Proliferation News

  • August 11, 2022 Edition
    Biden Signs NATO Membership Protocols for Finland and Sweden

    IN THIS ISSUE: Biden Signs NATO Membership Protocols for Finland and Sweden, China, South Korea Clash over THAAD Anti-missile Systems, Japan's New Industry Minister Vows to Boost Use of Nuclear Power Amid Energy Challenges, Satellite Images Show War Dangerously Near Key Parts of Ukrainian Nuclear Plant, Russia Is at War With NATO: Kremlin Official, Shell Companies Purchase Radioactive Materials,

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  • August 10, 2022 Edition
    Russia Suspends US Inspections of its Nuclear Weapons Arsenal

    IN THIS ISSUE: Russia Suspends US Inspections of its Nuclear Weapons Arsenal, UN Chief Condemns 'Suicidal' Shelling Around Ukrainian Nuclear Plant, EU, Declaring Final Text Done, Adjourns Iran Talks: ‘Now it's for Capitals to Consider', Pentagon Again Delays Nuclear Missile Test Amid Chinese Drills Near Taiwan, North Korea Tests Explosive Devices at Nuclear Site, Pentagon Eyes Broader Missile Defe

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  • UN Chief Warns World is One Step From ‘Nuclear Annihilation’ August 2, 2022 Edition
    UN Chief Warns World is One Step From ‘Nuclear Annihilation’

    IN THIS ISSUE: UN Chief Warns World is One Step From ‘Nuclear Annihilation’, Biden, Putin Strike Conciliatory Tones as Nuclear Arms Talks Start at U.N., U.S. Eyes Sanctions Against Global Network It Believes Is Shipping Iranian Oil, U.S., S. Korea Agree to Expand Military Exercise, Resume Extended Deterrence Dialogue, Northrop Wins $3 Billion Contract to Manage US Homeland Missile Defense Systems,

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  • Biden Adviser Says Return to Iran Deal “Highly Unlikely” in Near Future July 28, 2022 Edition
    Biden Adviser Says Return to Iran Deal “Highly Unlikely” in Near Future

    IN THIS ISSUE: Biden Adviser Says Return to Iran Deal “Highly Unlikely” in Near Future, Kim Threatens to Use Nukes Amid Tensions With US, S. Korea, China Demands Korea Uphold ‘Three Nos’ Policy, As Sweden Gets Ready for NATO, Will Its Approach to Nuclear Weapons Change?, China to Raise Concerns Over AUKUS Submarine Deal at UN Treaty Meeting, Germany Rethinks Nuclear Power Exit Due to Threat of Win

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  • Nuclear Experts Question Possible Effects of Chinese Cell Towers on U.S. Missile Silos July 26, 2022 Edition
    Nuclear Experts Question Possible Effects of Chinese Cell Towers on U.S. Missile Silos

    IN THIS ISSUE: Nuclear Experts Question Possible Effects of Chinese Cell Towers on U.S. Missile Silos, South Korea Doubles Down on Risky ‘Kill Chain’ Plans to Counter North Korea Nuclear Threat, Iran Will Keep IAEA Cameras Turned Off Until Nuclear Deal is Restored, South Koreans Offer Aussies New Subs in 7 Years to Close Collins Gap, Russian Navy’s Massive Submarine Could Set the Stage for ‘a New

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  • July 21, 2022 Edition
    Remembering Michael Krepon

    IN THIS ISSUE: Nuclear Experts Question Possible Effects of Chinese Cell Towers on U.S. Missile Silos, South Korea Doubles Down on Risky ‘Kill Chain’ Plans to Counter North Korea Nuclear Threat, Iran Will Keep IAEA Cameras Turned Off Until Nuclear Deal is Restored, South Koreans Offer Aussies New Subs in 7 Years to Close Collins Gap, Russian Navy’s Massive Submarine Could Set the Stage for ‘a New

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  • Iran Claims "Technical Ability to Build a Nuclear Bomb" July 14, 2022 Edition
    Iran Claims "Technical Ability to Build a Nuclear Bomb"

    IN THIS ISSUE: Iran Claims "Technical Ability to Build a Nuclear Bomb", EU: End of Iran Nuclear Talks Near but May Not Yield Deal, The US Navy May Keep its Older Nuclear Missile Subs in the Water for Longer as the Cost of its New Missile Sub Balloons, Germany Leaves Door Open for Extending Nuclear Power Use Amid Energy Crisis, Remembering Michael Krepon

