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Russia Resumes Nuclear Trade With Iran as Sanctions Lifted

November 24, 2015

IN THIS ISSUE: Russia Resumes Nuclear Trade With Iran as Sanctions Lifted, Cost of Trident Replacement to Rise by at Least £6bn, Raytheon Moves Forward With Multi-Object Kill Vehicle Program, India Tests Supersonic Advanced Air Defense Missile, EU Regulators to Probe Hungarian Funding for 2 Nuclear Reactors, China’s Nuclear Vision Collides With Villagers’ FearsRead more ►

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  • November 17, 2015 Edition
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    IN THIS ISSUE: The first strike trap, Ban's N. Korea visit shows Pyongyang's shift to re-engagement: U.S. experts, forget China – N. Korea markets missiles despite Iran nuclear deal, tensions in Iran after nuclear deal grow in hostility, China to build two nuclear plants in Argentina in $15bn deal, India-Australia agreement complete

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    Is Russia Working on a Massive Dirty Bomb?

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  • November 10, 2015 Edition
    3-D Printing the Bomb? The Nuclear Nonproliferation Challenge

    IN THIS ISSUE: 3-D printing the bomb? The nuclear nonproliferation challenge, Iran has stopped dismantling nuclear centrifuges: senior official, the Pakistan nuclear nightmare, India successfully test fires its nuclear capable Agni IV missile, if no one wants the Fitzpatrick nuclear power plant to close, why is it closing?, your next Fitbit should detect nuclear bombs, DHS hopes

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