IN THIS ISSUE: With Snap ‘Yes’ in Oval Office, Trump Gambles on North Korea, N.K. Apparently Cautious in Reporting Planned Summits With S. Korea, U.S.: Seoul, Japan’s Abe, Used to Being Trump’s Buddy, Finds Himself Out of Step on North Korea, What Does Trump Mean When Alluding to a North Korean 'Missile Test' Freeze?, The Trump-Kim Summit Won’t End Well, Scoop: Trump Told Netanyahu U.S. Will Pull Out of Iran Deal if Big Changes Not Made
IN THIS ISSUE: Kim Jong Un Makes America Irrelevant, Trump Says North Korea is ‘Sincere’ on Reported Offer to Hold Nuclear Talks, Putin: Russia Would Retaliate if Hit by a Nuclear Attack, Even if it Led to 'Global Catastrophe', Does Saudi Arabia Intend to Develop a Nuclear Weapons Capability?, Hypersonics ‘Highest Technical Priority’ for Pentagon R&D Head, Iran to Protest U.S. "Violations" of Nuclear Deal Next Week: Envoy
IN THIS ISSUE: The Dangerous Illogic of Twenty-First-Century Deterrence Through Planning for Nuclear Warfighting, Koreas Agree to Hold Third Summit in April, Reaffirm Resolve to Denuclearize, Collapse of Iran Nuclear Deal Would be 'Great Loss', IAEA Tells Trump, The U.S. is Accelerating Development of Its Own ‘Invincible’ Hypersonic Weapons, French Minister in Iran to Reaffirm Nuclear Deal but Set Out Concerns on Missiles, Putin Just Bragged About Russia’s Nuclear Weapons. Here’s the Real Story.
IN THIS ISSUE: Putin Threatens U.S. Arms Race With New Missiles Declaration, U.S. Banks on Diplomacy With North Korea, but Moves Ahead on Military Plans, U.S. Diplomat’s Retirement Points to Administration’s Divide on North Korea, Will the US Navy's High-Tech Destroyer Be Armed With Nuke Cruise Missiles?, U.S. Strategic Command Chief: It’s Taking Way Too Long to Get Space-Based Missile Defense, Nuclear Worries