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McConnell holds out hope for improbable deal on Iran amendments

May 5, 2015

IN THIS ISSUE: McConnell holds out hope for improbable deal on Iran amendments, Israel faults Arab neighbors for stalling on nuke-free zone, Americans Lean Toward Iranian Nuclear Deal Over Sanctions, Hasan Rouhani on Iran Nuclear Deal: Details Will Be Made Public, Iranian President Says, Kim nixed Russia trip after failed missile buy: report, Interceptor missile tested 7 times, DRDO's Rajinikanth moment still far.Read more ►

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    IN THIS ISSUE: Why the Iran nuclear deal is not the DPRK deal, measure on Iran in Congress, Salehi: sanctions relief accepted by world powers, Russia 'won't supply S-300 missile to Iran soon,' New Mexico lobbying for nuclear waste, White House on Treaty on a Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone in Central Asia.

  • April 23, 2015 Edition
    How South Korea Can Take Advantage of Nuclear Cooperation With the United States

    IN THIS ISSUE: S. Korea can take advantage of US nuclear cooperation, addressing risk in Chinese nuclear cooperation, timing of sanctions relief may be deal breaker with Iran, atomic labs across US race to stop Iran, Poland to build missile defense with US, Japan court approves restart of reactors.

  • April 21, 2015 Edition
    How to Avert a Nuclear War

    IN THIS ISSUE: How to avert a nuclear war, Obama administration signals possible compromise in Iran talks, Congress adds cash to build new nuclear submarines, how many nuclear options does a president need?, Pakistan, the Saudis' indispensable nuclear partner, France Nuclear calamity has UK worried.

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