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  • Iran Enriches to 20% With New Centrifuges at Fortified Site July 12, 2022 Edition
    Iran Enriches to 20% With New Centrifuges at Fortified Site

    IN THIS ISSUE: Iran Enriches to 20% With New Centrifuges at Fortified Site, Test Rocket Carrying Component for Future Nuclear Armed ICBM Explodes After Takeoff, In Yongbyon, Activity Detected at Nuclear Waste Storage Facility for First Time Since 2016, Mini Nuclear Reactors Land in Scientific Spat Over Waste Output, Nuclear Notebook: How Many Nuclear Weapons Does India Have in 2022?, NYC Prepares

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  • U.N. Atomic Chief Warns of Growing Nuclear Risks July 7, 2022 Edition
    U.N. Atomic Chief Warns of Growing Nuclear Risks

    IN THIS ISSUE: U.N. Atomic Chief Warns of Growing Nuclear Risks, Why Has North Korea Stopped Boasting About Its Missile Tests?, Congress Poised to Shoot Down Biden’s Nuclear Rollback, IAEA Initiative to Accelerate Deployment of SMRs, Russian Army Turns Ukraine’s Largest Nuclear Plant Into a Military Base, Amid Energy Crisis, E.U. Says Gas, Nuclear Can Sometimes Be ‘Green’

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  • How Disagreements Over Russia’s Nuclear Threats Could Derail the NPT Review Conference July 5, 2022 Edition
    How Disagreements Over Russia’s Nuclear Threats Could Derail the NPT Review Conference

    IN THIS ISSUE: How Disagreements Over Russia’s Nuclear Threats Could Derail the NPT Review Conference, US Envoy Says Latest Iran Nuclear Talks Were ‘Wasted Occasion’, Ukraine Says Link Restored to Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Station, IAEA Working With Australia on Safeguards for Nuclear Subs: Grossi, ROK Military Chief Says North Korean Nuclear Test Unlikely During Monsoon Season, Experimental Missile Wa

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  • Why Security Assurances Are Losing Their Clout as a Nuclear Nonproliferation Instrument June 30, 2022 Edition
    Why Security Assurances Are Losing Their Clout as a Nuclear Nonproliferation Instrument

    IN THIS ISSUE: Why Security Assurances Are Losing Their Clout as a Nuclear Nonproliferation Instrument, U.S.-Iran Nuclear Negotiations in Qatar End Without Breakthrough, IAEA Loses Transmission From Ukraine’s Russian-Held Nuclear Power Plant, Australia Talks Down Prospect of Having Nuclear Subs by 2030, US Hypersonic Missile Fails in Test in Fresh Setback for Program, A Confidence-Building Defens

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  • Weapons of Mass Destruction: What Will Be New in the 2022 NATO Strategic Concept? June 28, 2022 Edition
    Weapons of Mass Destruction: What Will Be New in the 2022 NATO Strategic Concept?

    IN THIS ISSUE: Weapons of Mass Destruction: What Will Be New in the 2022 NATO Strategic Concept?, Missile Proliferation in the Indo-Pacific: Drivers and Consequences, Russia to Provide Nuclear-Capable Missiles and Fighter Jets to Belarus, Russia to Bolster Border With Nuclear Weapons, Missiles if Sweden, Finland Join NATO, U.S., Iran Gather for Indirect Talks on Nuclear-Deal Revival, Eye on AUKUS

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  • N. Korea Talks of New Army Duties Suggest Nuclear Deployment June 23, 2022 Edition
    N. Korea Talks of New Army Duties Suggest Nuclear Deployment

    IN THIS ISSUE: N. Korea Talks of New Army Duties Suggest Nuclear Deployment, House Authorizers Approve $45M to Keep Sea-Launched Nuke on Life Support, Russia’s Lavrov in Iran to Discuss Nuclear Deal, Cooperation, House Advances Bill to Train Australian Submariners Alongside US Counterparts, 1st U.N. Nuke Ban Treaty Meeting Urges “Immediate Action”, U.S. Supreme Court Strikes Down Washington Worker

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  • Iran Prepares Enrichment Escalation at Fordow Plant, IAEA Report Shows June 21, 2022 Edition
    Iran Prepares Enrichment Escalation at Fordow Plant, IAEA Report Shows

