IN THIS ISSUE: North Korea’s Yongbyon Nuclear Research Center: Major Activity at the Five Megawatt Reactor, The Word That Could Help the World Avoid Nuclear War, Turkey’s First Nuclear Plant Kick-Started by Erdogan, Putin, Blue House Describes its Nuclear Plan for North, Pentagon: Russia Tested Nuclear-Powered Cruise Missile Twice, Donald Trump to Baltics: I've Been Tough on Russia, But Want Better Relations
IN THIS ISSUE: S. Korea Seeks Denuclearization Declaration From Summit With N. Korea: Official, Russia and China are Testing Missiles That Could Blast U.S. Satellites Out of Space, Russia Conducts New Test of ‘Nudol’ Anti-Satellite System, U.S., South Korea Kick Off Annual Military Drill Without U.S. ‘Strategic Assets’, Pakistan Conducts Second Test of Babur-3 Nuclear-Capable Submarine-Launched Cruise Missile, Japan, U.S. Enhanced “Nuclear Bond” via Under-the-Table Discussions
IN THIS ISSUE: North and South Korea Set Summit, but Nuclear Omission Casts a Shadow, What is China's Nuclear New Normal?, Why Did Kim Jong Un Just Visit China?, Differing Views of 'Denuclearization' Complicate North Korea Talks, European Powers Press for Iran Sanctions to Buttress Nuclear Deal, Walls and Ladders: The Latest UN Panel of Experts Report on North Korea Sanctions
IN THIS ISSUE: When Trump Meets Kim Jong Un: A Realistic Option for Negotiating With North Korea, North Korean Leader Was in Delegation Visiting Beijing: Source, THAAD Setup Still on Hold Amid Gov't Inaction, Avangard Hypersonic Missiles Replace Rubezh ICBMs in Russia's Armament Plan Through 2027, U.S. Experts Say Why Trump Should Support Iran Deal, John Bolton Is a National Security Threat
IN THIS ISSUE: No Longer a Secret: How Israel Destroyed Syria's Nuclear Reactor, South Korea's Leader Floats 3-Way Talks With Trump and Kim Jong-un, U.S., South Korea May Cut Exercises Short for Trump-Kim Summit: Reports, Nuclear Warhead Manager Seeks FY19 Funding for New Nuke Designs, To Deter Russia, U.S. Needs New Low-Yield Nukes, Says STRATCOM Head, U.S. Says Russia Deployment Of 'Banned' Cruise Missile Increasing
IN THIS ISSUE: Nuclear Nonproliferation: Six Lessons Not Yet Learned, A Crucial First Step for Negotiating with North Korea, No Location, No Agenda: Trump Administration Scrambles for North Korea Talks, Army to Get THAAD and Patriot Systems to Communicate Within Two Years, EU Explores Fresh Steps to Save Iran Nuclear Deal, Give North Korea All the Prestige It Wants
The Trump-Kim Summit and North Korea Denuclearization: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly, Is Kinzhal, Russia’s New Hypersonic Missile, a Game Changer?, Saudi Crown Prince: If Iran Develops Nuclear Bomb, So Will Saudi, To Prevent Nuclear War, Borrow From 1973, How to Save the Iran Nuclear Deal, Russia is Preparing to Test its Most Powerful Nuke
IN THIS ISSUE: With Snap ‘Yes’ in Oval Office, Trump Gambles on North Korea, N.K. Apparently Cautious in Reporting Planned Summits With S. Korea, U.S.: Seoul, Japan’s Abe, Used to Being Trump’s Buddy, Finds Himself Out of Step on North Korea, What Does Trump Mean When Alluding to a North Korean 'Missile Test' Freeze?, The Trump-Kim Summit Won’t End Well, Scoop: Trump Told Netanyahu U.S. Will Pull Out of Iran Deal if Big Changes Not Made
IN THIS ISSUE: Kim Jong Un Makes America Irrelevant, Trump Says North Korea is ‘Sincere’ on Reported Offer to Hold Nuclear Talks, Putin: Russia Would Retaliate if Hit by a Nuclear Attack, Even if it Led to 'Global Catastrophe', Does Saudi Arabia Intend to Develop a Nuclear Weapons Capability?, Hypersonics ‘Highest Technical Priority’ for Pentagon R&D Head, Iran to Protest U.S. "Violations" of Nuclear Deal Next Week: Envoy
IN THIS ISSUE: The Dangerous Illogic of Twenty-First-Century Deterrence Through Planning for Nuclear Warfighting, Koreas Agree to Hold Third Summit in April, Reaffirm Resolve to Denuclearize, Collapse of Iran Nuclear Deal Would be 'Great Loss', IAEA Tells Trump, The U.S. is Accelerating Development of Its Own ‘Invincible’ Hypersonic Weapons, French Minister in Iran to Reaffirm Nuclear Deal but Set Out Concerns on Missiles, Putin Just Bragged About Russia’s Nuclear Weapons. Here’s the Real Story.
