• Intercept Attempt Fails in Missile Defense Test off Hawaii
    June 27, 2017 Edition

    Intercept Attempt Fails in Missile Defense Test off Hawaii

    IN THIS ISSUE: Intercept Attempt Fails in Missile Defense Test off Hawaii, North Korea Tests Rocket Engine, Possibly for ICBM – U.S. Officials, Defense Bill Would Limit Implementation of Nuclear Arms Treaty with Russia, Missile Threats Surging Worldwide, U.S. Defense Study Finds, S.Korea to Suspend Construction of 2 Nuclear Reactors While Decides Fate, Light Penalties and Lax Oversight Encourage Weak Safety Culture at Nuclear Weapons Labs

  • Moon’s Phase-Out: What Does It Imply?
    June 22, 2017 Edition

    Moon’s Phase-Out: What Does It Imply?

    IN THIS ISSUE: Moon’s Phase-Out: What Does It Imply?, U.S. Pressed to Pursue Deal to Freeze North Korea Missile Tests, Exclusive: South Korea President Calls on China's Xi to do More on North Korea Nuclear Program, Japan Missile Defence Drill Aims to Ease Concern Over North Korean Threat, Russia’s Rosatom Sells 49 Percent Stake in Akkuyu Nuclear Project to Turkish Companies, House Passes Nuclear Energy Tax Bill

  • Safety Lapses Undermine Nuclear Warhead Work at Los Alamos
    June 20, 2017 Edition

    Safety Lapses Undermine Nuclear Warhead Work at Los Alamos

    IN THIS ISSUE: Safety Lapses Undermine Nuclear Warhead Work at Los Alamos, UN Closing in on Treaty to Ban Nuclear Weapons, With Kori-1 Shutdown, Pres. Moon Signals Major Turn Away From Nuclear Energy, Trump Expresses Fury Over Korea's Decision to Delay THAAD: Official, Why Russia's Strategic Missile Forces Are Prepping to Stage Massive Drills, Critics Are Wrong: Iran Remains in Compliance With Nuclear Accord

  • Feinstein Presses Mattis On LRSO; Mattis Still Thinking
    June 15, 2017 Edition

    Feinstein Presses Mattis On LRSO; Mattis Still Thinking

    IN THIS ISSUE: Feinstein Presses Mattis On LRSO; Mattis Still Thinking, North Korea’s Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Site: Media Report of Intensified Activity Cannot be Corroborated, More Than Half of America's Nuclear Reactors Are Losing Money, Barrasso: Senate Risks Closing Nuclear Energy Watchdog, Turkey Gives Rosatom Go Ahead to Build Nuclear Plant, S. Korea Willing to Enter Talks if North Stops Nuclear, Missile Tests: Moon

  • Keine Atombombe, Bitte: Why Germany Should Not Go Nuclear
    June 13, 2017 Edition

    Keine Atombombe, Bitte: Why Germany Should Not Go Nuclear

    IN THIS ISSUE: Keine Atombombe, Bitte: Why Germany Should Not Go Nuclear, Energy Industry in Wait-and-See Mode Upon Moon’s Anti-Nuclear Policy, Iran Says Trump Administration Will End Up Abiding by Nuclear Deal, Taiwan Reaffirms Goal of Phasing Out Nuclear Power by 2025, France to Close Some Nuclear Reactors, Says Ecology Minister Hulot, Six Years After Fukushima Disaster, Japan to Restart Two Nuclear Reactors Amid Environmental Concerns

  • The Nuclear Ban Treaty: What Would Follow?
    June 08, 2017 Edition

    The Nuclear Ban Treaty: What Would Follow?

    IN THIS ISSUE: The Nuclear Ban Treaty: What Would Follow?, N. Korea Fires Suspected Surface-to-Ship Cruise Missiles, America Can’t Fix Its Problems With New Nukes, Plugging the Air Defense 'Gorbachev Gap': Russia's Voronezh Radar in Action, Diet Endorses Pact to Export Civil Nuclear Technology to India, Ibaraki Plutonium Exposures Baffle Japanese Nuclear Experts

  • South Korea Plans Energy U-Turn Away From Nuclear Power
    June 06, 2017 Edition

