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June 22, 2010

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IN THIS ISSUE
  • Time to Act Responsibly on Nukes
    The Press
  • Preventing the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction: What Role for Turkey?
    EDAM
  • Iran Bans 2 UN Nuclear Inspectors from Entering
    Associated Press
  • Congress Needs Bigger Role in Arms Control
    Roll Call
  • UN Watchdog Backs Egypt Nuclear Power Plant Plans
    Reuters
  • No Sheffield Forgemasters Loan, No New Nuclear by 2017
    The Guardian
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Time to Act Responsibly on Nukes

Zia Mian and Daryl G. Kimball, The Press
Reactor Safety VesselGlobal efforts to prevent the spread of the world's most deadly weapons depend on universal compliance with rules that constrain the sale of nuclear technology.

Too often, however, powerful states try to make exceptions from these rules, or simply ignore them, as a way to help their allies and to make money for their nuclear industries.
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Preventing the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction: What Role for Turkey? (PDF)

Sinan Ülgen, EDAM
Editor's Note: Carnegie's visiting scholar Sinan Ülgen is a leading Turkish policy analyst and chairman of the think tank Center for Economics and Foreign Policy Studies (EDAM). This discussion paper provides exceptional insight into the evolution of Turkish thinking and policy about nuclear issues.
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Iran Bans 2 UN Nuclear Inspectors from Entering

Nasser Karimi, Associated Press
Tehran said Monday it had banned two U.N. nuclear inspectors from entering the country because they had leaked "false" information about Iran's disputed nuclear program.
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Congress Needs Bigger Role in Arms Control

Matthew Rojansky and Andrew Semmel, Roll Call
For the past month Washington has been a flurry of official activity — current and former secretaries of Defense and State testified, speeches made on the Senate floor, statements issued, letters signed — and think tanks, task forces and editorial writers have weighed in on one side or the other.
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UN Watchdog Backs Egypt Nuclear Power Plant Plans

Reuters
The U.N. nuclear watchdog is ready to cooperate with plans to build nuclear power plants in Egypt, which is now working on locations for construction, the head of the U.N. body said on Tuesday.
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No Sheffield Forgemasters Loan, No New Nuclear by 2017

Chris Goodall, The Guardian
Yesterday's decision by the UK government to withdraw its proposed loan of £80m to Sheffield Forgemasters is extraordinary. No other move could have had quite so much effect on the plans for nuclear power.
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