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September 9, 2010
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IN THIS ISSUE
  • NATO Chief Anticipates Diminished Reliance on Nuclear Arsenal
    Global Security Newswire
  • Japan to Sell its Nuclear Expertise to Kuwait
    The National
  • Reactor and Fuel Take-Back for Vietnam
    World Nuclear News
  • U.S. Welcomes Seoul’s Sanctions on Iran
    The Korea Herald
  • Learning From Experience on Arms Control
    Wall Street Journal
  • Missile Beats Flying Lightsaber In Crucial Test
    Wired
  • N. Korea Conference Hints At Possible Power Shift
    National Public Radio
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NATO Chief Anticipates Diminished Reliance on Nuclear Arsenal

Elaine M. Grossman, Global Security Newswire
Obama and RasmussenThe head of NATO yesterday said the military alliance will use a major summit in November to signal a reduced reliance on nuclear weapons for deterring attacks against European member nations.

"I would expect allies to endorse the grand vision of a world without nuclear weapons," NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen told reporters at a breakfast event. "But, at the same time, [they will] state that as long as nuclear weapons exist, the alliance will remain a nuclear alliance, while gradually reducing the role and number of nuclear weapons."
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Japan to Sell its Nuclear Expertise to Kuwait

Chris Stanton, The National
Japan will help Kuwait develop the expertise it needs for a civilian nuclear power programme as part of a broader effort to sell civilian nuclear technology across the region, its government said yesterday.
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Reactor and Fuel Take-Back for Vietnam

World Nuclear News
Before the end of October Russia will sign to build a nuclear power plant in Vietnam, provide the fuel and take it back for reprocessing.  
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U.S. Welcomes Seoul’s Sanctions on Iran

The Korea Herald
While the U.S. welcomed South Korea’s new sanctions on Iran over its suspected nuclear programs, the Middle Eastern state remained silent as speculation grew that it may come up with measures negatively affecting its trade relations with Seoul.  
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Learning From Experience on Arms Control

George P. Shultz, Wall Street Journal
The New Start treaty provides an instructive example of how, when everyone works at it, an important element of arms control treaties can be improved by building on past treaties and their execution.
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Missile Beats Flying Lightsaber In Crucial Test

Spencer Ackerman, Wired
So much for America’s real-life “lightsaber.” The Missile Defense Agency has spent billions to trick out a Boeing 747 with a laser to shoot down missiles. But the so-called Airborne Laser Test Bed just failed a crucial test that it was expected to pass: shooting down a mock nuclear-armed missile from 100 miles away.
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N. Korea Conference Hints At Possible Power Shift

Jackie Northam, National Public Radio
With delegates from the Workers' Party believed to be gathered in the capital Pyongyang for a political conference, North Korea watchers are saying a leadership change could be in the works.
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