korea prepared to launch missiles 'at any time', says ambassador, Jeremy Corbyn, Labour Party Leader, Says He’d Never Use Nuclear Weapons, Russian nuclear sub carrying Bulava missiles arrives in Kamchatka, NDAA Conference Report Supports Possible East Coast Missile Defense Site

  • September 29, 2015 Edition
    Wagging the Plutonium Dog: Japanese Domestic Politics and Its International Security Implications

    IN THIS ISSUE: Wagging the plutonium dog: Japanese domestic politics and its international security implications, how to calm today's nuclear hysteria, a U.S.-Russian arms treaty could be in trouble, parties in Iran nuclear deal aim for implementation in early 2016, Iran's president says his country will stick to nuclear deal, satellites, warheads and rockets: is North Korea's space program really about missile development?

  • September 24, 2015 Edition
    Kremlin Threatens Response to U.S. Nuclear Bomb Deployment in Germany

    IN THIS ISSUE: Kremlin Threatens Response to U.S. Nuclear Bomb Deployment in Germany, N.Korea Tidying Up Rocket Launch Site, S. Korea, U.S. reaffirm close coordination against NK provocation, Pentagon Says Chinese Sub That Can Hit U.S. to Go on Patrol Soon, Chinese reprocessing plant to start up in 2030, India can’t reinvent language of liability, says GE chief

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