• Calculus on Missile Defense and Hypersonic Glide
    April 18, 2017 Edition

    Calculus on Missile Defense and Hypersonic Glide

    IN THIS ISSUE: Calculus on Missile Defense and Hypersonic Glide, U.S. Launches Qualification Tests for Upgraded Nuke Bomb, N. Korea Didn’t Test a Nuclear Weapon, But it Did Try to Launch Another Missile, North Korea Could Still Hold Another Nuclear Test: Reports, Syria Attack Exposes Failed Deal to Rid Regime of Chemical Weapons, The North Korean Nuclear Threat Is Getting Worse By the Day

  • Chinese State Tabloid Warns North Korea Against Nuclear Test
    April 13, 2017 Edition

    Chinese State Tabloid Warns North Korea Against Nuclear Test

    IN THIS ISSUE: Chinese State Tabloid Warns North Korea Against Nuclear Test, Donald Trump's 'Armada' Steams on as North Korea Warns of Nuclear Strike on US, Trump’s Options for North Korea Include Placing Nukes in South Korea, Russia’s New Supersonic Strategic Bomber to Enter Serial Production in 2020, Toshiba Considers Sale of Moorside Nuclear Project in Cumbria as Own Survival in Doubt in Wake of £7bn Losses, How to Make the Nuclear Button Safer

  • The Unraveling of North Korea’s Proliferation Blackmail Strategy
    April 11, 2017 Edition

    The Unraveling of North Korea’s Proliferation Blackmail Strategy

    IN THIS ISSUE: The Unraveling of North Korea’s Proliferation Blackmail Strategy, S. Korea, China Warn of Strong Response to N. Korea Nuke, ICBM Tests, South Africa's Controversial Nuclear Power Plans, Revised Law Enables Surprise Inspection of Nuclear Plants, France to Close Its Oldest Nuclear Plant by April 2020, Raytheon to Upgrade U.S. Ballistic Missile Defense Radars

  • The Debate Over Indian Nuclear Strategy is Heating Up
    April 06, 2017 Edition

    The Debate Over Indian Nuclear Strategy is Heating Up

    IN THIS ISSUE: The Debate Over Indian Nuclear Strategy is Heating Up, Little Progress Reining in North Korea, U.S. Commander Says Before Trump-Xi Summit, A Chinese-Owned Westinghouse? Washington is Worried, Stratcom Issues Guidance on Drone Threats, China, Thailand Agree to Nuclear Energy Cooperation, Russia Launches Most Powerful Nuclear Attack Submarine Yet

  • The Real “Problem” With a Ban Treaty? It Challenges the Status Quo
    April 04, 2017 Edition

    The Real “Problem” With a Ban Treaty? It Challenges the Status Quo

    IN THIS ISSUE: The Real “Problem” With a Ban Treaty? It Challenges the Status Quo, Tillerson to Chair U.N. Meeting on North Korea Nuclear Program, Analyst: North Korea Could Conduct Simultaneous Nuclear Bomb Tests, State Dept.: Sanctions Alone Not Enough to Stop Iran’s Missile Program, Westinghouse: Origins and Effects of the Downfall of a Nuclear Giant, China is Using the Balkans as a Testing Ground to Expand its Nuclear Industry

  • Atomic Inducements: The Case for “Buying Out” Nuclear Latency
    March 30, 2017 Edition

    Atomic Inducements: The Case for “Buying Out” Nuclear Latency

    IN THIS ISSUE: Atomic Inducements: The Case for “Buying Out” Nuclear Latency, Westinghouse Files for Bankruptcy, In a Blow to Nuclear Power Industry, After Deployment: What? Russian Violations of the INF Treaty, Heightened Activity at North Korea’s Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Site, The Dragon at the NSG High Table, India’s Nuclear Strategy: A Shift to Counterforce?

