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Prompt Global Strike: China and the Spear

April 22, 2014

IN THIS ISSUE: China and the spear, Iran VP says row over reactor resolved, Iran 'drafting complete account of past nuclear activities,' Russians inspect Montana nuclear launch facilities, 'increased activity' at N. Korean nuclear test site, Senior Tories back US plan for Trident if Scots vote yes.Read more ►

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  • April 17, 2014 Edition
    Iran Cuts Sensitive Nuclear Stockpile, Key Plant Delayed: IAEA

    IN THIS ISSUE: Iran cuts sensitive nuclear stockpile, key plant delayed, US sticks to plan for interoperable nuclear warheads, first Borey-class strategic sub 'ready for combat patrols,' both empires will lose, Iran: missile programme not part of talks, €2.2B owed to German nuclear utilities.

  • April 15, 2014 Edition
    Nuclear Export Group Debates Ties with Israel

    IN THIS ISSUE: Nuclear export group debates ties with Israel, Iran official concerned for nuclear power plant, S. Korea, US., Japan lower bar for nuclear talks with N. Korea, Putin approves sale of S-400 to China, BJP rules out major change to nuclear policy, BJP's nuclear manifesto.

  • April 10, 2014 Edition
    Iran Proposes Arak Reactor Change to Cut Plutonium Output

    IN THIS ISSUE: Iran proposes Arak reactor change, US resumes nuclear-security work in Russia, updating India's nuclear posture, Navy has finalized specifications for new Ohio-replacement boomer, Japan pushes plan to stockpile plutonium, 10 upgraded nuclear submarines to be supplied to Russian Navy.

  • April 8, 2014 Edition
    Nuclear Zero After Crimea

    IN THIS ISSUE: Nuclear zero after Crimea, BJP puts NFU nuclear policy in doubt, nuclear safety problems at N. Korea's Yongbyon nuclear facility?, senators press for sanctions threat over Iran's oil sales, Zarif: much difference still exists between Iran, G5+1, MOX sales could require subsidy.

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