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Nuclear Export Group Debates Ties with Israel

April 15, 2014

IN THIS ISSUE: Nuclear export group debates ties with Israel, Iran official concerned for nuclear power plant, S. Korea, US., Japan lower bar for nuclear talks with N. Korea, Putin approves sale of S-400 to China, BJP rules out major change to nuclear policy, BJP's nuclear manifesto.Read more ►

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  • April 10, 2014 Edition
    Iran Proposes Arak Reactor Change to Cut Plutonium Output

    IN THIS ISSUE: Iran proposes Arak reactor change, US resumes nuclear-security work in Russia, updating India's nuclear posture, Navy has finalized specifications for new Ohio-replacement boomer, Japan pushes plan to stockpile plutonium, 10 upgraded nuclear submarines to be supplied to Russian Navy.

  • April 8, 2014 Edition
    Nuclear Zero After Crimea

    IN THIS ISSUE: Nuclear zero after Crimea, BJP puts NFU nuclear policy in doubt, nuclear safety problems at N. Korea's Yongbyon nuclear facility?, senators press for sanctions threat over Iran's oil sales, Zarif: much difference still exists between Iran, G5+1, MOX sales could require subsidy.

  • April 3, 2014 Edition
    Pentagon Suspends Missile Shield Talks with Russia over Ukraine

    IN THIS ISSUE: Pentagon suspends missile shield talks with Russia, secret talks on future of Britain's nuclear arsenal, Singh proposes no-first use, Israel's Rafael unveils 'Star Wars-style' laser missile shield, audit finds sloppy oversight, only third of Japan's nuclear reactors may be restarted.

  • April 1, 2014 Edition
    Attention Turns to 'New Type' of North Korea Nukes

    IN THIS ISSUE: Attention turns to 'new type' of N. Korea nukes, Koreas trade fire across sea border, preventing a nuclear-armed Iran, the US might slow down warhead disassembly for lack of funds, nuclear-capable Prithvi II missile test-fired successfully, here come made-in-China nuclear power plants.

 
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