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  • The Crisis of Nuclear Arms Control March 31, 2022 Edition
    The Crisis of Nuclear Arms Control

    IN THIS ISSUE: The Crisis of Nuclear Arms Control, Concern Grows That North Korea Is Preparing for First Underground Nuclear Test in Years, S. Korea Conducts Rocket Launch Days After North’s ICBM Test, War Sanctions Snag Russia’s Building of Nuclear Plant in Turkey, Air Force Ditches Plans to Buy First Hypersonic ARRW Missile in FY23, US Imposes New Sanctions Against Iran’s Ballistic Missile Progr

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  • Policymakers and Experts Endorse Recommendations for Security Cooperation March 29, 2022 Edition
    Policymakers and Experts Endorse Recommendations for Security Cooperation

    IN THIS ISSUE: Policymakers and Experts Endorse Recommendations for Security Cooperation, Analysts Investigate Possibility of North Korea Missile Test ‘Deception’, UN Nuclear Watchdog Chief in Ukraine to Talk Safety Support, Biden Steers Away From Big Change to US Nuclear Weapons Policy, Biden Administration Kills Trump-Era Nuclear Cruise Missile Program, U.S. Says Iran Nuclear Deal Not Imminent A

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  • Averting a Nuclear Dystopia March 24, 2022 Edition
    Averting a Nuclear Dystopia

    IN THIS ISSUE: Averting a Nuclear Dystopia, North Korea Test-Fires Intercontinental Ballistic Missile, Iran’s Foreign Minister Says Nuclear Deal Closer ‘Than Ever’, Russia Destroys Chernobyl Radiation Monitoring Lab, Says Ukraine, China Aims to Expand Nuclear Power Programme Amid Threat of Global Energy Crisis Following Ukraine Invasion, How the Ukraine War Could Go Nuclear

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  • What Comes After Russia’s Attack on a Ukrainian Nuclear Power Station? March 22, 2022 Edition
    What Comes After Russia’s Attack on a Ukrainian Nuclear Power Station?

    IN THIS ISSUE: What Comes After Russia’s Attack on a Ukrainian Nuclear Power Station?, Iran Nuclear Deal’s Final Hurdle Is Lifting Terrorism Sanctions on Revolutionary Guards, U.S. Rethinks Uranium Supply for Nuclear Plants After Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine, N.K. Weekend Artillery Firing Did Not Breach Inter-Korean Accord: Defense Minister, Russia Claims First Use of Hypersonic Kinzhal Missile in

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  • Sure, Deter China—But Manage Risk With North Korea, Too March 17, 2022 Edition
    Sure, Deter China—But Manage Risk With North Korea, Too

    IN THIS ISSUE: Sure, Deter China—But Manage Risk With North Korea, Too, Iran Eliminates Some Weapons Potential in Uranium Stockpile, Submarine Spy Couple Tried to Sell Nuclear Secrets to Brazil, For N.Korea’s Missile Programme, Even Failures Can Be Sign of Progress, Well-Known Names to Help Guide Congress on Nuclear Issues, The Curious Case of the Accidental Indian Missile Launch

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  • Two Unusual Missile Launches Hint at a New Security Crisis in North Korea March 15, 2022 Edition
    Two Unusual Missile Launches Hint at a New Security Crisis in North Korea

    IN THIS ISSUE: Two Unusual Missile Launches Hint at a New Security Crisis in North Korea, To Support Zelensky, the United States Needs to Negotiate With Putin, Russia Says U.S. Sanctions Won’t Impede Iran Atomic Business, Germany to Buy F-35 Warplanes for Nuclear Deterrence, India Accidentally Fires Missile Into Pakistan, Russia Deploys a Mystery Munition in Ukraine, Can Russia’s War Revive the An

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  • How to Stop a New Nuclear Arms Race March 10, 2022 Edition
    How to Stop a New Nuclear Arms Race

    IN THIS ISSUE: How to Stop a New Nuclear Arms Race, James Acton: ‘Fukushima’ Is ‘Worst Case’ for What a Ukrainian Nuclear Power Plant Accident ‘Could Look Like’, Iran Suggests New Obstacles Hinder Nuclear Deal After Russian Interruption, North Korea to Launch Satellites to Monitor U.S. and Its Allies, Nuclear Modernization Is the ’Absolute Minimum,’ STRATCOM Commander Says, S. Korea Likely to

