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Major Terror Attack Against India Could Trigger Nuclear War: Experts

February 26, 2015

IN THIS ISSUE: Major terror attack against India 'could trigger nuclear war,' Russia to build rail-mobile missile systems, US, Iran positive after talks, deterring an Iranian nuclear breakout, Navy conducts 155th test flight of Trident II D5 missile, Turkey drives hard bargain over missile deal.Read more ►

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  • February 24, 2015 Edition
    U.S., Iran Explore Option of 10-Year Nuclear Freeze

    IN THIS ISSUE: U.S., Iran explore 10-year nuclear freeze, CIA's nuclear-bomb sting, Turkey's interests and Tanideh, Russo-Turkish nuclear cooperation: a template for the future?, France warns of nuclear industry shake-up, MOX imports have cost at least ¥99.4 billion, much higher than uranium fuel.

  • February 19, 2015 Edition
    A Failed Effort to Toughen Nuclear Safety Standards

    IN THIS ISSUE: A failed effort to toughen nuclear safety standards, new round of Iran nuclear talks, fear of Israeli leaks in Iran talks, Russian shipbuilder sets post-Soviet record, foreign advisers fear for loss of nuclear regulator's independence, S. Korea's self-defense needs.

  • February 12, 2015 Edition
    U.S. Company Plans Interim Waste Facility

    IN THIS ISSUE: US company plans interim waste facility, Russian nuclear missile detection capability limited by satellite launch delays, AF conducts massive protected MILSATCOM test, nuclear experts put government on notice, Takahama reactors clear NRA safety checks, Seoul and DC nuclear accord.

  • February 10, 2015 Edition
    Tracking India's Imported Uranium

    IN THIS ISSUE: Tracking India's imported uranium, India clears air on nuclear liability, when it comes to nuclear weapons, words are deeds, Obama sees no reason to extend Iran talks, the Ayatollah backs good nuclear deal, creative thinking gets Iran nuclear negotiations closer to a deal.

 
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