  • Cutting Funding to the IAEA Is a Horrible Idea
    March 28, 2017 Edition

    Cutting Funding to the IAEA Is a Horrible Idea

    IN THIS ISSUE: Cutting Funding to the IAEA Is a Horrible Idea, Banning Nuclear Testing: Lessons From the Semipalatinsk Nuclear Testing Site, United States and Allies Protest U.N. Talks to Ban Nuclear Weapons, The Coming Ban on Nuclear Weapons, North Korea’s Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Site: New Activity at the North Portal, Rex Tillerson’s ‘New Approach’ to North Korea Sounds a Lot Like the Old Approach

  • 2017 Carnegie International Nuclear Policy Conference
    March 23, 2017 Edition

    2017 Carnegie International Nuclear Policy Conference

    IN THIS ISSUE: 2017 Carnegie International Nuclear Policy Conference, Trump Administration to Review Goal of World Without Nuclear Weapons: Aide, North Korea Has Doubled Size of Uranium-Enrichment Facility, IAEA Chief Says, India Could Strike Pakistan with Nuclear Weapons If Threatened, Says Expert, Dems Warns Trump Nuclear Push Would Suck Money From Budget

  • 2017 Carnegie International Nuclear Policy Conference
    March 21, 2017 Edition

    2017 Carnegie International Nuclear Policy Conference

    IN THIS ISSUE: 2017 Carnegie International Nuclear Policy Conference, Toward A Nuclear Firewall: Bridging the NPT’s Three Pillars, North Korea Revs the Engine of Its New High-Thrust Missile, Amid North Korea threat, Tillerson Hints That ‘Circumstances Could Evolve’ for a Japanese Nuclear Arsenal, SAV in DC at #Nukefest2017: Potential Indian Nuclear First Use?, EU Wants Further US, Russian Cooperation on Nuclear Nonproliferation - Mogherini

  • Can Trump Stop Kim Jong Un?
    March 16, 2017 Edition

    Can Trump Stop Kim Jong Un?

    IN THIS ISSUE: Can Trump Stop Kim Jong Un?, The Real Problem With a Nuclear Ban Treaty, Texas Sues its Former Governor, Now Energy Secretary, Over Nuclear Waste Storage, Russia's Violation of a Nuclear Treaty is a Direct Threat to Europe's Security, N.K. Embassy in China Voices Opposition to Military Drills, THAAD, Off-site Environmental Remediation in Fukushima Continuing

  • Prognosticating Proliferation in Asia
    March 14, 2017 Edition

    Prognosticating Proliferation in Asia

    IN THIS ISSUE: Prognosticating Proliferation in Asia, As North Korea’s Arsenal Grows, Experts See Heightened Risk of ‘Miscalculation’, North Korea’s Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Site: Analysis Reveals Its Potential for Additional Testing with Significantly Higher Yields, Siemens Sets Milestone with First 3D-Printed Part Operating in Nuclear Power Plant, Russia Eyes Deal to Build Kenya’s Sole Nuclear Plant, An EU Nuclear Deterrent Won’t Serve Western Interests.

  • Trump’s Silence on Russian Missiles Makes America Less Safe
    March 09, 2017 Edition

    Trump’s Silence on Russian Missiles Makes America Less Safe

    IN THIS ISSUE: Trump’s Silence on Russian Missiles Makes America Less Safe, Nuclear Test Ban Facing New Challenge on Trump's Watch, North Korean Missiles Trigger Talk in Japan of Pre-Emptive Strike Ability, U.S. and South Korea Rebuff China’s Proposal to Defuse Korea Tensions, Trump Administration Pledges ‘Great Strictness’ on Iran Nuclear Deal, Germany Delays Contract With MBDA for Missile Defense

  • The Long Demise of the German H-List
    March 07, 2017 Edition

    The Long Demise of the German H-List

    IN THIS ISSUE: The Long Demise of the German H-List, Trump Inherits Secret Cyberwar on North Korea, N. Korea Fires Four Ballistic Missiles: Seoul Military, South Korea Acting President Calls for Swift Deployment of U.S. Anti-Missile System, Fearing U.S. Withdrawal, Europe Considers Its Own Nuclear Deterrent, EU Approves Hungary’s Russian-Financed Nuclear Station

  • UK Nuclear Power Stations "Could be Forced to Close" After Brexit
    March 02, 2017 Edition