    IN THIS ISSUE: Iran Prepares Enrichment Escalation at Fordow Plant, IAEA Report Shows, South Korea Launches Homegrown Nuri Rocket Carrying Satellites Into Orbit, China Claims Successful Anti-Ballistic Missile Interceptor Test, Australia’s Dutton Says US Can Provide Two Nuclear Subs by 2030, Hyderabad: DRDL Engineer Leaked Data on Nuke-Capable Missiles, PM Kishida Cautious About Japan Acquiring Nuc

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  • Iran Sanctions Could Tighten if Nuclear Talks Fade, Biden Admin Officials Tell Senators June 16, 2022 Edition
    Iran Sanctions Could Tighten if Nuclear Talks Fade, Biden Admin Officials Tell Senators

    IN THIS ISSUE: Iran Sanctions Could Tighten if Nuclear Talks Fade, Biden Admin Officials Tell Senators, North Korea Expands Work at Nuclear Test Site to Second Tunnel -Report, South Korea Looks to Nuclear Expansion in Bid to Meet Climate Targets, New AUKUS Caucus Bill Calls for U.S.-Australia Sub Training Pipeline, British Submariners’ Emails Put U.K. Nuclear Deterrent at Risk, Judge Rules, Who Is

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  • War, Peace, and (In)Justice in the Nuclear Age June 14, 2022 Edition
    War, Peace, and (In)Justice in the Nuclear Age

    IN THIS ISSUE: War, Peace, and (In)Justice in the Nuclear Age, China Defense Minister Says Nuclear Buildup Is Justified, Iran Says Nuclear Talks Ongoing Through EU’s Top Envoy, Blinken Says US Is Prepared to Make Adjustments to Military Posture in Response to North Korea, Australia Pays Up to French Sub Maker for Cancelled Deal; Paris Reacts Positively, A Secret City With a Secret African American

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  • U.S. Warns North Korea Preparing Nuclear Test, Considering Use of Tactical Nuclear Weapon June 9, 2022 Edition
    U.S. Warns North Korea Preparing Nuclear Test, Considering Use of Tactical Nuclear Weapon

    IN THIS ISSUE: U.S. Warns North Korea Preparing Nuclear Test, Considering Use of Tactical Nuclear Weapon, Iran Removing 27 Surveillance Cameras at Nuclear Sites: IAEA, New US Nuclear-Missile Submarines Hobbled by Billions in Growing Costs and Delays, Cotton Nominated to Lead US Strategic Command, Two New Leaders Tapped for MAJCOMS, Defence Faces Budget Blowout With Aukus Nuclear Submarines to Cost

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  • Can the World Avoid a Cyber-Nuclear Catastrophe? June 7, 2022 Edition
    Can the World Avoid a Cyber-Nuclear Catastrophe?

    IN THIS ISSUE: Can the World Avoid a Cyber-Nuclear Catastrophe?, Brazil Initiates Talks With IAEA on Fuel for Planned Nuclear Submarine, US, South Korea Fire Missiles in Response to Kim Jong Un Barrage, Lawmakers Threaten DoD’s No. 2 Over ‘Stalled’ Cruise Missile Decision, Australia Assures Visiting US Officials on Nuclear Safety as Aukus Talks Continue, Ukraine Bars Nuclear Regulator From Visitin

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  • In Chernobyl’s Delicate Nuclear Labs, Russians Looted Safety Systems June 2, 2022 Edition
    In Chernobyl’s Delicate Nuclear Labs, Russians Looted Safety Systems

    IN THIS ISSUE: In Chernobyl’s Delicate Nuclear Labs, Russians Looted Safety Systems, Iran, Still Haunted by Dealings With Infamous Nuclear Smuggler, China Signals It Won’t Support New Sanctions if North Korea Tests Nuclear Weapon, EDF Rules Out Keeping Nuclear Plant Open Despite Energy Crisis, New Aussie Defense Chief’s First Priority: Closing 20-Year Sub ‘Gap’, President Biden: What America Will

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  • Tactical Nuclear Weapons Won’t Fix South Korea’s Security Concerns May 31, 2022 Edition
    Tactical Nuclear Weapons Won’t Fix South Korea’s Security Concerns

    IN THIS ISSUE: Tactical Nuclear Weapons Won’t Fix South Korea’s Security Concerns, U.N. Says Iran Has Enough Uranium to Produce Nuclear Weapon, China and the U.S. Are Arranging an In-Person Meeting Between Heads of Defense, Mini Nuclear Reactors Have an Outsized Waste Problem, Abe Shinzo in His Own Words, US Military Wants to Demonstrate New Nuclear Power Systems in Space by 2027

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