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Iran Says Geneva Nuclear Deal Requires Sanctions Lifted, Not Suspended

October 23, 2014

IN THIS ISSUE: Iran: nuclear deal requires sanctions lifted, Kerry: Congress doesn't need initial vote on Iran, anti-missile system deployment in Pacific 'threatens peace,' lawmaker raises the spectre of nuclear war, Macfarlane to step down, US said to join Russia in blocking nuclear safety moves.Read more ►

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  • October 21, 2014 Edition
    Obama Sees an Iran Deal That Could Avoid Congress

    IN THIS ISSUE: Obama sees Iran deal avoiding Congress, IAEA says Iran acts to comply with interim deal, nuclear hazards in Kashmir clashes, nuclear weapons deal with US renewed in secret, China says hard to resume cyber security talks with US, cyber security units to protect Russia's stockpiles.

  • October 16, 2014 Edition
    U.S. Stands Firm On Iran Deadline

    IN THIS ISSUE: US stands firm on Iran deadline, Zarif says differences remain, Air Force offers hints on next-gen missile warning system, Russian strategic missile forces create cybersecurity units, Russia develops hybrid fusion-fission reactor, France and S. Africa sign nuclear energy deal.

  • October 14, 2014 Edition
    Engaging China in Nuclear Arms Control

    IN THIS ISSUE: China and arms control, Iran expects progress in nuclear talks, France approves energy transition, Navy to commission missile defense base in Romania, nuclear-capable missile to be tested October 17, Kyushu Electric submits measures for volcanic eruption to nuclear watchdog.

  • October 9, 2014 Edition
    Russia's Deployed Nuclear Capacity Overtakes US For First Time Since 2000

    IN THIS ISSUE: Russia's deployed nuclear capacity overtakes US, S. Korea, US missile defense strategy, Japan and US write new guidelines for military partnerships, Kerry, Ashton, Zarif to meet as deadline looms, Iran 'refused to let in US member of UN nuclear team,' EU backs Hinkley nuclear plant.

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