Proliferation News

  • North Korea Tested Another ‘Hypersonic’ Missile, Says State Media January 6, 2022 Edition
    North Korea Tested Another ‘Hypersonic’ Missile, Says State Media

    IN THIS ISSUE: North Korea Tested Another ‘Hypersonic’ Missile, Says State Media, U.S. Sees “Snapback” Sanctions Threat as Tool to Deter Iran Enrichment, Uranium Jumps as Unrest Hits World’s Top Supplier Kazakhstan, China Says It Will Continue to Develop Nuclear Arsenal and US and Russia Must Make First Cuts, Japan Set to Develop Railguns to Counter Hypersonic Missiles, Why Do US Hypersonic Missil

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  • China, US, UK, France, and Russia Pledge to Avoid Nuclear War January 4, 2022 Edition
    China, US, UK, France, and Russia Pledge to Avoid Nuclear War

    IN THIS ISSUE: China, US, UK, France, and Russia Pledge to Avoid Nuclear War, US, Russia to Hold Talks on Arms Control, Ukraine on January 10, Iran Sends Rocket Into Space Amid Faltering Nuclear Talks, Angst Over China, Russia Lessens Chance of US Nuke Changes, S.Korea’s Ruling Party Presidential Candidate Pushes for Nuclear-Powered Submarines, Virus Delays UN Nuclear Treaty Meeting, Possibly til

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  • Israel’s Race Against Iranian Nukes Has Become a Marathon December 23, 2021 Edition
    Israel’s Race Against Iranian Nukes Has Become a Marathon

    IN THIS ISSUE: Israel’s Race Against Iranian Nukes Has Become a Marathon, US Intel and Satellite Images Show Saudi Arabia Is Now Building Its Own Ballistic Missiles With Help of China, Iran Nuclear Talks to Restart After ‘Disappointing’ Pause, ‘Pralay’, India’s First Conventional Ballistic Missile, Test-Fired Again, Belgium to Close All Current Nuclear Reactors by 2025, “Do You Hear What I Hear” W

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  • China and the International Debate on No First Use of Nuclear Weapons December 21, 2021 Edition
    China and the International Debate on No First Use of Nuclear Weapons

    IN THIS ISSUE: China and the International Debate on No First Use of Nuclear Weapons, Pakistan Tests Home-Grown Missile With Additional Range, The Pandemic Forced Kim Jong Un Into Retreat. The World Should Brace for His Resurgence, Iran Nuclear Talks Go Back to the Future, Australian Parliamentary Inquiry Upholds AUKUS Information Agreement, Third Test of the Air Force’s Hypersonic Weapon Has Fail

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  • Reimagining Nuclear Arms Control: A Comprehensive Approach December 16, 2021 Edition
    Reimagining Nuclear Arms Control: A Comprehensive Approach

    IN THIS ISSUE: Reimagining Nuclear Arms Control: A Comprehensive Approach, How the United States Can Use AUKUS to Strengthen Nuclear Nonproliferation, Nuclear Command-and-Control Satellites Should Be Off Limits, Iran and U.N. Watchdog Agree on Nuclear Verification Issue as Wider Negotiations Struggle, 10 Years at Helm, Kim Jong Un’s Nukes Are Still ‘Magic Wand’, Scholar Robert L. Jervis Passed Away This Month. He Pushed Policymakers to See the World’s Complexity.

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  • The U.S. Exit From the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty Has Fueled a New Arms Race December 14, 2021 Edition
    The U.S. Exit From the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty Has Fueled a New Arms Race

    IN THIS ISSUE: The U.S. Exit From the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty Has Fueled a New Arms Race, A Ticking Time-Bomb?, South Korea Has Long Wanted Nuclear Subs. A New Reactor Could Open a Door., Russia Says It May Be Forced to Deploy Mid-Range Nuclear Missiles in Europe, Satellite Images, Expert Suggest Iranian Space Launch Coming, ‘15 Minutes to Save the World’: A Terrifying VR Journey Into the Nuclear Bunker

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  • U.S., Israel to Discuss Military Drills for Iran Scenario December 9, 2021 Edition
    U.S., Israel to Discuss Military Drills for Iran Scenario

    IN THIS ISSUE: U.S., Israel to Discuss Military Drills for Iran Scenario, US Spooks Allies by Seeking Ways to Clarify Nuclear Weapons Posture, U.S. Moves to Tighten Iran Sanctions Enforcement as Nuclear Talks Stall, Israel Opposed the Iran Nuclear Deal, but Former Israeli Officials Increasingly Say U.S. Pullout Was a Mistake, Seoul Admits It’s Talking to Pyongyang on Declaration, New German Defense Minister Takes Office, as Allies Await Answers on Spending, Nukes