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  • Iran Chief Negotiator Unexpectedly Leaves Vienna as Nuclear Talks Hit Standstill? March 8, 2022 Edition
    Iran Chief Negotiator Unexpectedly Leaves Vienna as Nuclear Talks Hit Standstill

    IN THIS ISSUE: Iran Chief Negotiator Unexpectedly Leaves Vienna as Nuclear Talks Hit Standstill, Fire at Nuclear Power Plant From Russian Attack Sparks Fears of ‘Fukushima-Style Meltdown’, North Korea Could Return to ICBM, Nuclear Tests This Year, U.S. Intelligence Report, North Korea Fires Ballistic Missile in Extension of Testing, Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Says It Launches 2nd Satellite

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  • Russia Holds Drills With Nuclear Subs, Land-Based Missiles March 3, 2022 Edition
    Russia Holds Drills With Nuclear Subs, Land-Based Missiles

    IN THIS ISSUE: Russia Holds Drills With Nuclear Subs, Land-Based Missiles, U.S. Cancels Ballistic Missile Test to Avoid Escalating Russia Tensions, No Changes Coming to US Nuclear Posture After Russian Threat, IAEA Chief to Visit Iran in Possible Boost to Nuclear Deal, Iran, U.S. Close to Reviving Iranian Nuclear Deal, Taiwan to More Than Double Annual Missile Production Capacity Amid China Tensio

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  • How to Prevent Nuclear War: Give Putin a Way Out March 1, 2022 Edition
    How to Prevent Nuclear War: Give Putin a Way Out

    IN THIS ISSUE: How to Prevent Nuclear War: Give Putin a Way Out, The Most Immediate Nuclear Danger in Ukraine Isn’t Chernobyl, U.S., Iran Split Over Key Nuclear Issues as Deal Deadline Nears, Ukraine Asks IAEA for 30km Safe Zones Around Nuclear Plants, Russia’s Missiles See Mixed Results in Ukraine War as World Watches, How Beijing Views Seoul’s Role in Its Competition With Washington in the Indo-

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  • The Pathways of Inadvertent Escalation: Is a NATO-Russia War (Now) Possible? February 24, 2022 Edition
    The Pathways of Inadvertent Escalation: Is a NATO-Russia War (Now) Possible?

    IN THIS ISSUE: The Pathways of Inadvertent Escalation: Is a NATO-Russia War (Now) Possible?, Putin Spins a Conspiracy Theory That Ukraine Is on a Path to Nuclear Weapons, Negotiations Over the Iran Nuclear Deal Are Close to the End, and a Deal Appears Possible, South Koreans Overwhelmingly Want Nuclear Weapons to Confront China and North Korea, Poll Finds, Ukraine Crisis Could Spark North Korean L

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  • Thinking Nuclear: South Korean Attitudes on Nuclear Weapons February 22, 2022 Edition
    Thinking Nuclear: South Korean Attitudes on Nuclear Weapons

    IN THIS ISSUE: Thinking Nuclear: South Korean Attitudes on Nuclear Weapons, Why Europe Is Looking to Nuclear Power to Fuel a Green Future, Europe’s Role in Promoting US-China Arms Control Cooperation, U.S. Nears Return to Iran Nuclear Deal, Putin Leads Sweeping Nuclear Exercises as Tensions Soar, No US Missile Defense System Proven Capable Against ‘Realistic’ ICBM Threats: Study

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  • Separation of Religion and the Bomb February 17, 2022 Edition
    Separation of Religion and the Bomb

    IN THIS ISSUE: Separation of Religion and the Bomb, Iran Nuclear Deal Draft Puts Prisoners, Enrichment, Cash First, Oil Comes Later – Diplomats, On the Edge of a Polish Forest, Where Some of Putin’s Darkest Fears Lurk, China Now Understands What a Nuclear Rivalry Looks Like, Only Small Inventories of Hypersonic Missiles in USAF’s Future, Due to Cost, North Korea’s Hypersonic Missile Claims Are Cre

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  • How Kazakhstan Fought Back Against Soviet Nuclear Tests February 15, 2022 Edition
    How Kazakhstan Fought Back Against Soviet Nuclear Tests

