• Next Round of Talks Between India and Pakistan
    December 22, 2011 Edition

    Next Round of Talks Between India and Pakistan

    IN THIS ISSUE: Next round of talks between India and Pakistan, the Future of US-N. Korea relations, the Nuclear Security Summit, Russia, US ink uranium enrichment pact, Iran's Bushehr nuclear plant to enter full operation in March 2012, a "New START" for arms control.

  • Kim Jong-Il, a Ruler Who Turned North Korea Into a Nuclear State, Dies
    December 20, 2011 Edition

    Kim Jong-Il, a Ruler Who Turned North Korea Into a Nuclear State, Dies

    IN THIS ISSUE: Kim Jong-il dies, Russia tests domestic interceptor missile, Israel completes nuclear submarine upgrade, Iran says invites IAEA to visit, India and Pakistan to hold CBM talks in December, the diminishing utility and justice of nuclear deterrence.

  • Nuclear Weapons in Europe, Like Wedding Rings or Euros?
    December 15, 2011 Edition

    Nuclear Weapons in Europe, Like Wedding Rings or Euros?

    IN THIS ISSUE: Nuclear weapons in Europe, NATO-Russia cooperation on nonproliferation, House approves tough new Iran sanctions, Japan may declare control of reactors, third nuke test 'may allow N.Korea to miniaturize bombs,' IAEA urges UAE to conclude nuclear waste policy.

  • Celebrating 20 Years of Nunn-Lugar
    December 13, 2011 Edition

    Celebrating 20 Years of Nunn-Lugar

    IN THIS ISSUE: Celebrating 20 Years of Nunn-Lugar, Turkish nuclear energy, Russia renews threat to pull out of NATO summit, India, U.S. discuss civil nuclear issue, new concerns about Northwest nuclear waste plant, NRC chief faces political test ahead of safety reforms.

  • Russia And NATO Say Still No Agreement On Missiles
    December 08, 2011 Edition

    Russia And NATO Say Still No Agreement On Missiles

    IN THIS ISSUE: NATO, Russia still in disagreement on missiles, Tepco: 150-liter radioactive leak, Australia says no uranium sales to Pakistan, sanctions on Central Bank of Iran, Russia "alone proposed way out" of tightened NSG rules, Turkey says seizes materials likely for Iran nuclear program.

  • Indonesia Ratifies the CTBT
    December 06, 2011 Edition

    Indonesia Ratifies the CTBT

    IN THIS ISSUE: Indonesia ratifies CTBT, Australian Labor says yes to uranium exports to India, has the war with Iran already begun?, China's nuclear fears could lift US firms, US sticking to missile shield regardless of Moscow, Turki al-Faisal says Saudi Arabia may join nuclear arms race.

  • Does Anyone Want Diplomacy on Iran?
    December 01, 2011 Edition

    Does Anyone Want Diplomacy on Iran?

    IN THIS ISSUE: Who wants diplomacy on Iran?, India test fires Agni-I missile, Brazil's nuclear debate, Tepco meltdown simulation findings, Germany OKs sale of nuclear capable submarine to Israel, Japan, China and S. Korea agree on early nuclear accident notification system.

  • Russia's New Threats May Endanger President Obama's 'Reset' Policy
    November 29, 2011 Edition

    Russia's New Threats May Endanger President Obama's 'Reset' Policy

    IN THIS ISSUE: Russia's new threats may endanger 'reset,' Iran sanctions price may be worth paying, storing nuclear waste, India's 'enrichment capacity enough to fuel nuke subs,' Blix: precondition makes 6-party talks difficult, cesium from Fukushima plant fell all over Japan.

  • After IAEA Report, Waiting for Russia's Next Move on Iran
    November 22, 2011 Edition

    After IAEA Report, Waiting for Russia's Next Move on Iran

    IN THIS ISSUE: Waiting for Russia's next move on Iran, US imposes new sanctions on Iran, French opposition parties reach election alliance, US, Russia and UK back Israel at Mideast meeting, Russia could field missiles over antimissile deal, US "studying" Indian nuclear liability regulations.

  • World Powers Express 'Deep Concern' on Iran's Nuclear Activities
    November 17, 2011 Edition

    World Powers Express 'Deep Concern' on Iran's Nuclear Activities

    IN THIS ISSUE: World powers express 'deep concern' on Iran, Arab states and Israel to attend NWFZ talks in Vienna, India to enter ICBM club in three months, Australia backflips on uranium to India, French nuclear reactors need safety upgrade, recycling nuclear fuel.

