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September 16, 2010
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IN THIS ISSUE
  • West Hits Out at Iran over Ban on Atom Inspectors
    Reuters
  • U.S. Can't Risk Slow START
    Politico
  • Staying Credible: How Precedents Can Help the IAEA Get Noncompliance Calls Right
    Arms Control Association
  • US Envoy: No Quick Progress Likely on NKorea Talks
    Associated Press
  • Trident Replacement Could Be Delayed Until 2015
    The Guardian
  • Gates, Russian Defense Chief Serdyukov Talk on Missiles, Iran
    Bloomberg
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West Hits Out at Iran over Ban on Atom Inspectors

Fredrik Dahl and Sylvia Westall, Reuters
BushehrWestern powers accused Iran on Wednesday of trying to intimidate the U.N. atomic agency by barring some nuclear inspectors and the United States warned the Islamic state of possible diplomatic consequences.

Iranian envoy Ali Asghar Soltanieh hit back during a tense meeting of the board of the International Atomic Energy Agency, saying during a heated outburst that IAEA chief Yukiya Amano had "completely missed the facts," diplomats said.
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U.S. Can't Risk Slow START

Ellen Tauscher and James Miller, Politico
For the past 15 years, our principal arms control agreement with Russia, START, has been based on President Ronald Reagan’s guiding principle, "Trust, but verify."
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Staying Credible: How Precedents Can Help the IAEA Get Noncompliance Calls Right

Peter Jenkins, Arms Control Association
In recent years, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has come under fire for its handling of safeguards noncompliance cases.
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US Envoy: No Quick Progress Likely on NKorea Talks

Eric Talmadge, Associated Press
No quick breathroughs are likely in wooing North Korea back to nuclear disarmament talks although the U.S. remains open to a direct meeting, a senior U.S. envoy said Wednesday.
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Trident Replacement Could Be Delayed Until 2015

The Guardian
The £20bn replacement of the UK's Trident nuclear deterrent could be put off until after 2015, according to reports.
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Gates, Russian Defense Chief Serdyukov Talk on Missiles, Iran

Viola Gienger, Bloomberg
U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates called talks yesterday with his Russian counterpart, Anatoly Serdyukov, “very productive,” as the two sought common ground on divisive issues including missile defense, Iran and Georgia.
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