IN THIS ISSUE: Putin Threatens U.S. Arms Race With New Missiles Declaration, U.S. Banks on Diplomacy With North Korea, but Moves Ahead on Military Plans, U.S. Diplomat’s Retirement Points to Administration’s Divide on North Korea, Will the US Navy's High-Tech Destroyer Be Armed With Nuke Cruise Missiles?, U.S. Strategic Command Chief: It’s Taking Way Too Long to Get Space-Based Missile Defense, Nuclear Worries
IN THIS ISSUE: Rewrite Iran Deal? Europeans Offer a Different Solution: A New Chapter, Iran Hints at Seaborne Reactors While Respecting Nuclear Deal, Perry Plans Nuclear-Energy Talks With Saudis, Sources Say U.S. Imposes More North Korea Sanctions, Trump Warns of 'Phase Two', Trump Sees Talks With NKorea Only Under 'Right Conditions', U.N. Chief Calls for New Push to Rid the World of Nuclear Weapons
IN THIS ISSUE: Internet of Nuclear Things: Managing the Proliferation Risks of 3-D Printing Technology, The Nuclear Posture Review and Russian ‘De-Escalation:’ A Dangerous Solution to a Nonexistent Problem, Revealed: The Details of China's Latest Hit-To-Kill Interceptor Test, Iran Says May Withdraw from Nuclear Deal if Banks Continue to Stay Away, Russia Releases Video of its Modernized Ballistic Missile Defense System, Why Trump Might Bend Nuclear Security Rules to Help Saudi Arabia Build Reactors in the Desert
IN THIS ISSUE: Grand Bargain Versus Incremental Approach to Disarm North Korea, Scoop: Skirmish in Beijing Over the Nuclear Football, No 'Bloody Nose' Plan for North Korea: U.S. Official, Senators, European Diplomats Seek to Curb Iran Actions in Yemen, Syria, Escalate to De-Escalate? U.S. and Russia Trade Jabs on Nuclear Arms Use, Does Russia Really Include Limited Nuclear Strikes in its Large-Scale Military Exercises?
Eyes on the Prize: India’s Pursuit of Membership in the Nuclear Suppliers Group, U.S. Intelligence Chief Says North Korea 'Decision Time' is Near, PACOM Harris: U.S. Needs to Develop Hypersonic Weapons, Criticizes 'Self-Limiting' Missile Treaties, Abe and Trump Agree to Maintain Pressure on North Korea Until it’s Willing to Give Up its Nuclear Program, Russia and China are Developing 'Destructive' Space Weapons, U.S. Intelligence Warns, France says Iran's Missile Program Must be Put 'Under Surveillance'
IN THIS ISSUE: Pence: The United States is Ready to Talk With North Korea, Pentagon Budget Seeks Billions for Modernizing Nuclear Arsenal, Missile Defense, Trump: U.S. Will Cease Building Nuclear Arsenal if Other Countries Stop First, A Pentagon Chart Misleadingly Suggests the U.S. is Falling Behind in a Nuclear Arms Race, North Korea's Missile Parade: A Tale of Missing Missiles, The President and the Bomb
IN THIS ISSUE: Geostrategic Nuclear Exports, U.N. Chief Plans Major Disarmament Push but U.S. Skeptical, Mattis: Plans for New U.S. Nuclear Weapon Could Be Bargaining Chip With Russia, The Discrimination Problem: Why Putting Low-Yield Nuclear Weapons on Submarines Is So Dangerous Pence, in Tokyo, Threatens Tough Penalties for North Korea, Chairman of Nuclear Weapons Oversight Agency Steps Down
IN THIS ISSUE: Command and Control in the Nuclear Posture Review: Right Problem, Wrong Solution, U.S. Outlines Plan on Nuclear-Weapons Use, The U.S. Could Be Getting 2 New Nuclear Capabilities. Here Are the Details., Russia Questions U.S. Compliance With a Key Nuclear Arms Control Treaty, The Right Way to Manage Nuclear Competition With Russia, Riyadh’s Uranium Enrichment Option
IN THIS ISSUE: Victor Cha: Giving North Korea a ‘Bloody Nose’ Carries a Huge Risk to Americans, North Korea’s Solid-Propellant Rocket Engine Production Infrastructure: The No. 17 Factory in Hamhung, U.S. Test of Missile Interceptor Fails Off Hawaiian Coast, Officials Say, U.S. General Says North Korea Not Demonstrated All Components of ICBM, Beijing Approves the Merger of Two State-Owned Nuclear Giants, China and Trump’s Nuclear Posture Review
IN THIS ISSUE: Chinese Military Paper Urges Increase in Nuclear Deterrence Capabilities, Mattis Has a Crucial Task--Stopping Trump From Going to War With North Korea, Tillerson Says Washington, Europe Start Work on Iran Nuclear Deal, Haley Suggests Action on Iran Missiles Could Save Nuke Deal, Putin Hails New Bomber as a Boost to Russia's Nuclear Forces, 'Doomsday Clock' Ticked Forward 30 Seconds to 2 Minutes to Midnight