  • U.S. Army to Test "Global Strike" Technology
    November 15, 2011 Edition

    U.S. Army to Test "Global Strike" Technology

    IN THIS ISSUE: US army to test "global strike" technology, politics stokes fears over Iran nuclear plans, S. Korean and US envoys hold talks on N. Korea, Saudi, S. Korea ink nuclear deal, US concerned about UN, Syria nuclear work, Russia's reaction to European missile defense system.

  • Iran's Atomic Dreams
    November 10, 2011 Edition

    Iran's Atomic Dreams

    IN THIS ISSUE: Atomic dreams, a troubling shift in Iran's nuclear program, US blueprint for new nuclear arms, NISA: no criticality in Fukushima reactor 2, N. Korea says new reactor to start soon, Russia dismisses US antimissile test proposal as propaganda.

  • The United States Hangs Back as Inspectors Prepare Report on Iran's Nuclear Program
    November 08, 2011 Edition

    The United States Hangs Back as Inspectors Prepare Report on Iran's Nuclear Program

    IN THIS ISSUE: US hangs back as IAEA prepares report on Iran, Pakistan: the ally from hell, US invites Russia to take part in antimissile flight test, cost of nuclear weapons program in dispute, safeguarding the foundations of nuclear nonproliferation, US says will boost its cyber arsenal.

  • Russia and China May Blunt Western Pressure on Iran
    November 03, 2011 Edition

    Russia and China May Blunt Western Pressure on Iran

    IN THIS ISSUE: Russia, China may blunt Western pressure on Iran, reactor in Japan restarts, a first since the tsunami, Air Force looks to contain bomber costs, AP on Hasaka, supercomputers offer tools for nuclear testing, arms crawl that wasn't.

  • Does Syria Have an Uranium Enrichment Program?
    November 01, 2011 Edition

    Does Syria Have an Uranium Enrichment Program?

    IN THIS ISSUE: Uranium enrichment program in Syria?, nuclear powers plan weapons spending spree, Belgium aims to phase out nuclear power, Iran to start nuclear fuel plate production, Moscow warns patience on missile defense wearing thin, Vietnam reactor deal advances.

  • An Alternative Explanation to the "Underground Great Wall"
    October 27, 2011 Edition

    An Alternative Explanation to the "Underground Great Wall"

    IN THIS ISSUE: The "underground Great Wall," US keeps major lead over Russia in nukes, EU's responsibility for nuclear dangers, missile shield talks with U.S. 'going nowhere,' Panetta pledges 'nuclear umbrella' for S. Korea, CIA id'd North Korean uranium plant in 2002.

  • United States Concludes 'Very Positive' Nuclear Talks with North Korea
    October 25, 2011 Edition

    United States Concludes 'Very Positive' Nuclear Talks with North Korea

    IN THIS ISSUE: US concludes 'very positive' talks with N. Korea, note shows big power split over Iran, IAEA seeks to kick-start stalled Syria probe, DoE discloses cyber attacks, France 'not bound' by new NSG restrictions, NRC takes action on safety recommendations.

  • United States Invites Russia to Measure Missile-Defense Test
    October 20, 2011 Edition

    United States Invites Russia to Measure Missile-Defense Test

    IN THIS ISSUE: US invites Russia to measure missile-defense test, New US envoy to N. Korea, Researchers warn of new Stuxnet worm, fight over NY nuke plant, Russia concerned about Iran nuclear report, understanding India's 'cold start' doctrine.

  • How to Promote Effective China-U.S. Strategic Nuclear Dialogue
    October 18, 2011 Edition

    How to Promote Effective China-U.S. Strategic Nuclear Dialogue

    IN THIS ISSUE: Promoting effective China-U.S. nuclear dialogue, an IAEA conversation with Rafsanjani, House GOP, Senate battle over nuclear funds, N. Korea and U.S. to meet in Geneva, Tepco says Fukushima radiation declines further, Finland to host 2012 Mideast nuke conference.

  • It's Time to Call Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's Bluff
    October 13, 2011 Edition

    It's Time to Call Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's Bluff

    IN THIS ISSUE: US should call Iran's bluff, Tokyo radiation level not tied to plant, UK nuclear must comply or face shutdown, French firm wins license for Idaho uranium plant, deficit committee should consider cutting nuclear arms, lawmaker says, 10,000 protesters at Tamil Nadu nuclear plant.

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