    IN THIS ISSUE: How Kazakhstan Fought Back Against Soviet Nuclear Tests, A Letter From Moscow: (In)divisible Security and Helsinki 2.0, Iran ‘Is in a Hurry’ to Revive Nuclear Deal if Its Interests Secured -Foreign Minister, Maryland Man Pleads Guilty to Trying to Sell Nuclear Secrets to Foreign Government, Small Quakes Reported Near North Korea Nuclear Site Amid Talk of Resumed Testing

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  • Biden Administration Believes It Has Until End of Month to Salvage Iran Nuclear Deal February 10, 2022 Edition
    Biden Administration Believes It Has Until End of Month to Salvage Iran Nuclear Deal

    IN THIS ISSUE: Biden Administration Believes It Has Until End of Month to Salvage Iran Nuclear Deal, Defense Chiefs of S. Korea, U.S., Japan Agree on Close Cooperation Against N.K. Missile Threats, Imagery Shows N.Korea Preparing for Possible Military Parade – Report, Six B-21s in Production, Fuel Control Software Already Tested, 80 Pits by 2030 Won’t Happen, NNSA Boss Reaffirms. But ‘Acceleration

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  • Book Excerpt: Atomic Steppe: How Kazakhstan Gave Up the Bomb February 8, 2022 Edition
    Book Excerpt: Atomic Steppe: How Kazakhstan Gave Up the Bomb

    IN THIS ISSUE: Book Excerpt: Atomic Steppe: How Kazakhstan Gave Up the Bomb, Could High-Altitude Satellites in Space Spark Nuclear War?, US Says Iran Nuclear Deal 'In Sight' but Urgent Need to Finalize, North Korea: ‘Kim Doesn’t Just Want More Missiles, He Wants Better Ones’, North Korea Builds ICBM Base Near China as Fears of New Test Loom, Could Ukraine Have Retained Soviet Nuclear Weapons?

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  • U.S. Sees Iran’s Nuclear Program as Too Advanced to Restore Key Goal of 2015 Pact February 3, 2022 Edition
    U.S. Sees Iran’s Nuclear Program as Too Advanced to Restore Key Goal of 2015 Pact

    IN THIS ISSUE: U.S. Sees Iran’s Nuclear Program as Too Advanced to Restore Key Goal of 2015 Pact, U.S. Dangles Offer to Russia on Missile Checks at Key NATO Bases, US Asks UN to Meet on North Korea Missile That Can Reach US, Private Pentagon Report Shows Hurdles to Hypersonic Weapons, Rival Presidential Candidates Clash Over THAAD, Budget Uncertainty ‘Throttles’ MDA’s Development of a Hypersonic M

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  • A Lesson in Courage From Kazakhstan February 1, 2022 Edition
    A Lesson in Courage From Kazakhstan

    IN THIS ISSUE: A Lesson in Courage From Kazakhstan, North Korea Confirms Launch of Longest-Range Missile Since 2017, Time for Iran to Make ‘Tough Decisions’ on Whether to Revive 2015 Nuclear Deal, Says U.S. Official, Iran Moves Centrifuge-Parts Production out of Disputed Workshop, IAEA Says, Japan Not Closing Door on Hosting American INF Missiles, Pentagon Report: Air Force Should Work With Army

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  • U.S. Delivers Response to Russian Demands Amid Ukraine Crisis January 27, 2022 Edition
    U.S. Delivers Response to Russian Demands Amid Ukraine Crisis

    IN THIS ISSUE: U.S. Delivers Response to Russian Demands Amid Ukraine Crisis, North Korea Fires Two Missiles as U.S. Condemns Flurry of Tests, Russia Revises Expectations on Clinching Iran Nuclear Deal, Aussies Unveil New Hypersonics Center, Signal Distance From Ukraine Crisis, SecDef Austin Summons Hypersonics CEOs, Spring Talks in Europe Eyed for U.N. Nuclear Non-Proliferation Pact

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  • North Korea Launches Suspected Cruise Missiles January 25, 2022 Edition
    North Korea Launches Suspected Cruise Missiles

    IN THIS ISSUE: North Korea Launches Suspected Cruise Missiles, Differences Splinter U.S. Team Negotiating With Iran on Nuclear Deal, THAAD, in First Operational Use, Destroys Midrange Ballistic Missile in Houthi Attack, Iran Signals Willingness to Engage Directly With US on Deal, Debris From Russian Missile Test Nearly Strikes a Chinese Satellite, Militarized Dolphins Protect Almost a Quarter of t

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