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Why Do We Need 'Hypersonic' Strike Weapons, Exactly?

September 18, 2014

IN THIS ISSUE: Why Do We Need 'hypersonic' weapons?, Russia and West at odds over Syria, Defense Ministry mulls SM-3 interceptor missiles, Japan's plutonium stockpile jumped to 47 tons in 2013, India to deploy defence against mallistic missiles by 2016, India, China to talk nuclear cooperation.Read more ►

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    IN THIS ISSUE: Iranian negotiator sees final nuclear deal in New York as "unlikely," British nukes and Scotland vote, Russia dissatisfied with talks over INF Treaty, N. Korea's cyber capabilities, federal study: US nuke labs unprepared for catastrophe, two nuclear reactors to be built in UAE.

  • September 11, 2014 Edition
    Russia Announces Plans To Upgrade Nuclear, Air Defense Forces

    IN THIS ISSUE: Russia announces plans to upgrade nuclear, forces, Russia proves nuclear muscle, Japan's regulator OKs nuclear plant return, US says still advocating for Raytheon, Iran's talks with Russia may strike at sanctions, Iran admits illegally acquiring goods for nuclear programs.

  • September 9, 2014 Edition
    India, Australia Seal Civil Nuclear Deal

    IN THIS ISSUE: India, Australia seal nuclear deal, the story beyond uranium, Russia, US to discuss INF Treaty, Russian strategic bombers practice cruise missile strikes on US, Iran preparing to build two more nuclear power plants in Bushehr, Israel tests Arrow 2 anti-missile defense system.

  • September 4, 2014 Edition
    UN's Iran Nuke Probe Stalls — Again

    IN THIS ISSUE: UN's Iran nuke probe stalls — again, Iranian, US officials hold nuclear talks in Geneva, Iran unveils new missile, radar systems, crashing glider, hidden hotspring, China's new nuclear baby, Russia planning major nuclear military exercises.

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