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Pentagon Protects Nuclear Modernization Programs in FY17 Budget

February 11, 2016

IS THIS ISSUE: Pentagon Protects Nuclear Modernization Programs in FY17 Budget, Congress Throwing Kitchen Sink at Iran Less Than One Month After Nuclear Deal Takes Effect, North Korea Continues To Evade UN Sanctions To Get Material For Nuclear, Ballistic Missiles Programs: Experts, N.K. Capable of Harvesting Plutonium in Weeks, On Way To Field KN-0, How is Fukushima’s Cleanup Going Five Years After its Meltdown? Not So Well, Reinforcing Deterrence on NATO's Eastern Flank Read more ►

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  • February 9, 2016 Edition
    North Korea’s Space Launch: An Initial Assessment

    IN THIS ISSUE: North Korea’s Space Launch: An Initial Assessment, International Community Sharply Criticizes North Korea’s Rocket Launch, U.S. Hopes to Send Anti-Missile System to South Korea “as Quickly as Possible,” China “Deeply Concerned” Over Discussion on THAAD Missile System Deployment in ROK, Half-Built Nuclear Fuel Plant in South Carolina Faces Test on its Future, Japanese Bill Seeks to Support Reprocessing Business

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  • February 4, 2016 Edition
    NATO report: A 2013 Russian Aerial Exercise was Actually a 'Simulated Nuclear Attack' on Sweden

    IN THIS ISSUE: NATO Report: A 2013 Russian Aerial Exercise was Actually a 'Simulated Nuclear Attack' on Sweden, India Joins the Convention on Supplementary Compensation for Nuclear Damage, German Scientists Launch Nuclear Fusion Experiment, Pressure Mounts on North Korea to Abandon Rocket Launch, World Grows Impatient for Senate to Ratify Test-Ban Treaty, Veolia To Buy Nuclear Waste Startup Kurion

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  • February 2, 2016 Edition
    N. Korea, Planning Rocket Launch, Getting Better at Stealth

    IN THIS ISSUE: N. Korea, Planning Rocket Launch, Getting Better at Stealth, China's nuclear envoy in North Korea amid sanctions push: KCNA, A Nuclear Weapon the U.S. Doesn't Need, With Iran Nuclear Deal in Place, Key Senators Look to Slap New Sanctions on Country, Northeast Asia Braces for Potential N. Korean Rocket Launch, India Is Putting Part of Its Nuclear-Missile Maker Up For Sale

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  • January 28, 2016 Edition
    North Korea Missile Could Launch Early Next Week, Japanese Officials Warn

    IN THIS ISSUE: North Korea Missile Could Launch Early Next Week, Japanese Officials Warn, John Kerry Urges China to Curb North Korea’s Nuclear Pursuits, Why Did Russian Nuclear-Capable Bombers Circumnavigate Japan?, France Eyes Business Deals Amid Rights Protests As Iran Visits, China Admits Nuclear Emergency Response ‘Inadequate’ as Safety Concerns Halt Construction of Two Guangdong Reactors, Gov. Haley Asks SC Prosecutor to Sue Feds Over MOX Project

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