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In Reprieve to Obama, Senate Democrats Agree to Wait on Iran Sanctions

January 29, 2015

IN THIS ISSUE: Senate Dems to wait on Iran sanctions, Pakistan criticizes India's inclusion in NSG, restart of Yongbyon reactor?, Trident 'could quit Scotland for Wales,' USAF seeks Minuteman replacement, US nuclear scientist offered to help Venezuela build nuclear bombs, gets 60 months.Read more ►

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  • January 27, 2015 Edition
    Looking Beyond the Interim Deal

    IN THIS ISSUE: Looking beyond the interim deal, nuclear deal moves, but some way still to go, U.S. nukes cost $348B over next decade, Menendez could delay Iran sanctions measure until March, U.S. 'cannot stop' Russian nuclear missiles, U.S. military eyed nuclear option for Japan in 1950s: documents.

  • January 22, 2015 Edition
    ROK-U.S. Civil Nuclear and Nonproliferation Collaboration in Third Countries

    IN THIS ISSUE: ROK-U.S. civil nuclear and nonproliferation collaboration in third countries, South Korea's search for nuclear sovereignty, another Iran extension 'possible,' Senate showdown with Obama over Iran sanctions, Russia orders snap nuclear missiles test, Russia's amended military doctrine.

  • January 20, 2015 Edition
    Russia Ends U.S. Nuclear Security Alliance

    IN THIS ISSUE: Russia ends US nuclear security alliance, Iran, Russia agree on delivery of S300 defense system, Modi government to re-engage US on nuclear deal, Pakistan's fourth nuclear reactor at Khushab operational, no sign of test preparations at Punggye-ri, Iran just cancelled space program.

  • January 15, 2015 Edition
    U.S. Lawmakers Push Ahead on Iran Sanctions

    IN THIS ISSUE: Lawmakers push ahead on Iran sanctions, will Iran play ball in nuke talks?, China renews atomic ambition in 2015, UK scrutiny of Chinese nuclear tie-up, nuclear progress 'possible' on Obama India visit, spent nuclear fuel could again be headed to Idaho National Laboratory.

 
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