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  • Iran Nuclear Talks With World Powers to Resume on Thursday – Reports December 7, 2021 Edition
    Iran Nuclear Talks With World Powers to Resume on Thursday – Reports

    IN THIS ISSUE: Iran Nuclear Talks With World Powers to Resume on Thursday – Reports, CIA Chief Says Intelligence Agencies Haven’t Concluded Russia Will Invade Ukraine, With North Korea’s Kim Snubbing Talks, Seoul Kindles ‘Long Shot’ Bid for Pope Francis to Help, Austin Warns Against Over-Hyping Recent Chinese Weapons Tests, Pentagon Tester to Restrict Info on Weapons Programs, Raising Transparency Concerns, US Missile Defense Agency Declares Initial Delivery of Long-Range Discrimination Radar ...

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  • China’s Strategic Arsenal: Worldview, Doctrine, and Systems December 2, 2021 Edition
    China’s Strategic Arsenal: Worldview, Doctrine, and Systems

    IN THIS ISSUE: China’s Strategic Arsenal: Worldview, Doctrine, and Systems, Iran Makes Nuclear Advance Despite Talks to Salvage 2015 Deal, S. Korea, U.S. to Update War Plans to Deter Evolving N.K. Nuke, Missile Threats, U.S. and Iran Voice Pessimism About Reviving Nuclear Deal, Belarus President Offers to Host Russian Nuclear Weapons, Europe Revisits Nuclear Power as Climate Deadlines Loom

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  • Lessons From the Cold War on Preventing a U.S.-China Arms Race November 30, 2021 Edition
    Lessons From the Cold War on Preventing a U.S.-China Arms Race

    IN THIS ISSUE: Lessons From the Cold War on Preventing a U.S.-China Arms Race, Iran Preparing to Enrich Weapons-Grade Uranium, Israel Warns U.S., Iran Nuclear Talks to Restart as US Emphasizes It’s ‘Prepared to Use Other Options’ if Diplomacy Fails, Incoming German Government Commits to NATO Nuclear Deterrent, South Korea Longs for Trump’s Focus as Efforts to Engage Pyongyang Stall, Taiwan’s Friends Aid Stealthy Submarine Project as China Threat Rises

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  • Chinese Hypersonic Weapon Fired a Missile Over South China Sea November 23, 2021 Edition
    Chinese Hypersonic Weapon Fired a Missile Over South China Sea

    IN THIS ISSUE: Chinese Hypersonic Weapon Fired a Missile Over South China Sea, China Is Expanding Its Effort to Launch Weapons From Hypersonic Missiles, Xi Says China Ready to Sign ASEAN's Nuclear Arms-Free Zone Treaty, Raytheon, Northrop, Lockheed to Compete for Hypersonic Interceptor, UN Nuclear Watchdog Chief Presses for More Access in Iran, Germany’s Nuclear Option: No Nukes

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  • The Dangerous Fallout of Russia’s Anti-Satellite Missile Test November 18, 2021 Edition
    The Dangerous Fallout of Russia’s Anti-Satellite Missile Test

    IN THIS ISSUE: The Dangerous Fallout of Russia’s Anti-Satellite Missile Test, U.S. Floats Interim Iran Nuclear Deal, UN Atomic Watchdog: Iran Further Raising Nuclear Stockpile, US and China Agree to Hold Talks on Nuclear Arsenals, Top Military Leader Says China’s Hypersonic Missile Test ‘Went Around the World’, No Use. Period.

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  • Why Is China Building Up Its Nuclear Arsenal? November 16, 2021 Edition
    Why Is China Building Up Its Nuclear Arsenal?

    IN THIS ISSUE: Why Is China Building Up Its Nuclear Arsenal?, In First, Russian Test Strikes Satellite Using Earth-Based Missile, China’s Nuclear Arsenal Is Growing. What Does That Mean for U.S.-China Relations?, Iran Resumes Production of Advanced Nuclear-Program Parts, Diplomats Say, Hypersonic Sticker Shock: U.S. Weapons May Run $106 Million Each, S. Korean Candidate Takes Tough Line on North’s Nuclear Program

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  • Iran Claims It’s Almost Doubled Stockpile of Enriched Uranium With Nuclear Talks Set to Resume November 9, 2021 Edition
    Iran Claims It’s Almost Doubled Stockpile of Enriched Uranium With Nuclear Talks Set to Resume

    IN THIS ISSUE: Iran Claims It’s Almost Doubled Stockpile of Enriched Uranium With Nuclear Talks Set to Resume, Sputnik Was a Wakeup Call for the US. China’s ‘Hypersonic Missile’ Is a Trickier Challenge, Pentagon Bearing Down on Biden to Shelve Nuclear Reforms, U.S. Tests Israel’s Iron Dome in Guam as Defense Against Chinese Cruise Missiles, Australia Could Push to Acquire Retired US Navy Los Angeles Class Nuclear Submarines, China Builds Missile Targets Shaped Like U.S. Aircraft Carrier, ...

