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Leadership Needed to Solve India-Pakistan Conflict

September 2, 2014

IN THIS ISSUE: Leadership needed to solve India-Pakistan conflict, US sets new sanctions on Iran, Iran optimistic about nuclear deal by deadline, 'Seoul won't oppose US missile inceptors,' NATO debates missile shield against Russia, Russia threatened nuclear attack, says Ukraine Defence Minister.Read more ►

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  • August 28, 2014 Edition
    Iran Redesigning Reactor as Part of Deal

    IN THIS ISSUE: Iran redesigning reactor, Iran 'ready to launch new generation of centrifuges,' against total nuclear disarmament, NATO mulls ways to substitute Dutch contribution, two explosive reminders US and China are in hypersonic arms race, PM Modi eyes breakthrough nuclear pact on Japan trip.

  • August 26, 2014 Edition
    Experimental U.S. Hypersonic Weapon Destroyed Seconds After Launch

    IN THIS ISSUE: Experimental US hypersonic weapon destroyed after launch, China's second hypersonic glider test fails, Iran refuses to open key base to IAEA, Iran FM to meet EU's Ashton for nuclear talks September 1, nuclear weapons and Pakistan's naval strategy, N. Korea ready for more launches?

  • August 21, 2014 Edition
    Navy Kicks Out 34 for Nuke Cheating

    IN THIS ISSUE: Navy kicks out 34 for nuke cheating, Iran moving to meet terms of nuclear deal, missile seasoning spices up the Ukrainian dish, this is INS Arihant, DOD to test army-developed conventional prompt global strike candidate, top secret Air Force bomber program moves forward.

  • August 19, 2014 Edition
    Key Targeting Tech for Future U.S. Nuclear Missile Has Gone Unfunded

    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.

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