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Global Threats Hinder Obama’s Nuclear Disarmament Goal

May 26, 2016

IN THIS ISSUE: Global Threats Hinder Obama’s Nuclear Disarmament Goal, What’s the Future of CBMs in South Asia?, China to Send Nuclear-Armed Submarines Into Pacific Amid Tensions With U.S., The Pentagon’s Huge Atomic Floppies, U.S. Developing Seismic Detectors to Measure North Korea Nuclear Tests, India Joining NSG Will Escalate Nuclear Race in South Asia: U.S Senator Read more ►

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    IN THIS ISSUE: U.S. Would Back a Rethink of Japan’s Plutonium Recycling Program: White House, Would the U.S. Drop the Bomb Again?, ‘In-Depth’ Talks Needed for India’s Entry Into Nuclear Group: China, Abe to Issue Message in Hiroshima With Obama, China to Help Sudan Develop First Nuclear Plant, In Iran, Dividends of Nuclear Deal Are Slow to Appear

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    India’s Nuclear Options and Escalation Dominance

    IN THIS ISSUE: India’s Nuclear Options and Escalation Dominance, U.S. and East Asia Allies to Test Missile Tracking Systems, U.S., France Differ Over Readiness of NATO Missile-Defense Shield, The Sky's No Limit: Russia to Restore Early Warning Radar Station in Crimea, White House Threatens Veto, Calls MOX Program ‘Past Deadline, Over Budget’, Iran's Government and Revolutionary Guards Battle for Control of Economy

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    Admitting Non-NPT Members: Questions for the NSG

    IN THIS ISSUE: Admitting Non-NPT Members: Questions for the NSG, China Claims Support To Block India's Entry Into Nuclear Suppliers Group, What the Pentagon Thinks of China’s Military, Iran Doubles Crude Exports Following Nuclear Deal: Minister, China Nuclear Company Will Not Build Hinkley Alone If EDF Drops Out, India, Bangladesh Power Ties With 21st-Century Nuclear Deal

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    Japan Has Interceptors Stand Down as North Korea Missile Threat Abates

    IN THIS ISSUE: Japan Has Interceptors Stand Down as North Korea Missile Threat Abates, Ban Hopes Obama’s Hiroshima Visit Gets Wheels Rolling on Nuclear Disarmament, China Building Missiles to Strike Guam, Senate Rejects Amendment That Inflamed Tensions Over Iran Nuclear Deal, U.S. Gears Up Missile Defense System in Europe to Russia's Ire, South Africa Targets More Renewable Power, Nuclear Expansion To Go Ahead

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