    UK Nuclear Power Stations "Could be Forced to Close" After Brexit

    IN THIS ISSUE: UK Nuclear Power Stations 'Could be Forced to Close' After Brexit, China Reacts With Anger, Threats After South Korean Missile Defense Decision, Taiwan Rules Out Alleged Dumping of Nuclear Waste Off Taiwan, Marshalls Marks 71st Anniversary of First Bikini Tests, CGN Lists Applied Nuclear Science Assets, Russia and Tajikistan Plan Nuclear Cooperation

  • Russia, NATO, and the INF Treaty
    February 28, 2017 Edition

    Russia, NATO, and the INF Treaty

    IN THIS ISSUE: Russia, NATO, and the INF Treaty, North Korea Evades Sanctions With Network of Overseas Companies: U.N. Report, Trump Wants to Make Sure U.S. Nuclear Arsenal at 'Top of the Pack', Russia’s Army Retrofitted With New Nuclear-Capable Ballistic Missile System, Land Swap Clears Way for THAAD Missile System in South Korea, Is Three-Dimessional (3D) Printing a Nuclear Proliferation Tool?

  • China’s Advanced Weapons
    February 23, 2017 Edition

    China’s Advanced Weapons

    IN THIS ISSUE: China’s Advanced Weapons, UN Hopeful Iran Nuclear Deal Will Not Unravel Despite Trump Attack, Islamabad, New Delhi Agree to Extend Nuclear Safety Accord, China Fines Nuclear Component Manufacturer Over Safety Breaches, Overseas Nuclear Business a Huge Burden on Toshiba, US 'Nuclear Sniffer' Plane Deployed in Europe Amid Mysterious Spike in Radiation

  • Rethinking China’s Fast Reactor
    February 21, 2017 Edition

    Rethinking China’s Fast Reactor

    IN THIS ISSUE: Rethinking China's Fast Reactor, U.S. Senators Look to New Sanctions Against Iran for Missile Development, It’s About to Cost a Lot More Money to Launch a Nuclear Bomb, India, Pakistan Extend Pact on Cutting Risk of Nuclear-Related Mishaps, The Murky Future of Nuclear Power in the United States, Japan Nuclear Power Industry Set to Initiate Safety Checks

  • Russia Deploys Missile, Violating Treaty and Challenging Trump
    February 16, 2017 Edition

    Russia Deploys Missile, Violating Treaty and Challenging Trump

    IN THIS ISSUE: Russia Deploys Missile, Violating Treaty and Challenging Trump, Nuclear Modernization Costs: $400B Over 10 Years, S. Korea Mulls Over Test-Firing Ballistic Missile After N.K. Launch, Downfall of Toshiba, a Nuclear Industry Titan, Fifty Years of Success of Landmark Treaty of Tlatelolco, Trump vs the Iran Nuclear Deal

  • Trump's Nuclear Options: Upcoming Review Casts a Wide Net
    February 14, 2017 Edition

    Trump's Nuclear Options: Upcoming Review Casts a Wide Net

    IN THIS ISSUE: Trump's Nuclear Options: Upcoming Review Casts a Wide Net, Defense, Intelligence Officials Caution White House on Terrorist Designation for Iran’s Revolutionary Guard, Trump Admin Eyes Opportunity to Squash Iran, China, N. Korea Missile Threats, Merkel Forced to Deny Germany Planning to Lead a European Nuclear Superpower, The Future of Nuclear Weapons Will Be Networked, SOCOM Will Soon Lead the Pentagon’s Anti-WMD Efforts. Here’s What It Still Needs

  • French Nuclear Power Plant Explosion: Blast at EDF's Flamanville Station 'Does Not Cause Radioactive Leak'
    February 09, 2017 Edition

    French Nuclear Power Plant Explosion: Blast at EDF's Flamanville Station 'Does Not Cause Radioactive Leak'

    IN THIS ISSUE: French Nuclear Power Plant Explosion: Blast at EDF's Flamanville Station 'Does Not Cause Radioactive Leak', Concerns Iran May Pull Out of Nuclear Deal, Would Be Failure for Intl Community – Russian Diplomat, Allies to Hold Drill as Though THAAD Already Deployed, US, Japan Successfully Test New Ballistic Missile Killer, Poland Wants Nuclear Weapons for Europe, Iran Scraps Missile From Launchpad: Report

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