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  • China Seeks to Join the Nuclear Big League November 4, 2021 Edition
    China Seeks to Join the Nuclear Big League

    IN THIS ISSUE: China Seeks to Join the Nuclear Big League, Iran Nuclear Talks Set to Resume in Vienna at the End of November, North Korea Can Make More Uranium for Nuclear Bombs Than Previously Thought, Biden Administration Considers Adjusting Rationale for U.S. Nuclear Arsenal, U.S.-Russia Engagement Deepens as C.I.A. Head Travels to Moscow, Putin Says Russian Navy to Get Hypersonic Zircon Missiles in 2022

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  • Satellite Images Appear to Show China Is Making Significant Progress Developing Missile Silos That Could Eventually Launch Nuclear Weapons November 2, 2021 Edition
    Satellite Images Appear to Show China Is Making Significant Progress Developing Missile Silos That Could Eventually Launch Nuclear Weapons

    IN THIS ISSUE: Satellite Images Appear to Show China Is Making Significant Progress Developing Missile Silos That Could Eventually Launch Nuclear Weapons, Blinken on Iran Nuclear Deal: ‘We Still Believe Diplomacy Is the Best Path Forward’, Allies Lobby Biden to Prevent Shift to ‘No First Use’ of Nuclear Arms, Pentagon Rattled by Chinese Military Push on Multiple Fronts, Sensors Add to Accuracy and Power of U.S. Nuclear Weapons but May Create New Security Perils, An Unearthly Spectacle: The ...

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  • Iran Says Nuclear Accord Talks Will Resume Within Five Weeks October 28, 2021 Edition
    Iran Says Nuclear Accord Talks Will Resume Within Five Weeks

    IN THIS ISSUE: Iran Says Nuclear Accord Talks Will Resume Within Five Weeks, India Tests Nuclear-Capable Missile Amid Tensions With China, China’s New Orbital Weapon Underlines That Nuclear Peace Requires Arms Control, The F-35 Is One Step Closer to Carrying Nuclear Bombs. What’s Next?, Senate Appropriators Pile On Congressional Criticism of Next-Gen Missile Warning Program, Hiroshima Atomic Bombing Survivor Sunao Tsuboi Dies at 96

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  • Why South Korea Shouldn’t Build Its Own Nuclear Bombs October 26, 2021 Edition
    Why South Korea Shouldn’t Build Its Own Nuclear Bombs

    IN THIS ISSUE: Why South Korea Shouldn’t Build Its Own Nuclear Bombs, Iran’s Enrichment to High Levels at Natanz Plant Is Expanding, IAEA Says, Latest US Military Hypersonic Test Fails, US Urges N Korea to Stop Missile Tests and Return to Talks, U.N. Nonproliferation Talks to Be Held Jan. 4-28 in New York, China’s Latest Missile Test Raises the Stakes for Biden’s Nuclear Weapons Review

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  • China’s Tests Are No Sputnik Moment October 21, 2021 Edition
    China’s Tests Are No Sputnik Moment

    IN THIS ISSUE: China’s Tests Are No Sputnik Moment, China Conducted Two Hypersonic Weapons Tests This Summer, North Korea’s New Sub-Launched Missile Sign of Diversifying Nuclear Arsenal, Experts Say, U.S. to North Korea: It's Time for Sustained, Substantive Talks, IAEA Head Plans Iran Trip as Allies Seek to Reboot Nuclear Talks, S Korea Test Launches 1st Domestically Made Space Rocket

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  • China’s Orbital Bombardment System Is Big, Bad News—but Not a Breakthrough October 19, 2021 Edition
    China’s Orbital Bombardment System Is Big, Bad News—but Not a Breakthrough

    IN THIS ISSUE: China’s Orbital Bombardment System Is Big, Bad News—but Not a Breakthrough, North Korea Tests Possible Submarine Missile Amid Tensions, IAEA Chief Warns Iran Nuclear Surveillance Is No Longer ‘Intact’, From Spy Satellites to Mobile Networks, S. Korea Pins Space Hopes on New Rocket, US Army’s Precision Strike Missile Breaks Distance Record in Flight Test, ‘We Go Together’: US Space Force Chief Seeks Deeper Space Cooperation With South Korea

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