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December 14, 2010
IN THIS ISSUE
  • Iran Replaces Foreign Minister
    The Washington Post
  • What I Found in North Korea
    Foreign Affairs
  • Pact Lifts Limits on Civilian Nuclear Projects with Russia
    The New York Times
  • South Korean Army Chief Quits as Scale of North's Nuclear Ambition Emerges
    The Guardian
  • S. Korea, U.S. Launch Joint Committee to Deter N. Korea's Nuclear Threats
    Yonhap News
  • Rudd Calls for Inspections of Israel's Nuclear Facility
    The Australian
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Iran Replaces Foreign Minister

Thomas Erdbrink, The Washington Post
SalehiIranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announced Monday that the head of the country's nuclear agency, Ali Akbar Salehi, would replace Manouchehr Mottaki as foreign minister, Iranian state media reported.

The change is likely to further strengthen Ahmadinejad's direct influence on foreign affairs, analysts said. It comes as Ahmadinejad increasingly is wresting power from Iran's parliament, which is supposed to wield considerable authority within the Islamic Republic's political system.
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What I Found in North Korea

Siegfried S. Hecker, Foreign Affairs
On November 12, during my most recent visit to the Yongbyon nuclear complex, North Korean scientists showed me and my colleagues, John W. Lewis and Robert Carlin, a small, recently completed, industrial-scale uranium-enrichment facility and an experimental light-water reactor (LWR) under construction.
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Pact Lifts Limits on Civilian Nuclear Projects with Russia

Peter Baker, The New York Times
While President Obama presses the Senate to embrace a new arms control treaty with Russia, another nuclear pact with Moscow cleared its final hurdle on Thursday after more than four years with virtually no notice but potentially significant impact.
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South Korean Army Chief Quits as Scale of North's Nuclear Ambition Emerges

Justin McCurry, The Guardian
The chief of the South Korean army resigned today, two weeks after the defence minister was replaced amid sharp criticism of the country's response to North Korea's attack on Yeonpyeong island.
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S. Korea, U.S. Launch Joint Committee to Deter N. Korea's Nuclear Threats

Yonhap News
South Korea and the United States have formed a joint committee to make decisions about the alliance's nuclear policy, stepping up their commitment to deterring threats from North Korea's nuclear programs and other weapons of mass destruction, officials here said Monday.
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Rudd Calls for Inspections of Israel's Nuclear Facility

John Lyons, The Australian
Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd has arrived in Israel with a blunt message: allow international inspectors into your nuclear facility.
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