    South Korea Plans Energy U-Turn Away From Nuclear Power

    IN THIS ISSUE: South Korea Plans Energy U-Turn Away From Nuclear Power, Trump, Who Pledged to Overhaul Nuclear Arsenal, Now Faces Increased Costs, Navy's D5 Missile, Most Powerful U.S. Weapon, To Provide Backbone Of Nuclear Deterrent Through 2040, The Hypersonic Threat That Keeps U.S. Commanders Up at Night, THAAD Deployment Faces Delay Due to New Environment Assessment, Don't Count on Germany to Save the West

  • Missile Takedown: Historic ICBM Intercept Test Sends Strong Message to North Korea
    June 01, 2017 Edition

    Missile Takedown: Historic ICBM Intercept Test Sends Strong Message to North Korea

    IN THIS ISSUE: Missile Takedown: Historic ICBM Intercept Test Sends Strong Message to North Korea, U.S., China Debating When U.N. Should Act on North Korea: Haley, Modi-Putin Summit: All Eyes On Nuclear Power Deal, Three Mile Island Nuclear Plant to Close, U.S. Conducting Dual-Carrier Ops Off Korean Peninsula Amidst Chinese Concern, Moon, Abe Agree on Need for More Sanctions on N. Korea

  • Missile Test Showed Highly Accurate Warhead, Says North Korea
    May 30, 2017 Edition

    Missile Test Showed Highly Accurate Warhead, Says North Korea

    IN THIS ISSUE: Missile Test Showed Highly Accurate Warhead, Says North Korea, THAAD Launchers Brought in Without Moon's Knowledge, Leery of North Korea, U.S. Plans First Test of ICBM Intercept, Trump Seeks to Spend More on Nuclear Weapons But Buys Little Added Capability, Russia Building First 'Floating' Nuclear Power Plant, Missile Defense Can't Save Us From North Korea

  • Nuclear Weapons Agency Gets 11 Percent Funding Increase in FY18 Budget Request
    May 25, 2017 Edition

    Nuclear Weapons Agency Gets 11 Percent Funding Increase in FY18 Budget Request

    IN THIS ISSUE: Nuclear Weapons Agency Gets 11 Percent Funding Increase in FY18 Budget Request, Ahead of Ballistic Missile Defense Review, MDA’s FY18 Plans Show Flexibility, Trump Revealed Submarine Locations to Philippines President, Launch of The Second Satellite of the EKS Early-warning System, North Korea’s New Hwasong-12 Missile, America May Have to Accept Nuclear-Armed North Korea as Military Strike Too Risky, Says Former U.S. Admiral

  • The 1st Nuclear Draft Ban is Out
    May 23, 2017 Edition

    The 1st Nuclear Draft Ban is Out

    IN THIS ISSUE: The 1st Nuclear Draft Ban is Out, North Korea Missile Test Seen as Step to Put U.S. in Range, China Says Unchanged on India's Nuclear Suppliers Group Bid Ahead of Meet, Trump Admin Sanctions Iran’s Ballistic Missile Program, Swiss Vote in Favor of Gradual Nuclear Phaseout, Trump to Nominate Three to Nuclear Commission

  • Book Review: The Limited Power of Nuclear Threats
    May 18, 2017 Edition

    Book Review: The Limited Power of Nuclear Threats

    IN THIS ISSUE: Book Review: The Limited Power of Nuclear Threats, Iran Nuclear Deal Will Remain for Now, White House Signals, The Hacking Group That Leaked NSA Secrets Claims It Has Data on Foreign Nuclear Programs, Struggling Nuclear Industry Lobbies State Governments For Help, Kepco Restarts Takahama No. 4 Reactor Amid Anti-Nuclear Protest, Kazakhstan Opens Nuclear Security Training Center

  • May 16, 2017 Edition

    Time for a Nuclear Intervention With Japan

    IN THIS ISSUE: Time for a Nuclear Intervention With Japan, Will South Korea’s New President Foil Trump’s Attempt to Pressure North Korea?, North Korea’s Latest Missile Test: Advancing Towards an Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) While Avoiding US Military Action, Japan Favors Aegis Ashore Over THAAD to Boost Missile Defense: Sources, Tejas Successfully Test Fires Missile With Beyond Visual Range Capability, What Would the Government Do After a WMD Attack? We Have No Idea

  • A Strategy for (Modestly Increasing the Chance of) Saving the INF Treaty
    May 11, 2017 Edition

