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March 18, 2010
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  • NATO's Tactical Nuclear Dilemma
    RUSI Paper
  • Nuclear Review Nears Completion
    American Forces Press Service
  • Clinton to Discuss Nuclear Treaty on Moscow Trip
    The Wall Street Journal
  • U.S., Japan Begin Debate on Security Issues Including Nuclear Umbrella
    The Mainichi Daily News
  • Menon Steps in to Save N-Bill
    The Times of India
  • France Seeks to Pull Nuclear Champions into Line
    Financial Times
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NATO's Tactical Nuclear Dilemma (PDF)

Malcolm Chalmers and Simon Lunn, RUSI Paper
RUSIEditor's Note: This paper, authored by Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) Professorial Fellow, Malcolm Chalmers, and former Secretary General of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, Simon Lunn, is an exceptionally insightful and well-researched analysis on the future of nuclear weapons in Europe. It deserves close examination.
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Nuclear Review Nears Completion

Jordan Reimer, American Forces Press Service
Several conclusions drawn from a nearly complete review of the nation's nuclear posture already have been incorporated into the Defense Departmentís fiscal 2011 budget request, a senior Pentagon official told Congress yesterday.
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Clinton to Discuss Nuclear Treaty on Moscow Trip

Jay Solomon, The Wall Street Journal
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will seek to overcome the final obstacles impeding the completion of a new Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty with Russia during her two-day trip in Moscow that will include a meeting with President Dmitry Medvedev, said senior U.S. officials.
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U.S., Japan Begin Debate on Security Issues Including Nuclear Umbrella

The Mainichi Daily News
The United States and Japan have started formal discussions on a wide range of security issues, including the U.S. nuclear umbrella and missile defense, a senior U.S. official told a congressional panel on Wednesday.
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Menon Steps in to Save N-Bill

The Times of India
Seeking to remove 'misgivings' that the nuclear liability bill is soft on suppliers, national security adviser Shivshankar Menon on Tuesday briefed a group of Congress MPs claiming it would "introduce a transparent, orderly and predictable system of compensation to victims and fix responsibility for a nuclear incident."
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France Seeks to Pull Nuclear Champions into Line

Paul Betts, Financial Times
Some initial clues to the future of Franceís nuclear industry are beginning to emerge from the governmentís latest review of a sector that is at the top of its list of strategic industries.
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