    A Strategy for (Modestly Increasing the Chance of) Saving the INF Treaty

    IN THIS ISSUE: A Strategy for (Modestly Increasing the Chance of) Saving the INF Treaty, South Korea Urges 'Parallel' Talks and Sanctions to Rein in North Korea, China Tests New Missile Close to Korean Peninsula, North Korea’s ICBMs Have ‘Important Shortfalls,’ Pentagon Says, Russia Offers Turnkey Nuclear Plants to Indonesia: Luhut, An Atomic Town Revels in Its Plutonium Past as Tunnel Collapse Raises Contamination Concerns

  • Atomic Leverage: Compellence with Nuclear Latency
    May 09, 2017 Edition

    Atomic Leverage: Compellence with Nuclear Latency

    IN THIS ISSUE: Atomic Leverage: Compellence with Nuclear Latency, Trump Reportedly Open to Meeting Kim Jong Un in U.S. if North Korea Abandons Nuclear Weapons Program, U.S. to Review Lifting of Sanctions Against Iran Under the Nuclear Deal, Dismantling Nuclear: German Power Firms Sell New Skills, Seongju Residents Seek Injunction Against THAAD Deployment, Seongju Residents Seek Injunction Against THAAD Deployment, America's First '21st Century Nuclear Plant' Already Has Been Shut Down for Repairs

  • North Korean Media, in Rare Critique of China, Says Nuclear Program Will Continue
    May 04, 2017 Edition

    North Korean Media, in Rare Critique of China, Says Nuclear Program Will Continue

    IN THIS ISSUE: North Korean Media, in Rare Critique of China, Says Nuclear Program Will Continue, Lawmakers Back Push to Curtail Trump’s Nuclear Strike Ability, Missile Launched From California Coast In a 'Nuclear Deterrent' Test, Air Force Says, UK's Brexit Plan Poses A Risk to Nuclear Industry - Lawmakers, With Renewables Surging, Nuclear And Petroleum Battle Over Subsidies, The President’s Secret Air Force

  • North Korea’s “Carrier-Killer” May Be No Such Thing
    May 02, 2017 Edition

    North Korea’s “Carrier-Killer” May Be No Such Thing

    IN THIS ISSUE: North Korea’s “Carrier-Killer” May Be No Such Thing, DPRK Will Bolster Nuclear Deterrence at Maximum Speed: Foreign Ministry Spokesman, What War With North Korea Would Look Like, Nuclear Warhead Modernization Needs Funding Increase, GAO Finds, Iran, EU to Build Advanced Nuclear Safety Center, Under Trump, A Looming North Korean ICBM Threat Brings Alliance 'Decoupling' Fears Back to East Asia

  • Nuclear Tests Will 'Never Stop,' North Korean Government Official Says
    April 27, 2017 Edition

    Nuclear Tests Will 'Never Stop,' North Korean Government Official Says

    IN THIS ISSUE: Nuclear Tests Will 'Never Stop,' North Korean Government Official Says, To Counter North Korea, Admiral Says the U.S. Should Consider Adding Ballistic Missile Interceptors in Hawaii, India Test-Fires Nuclear-Capable Agni III Ballistic Missile, Chernobyl Disaster: Ukraine Marks 30th Anniversary, South African Court Declares Nuclear Plan With Russia Unlawful, Understanding North Korea’s Missile Tests

  • Could Playing Chicken with North Korea Pay Off?
    April 25, 2017 Edition

    Could Playing Chicken with North Korea Pay Off?

    IN THIS ISSUE: Could Playing Chicken with North Korea Pay Off?, North Korea Stages Large-Scale Artillery Drill as U.S. Submarine Docks in South, U.N. Report Reveals How North Korea Sources Missile Technology, As North Korea Speeds Its Nuclear Program, U.S. Fears Time Will Run Out, Theresa May Would Fire U.K.’s Nuclear Weapons as a ‘First Strike’, Says Defence Secretary Michael Fallon, Adapting Nuclear Modernization to the New Administration

  • The Political and Military Vulnerability of America’s Land-Based Nuclear Missiles
    April 20, 2017 Edition

    The Political and Military Vulnerability of America’s Land-Based Nuclear Missiles

    IN THIS ISSUE: The Political and Military Vulnerability of America’s Land-Based Nuclear Missiles, Tillerson Toughens Tone on Iran After U.S. Confirms Nuclear Deal Compliance, U.S. Military Considers Shooting Down North Korea Missile Tests, Sources Say, Russia vetoes U.N. statement on North Korea's Missile Tests, Mockery, Anger in South Korea Over USS Carl Vinson 'Bluffing', Is the United States Really Blowing Up North Korea’s Missiles?

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