Proliferation News

  • N. Korea Flexes Nuclear Power Amid Regional Arms Race, Wants U.S. to End ‘Hostile Policy’ October 14, 2021 Edition
    N. Korea Flexes Nuclear Power Amid Regional Arms Race, Wants U.S. to End ‘Hostile Policy’

    IN THIS ISSUE: N. Korea Flexes Nuclear Power Amid Regional Arms Race, Wants U.S. to End ‘Hostile Policy’, US, Israel Say They Are Exploring a ‘Plan B’ for Iran, Pentagon Says Hypersonic Weapons Are Too Expensive, S. Korea’s Top Nuclear Envoy Says Russia’s Role ‘Important’ in Restarting N. Korea Talks, China’s Missile Silos and the Sino-Indian Nuclear Competition, Can U.S. and South Korean Public Opinion Align on North Korea?

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  • At Exhibition Showing Off Nuclear Arms, N. Korea Displays Apparent New Weapon October 12, 2021 Edition
    At Exhibition Showing Off Nuclear Arms, N. Korea Displays Apparent New Weapon

    IN THIS ISSUE: At Exhibition Showing Off Nuclear Arms, N. Korea Displays Apparent New Weapon, FBI Sting Operation Nets Couple Accused of Trying to Sell US Nuclear Secrets, Nuclear Negotiators Close in on Date to Restart Iran Talks, Pakistani Scientist A.Q. Khan, Who Secretly Sold Nuclear-Weapons Technology, Dies at 85, Russia Developing Su-57-Launched Hypersonic Anti-Ship Missile, The Iron Dome Air Defense System is Heading to Guam

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  • Biden Administration Reveals Number of Nuclear Weapons in US Stockpile October 7, 2021 Edition
    Biden Administration Reveals Number of Nuclear Weapons in US Stockpile

    IN THIS ISSUE: Biden Administration Reveals Number of Nuclear Weapons in US Stockpile, North Korea Trying to Hide Uranium Plant Expansion, Group Says, Former Officials Call for AUKUS Submarines to Use Low Enriched Uranium, Blinken, Lavrov Discuss Iran Nuclear Deal as Tehran Signals Talks ‘Days’ Away, U.S. Suspends Authority to Ship Nuclear Materials to China’s CGN, North Korea: New Terminology Portends Ongoing Policy Shift

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  • Iran Told U.S. to Unblock $10 Billion to Start Nuclear Talks October 5, 2021 Edition
    Iran Told U.S. to Unblock $10 Billion to Start Nuclear Talks

    IN THIS ISSUE: Iran Told U.S. to Unblock $10 Billion to Start Nuclear Talks, Koreas Talk on Hotline Restored After North’s Missile Tests, US, Russia to Push Ahead on Arms Control, Strategic Talks, Russia Test-Fires New Hypersonic Missile From Submarine, Iran Plays for Time as Pessimism Grows Over Nuclear Talks, North Korea Sends Confusing Signals: Dialogue or Tension?

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  • North Korea Says Hypersonic Missile Made 1st Test Flight September 30, 2021 Edition
    North Korea Says Hypersonic Missile Made 1st Test Flight

    IN THIS ISSUE: North Korea Says Hypersonic Missile Made 1st Test Flight, Iran’s Advances Spur Debate in Israel on “Nuclear Ambiguity” Policy, AUKUS Submarine Deal ‘Very Tricky’ for Nuclear Inspectors -IAEA Chief, U.S. Has Reached Out to China About Cutting Oil Imports From Iran, Officials Say, ‘Global Strike From Space;’ Did Kendall Reveal Chinese Threat?, Congress Shouldn’t Rubber-Stamp Hypersonic Weapons

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  • A Freeze for Freeze Redux on the Korean Peninsula September 28, 2021 Edition
    A Freeze for Freeze Redux on the Korean Peninsula

    IN THIS ISSUE: A Freeze for Freeze Redux on the Korean Peninsula, US-Russia Set 2nd Round of Strategic Talks Under Biden Admin, North Korea Tests Missile Hours Before South Korea Launches New Submarine, Rebuking Biden, Iran’s Chief Diplomat Demands More Sanctions Relief, Nuclear Submarine for Japan? Kono Says Yes, Kishida Says No, Biden Hit With Backlash Over Removal of Pentagon’s Top Nuclear Policy Official

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  • A Call to Arms: Kim Jong Un and the Tactical Bomb September 23, 2021 Edition
    A Call to Arms: Kim Jong Un and the Tactical Bomb

    IN THIS ISSUE: A Call to Arms: Kim Jong Un and the Tactical Bomb, Pentagon’s Top Nuclear Policy Official Ousted in Reorganization, Watchdog Expects Delays to Space Force’s Next Missile Warning Satellites, B-83 86’ed? Not if GOP Can Help It., GBSD: First Missile Test Flight 2023, Initial Production 2026, New Push on to Expand Nuclear Radiation Compensation in US

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  • Why the AUKUS Submarine Deal Is Bad for Nonproliferation—And What to Do About It September 21, 2021 Edition
    Why the AUKUS Submarine Deal Is Bad for Nonproliferation—And What to Do About It

    IN THIS ISSUE: Why the AUKUS Submarine Deal Is Bad for Nonproliferation—And What to Do About It, Deciphering Iran’s Nuclear Strategy, Satellite Images Reveal North Korea Expanding Facility Used to Produce Weapons-Grade Uranium, Air Force Secretary Warns of China’s Burgeoning Nuclear Arsenal, Reveals B-21 Detail, Iran Says Nuclear Talks Will Resume Within ‘Next Few Weeks’, Nuclear Modernization Casts Budget Shadow Over Air Force Plans

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  • U.S. Will Share Nuclear Submarine Technology With Australia as Part of New Alliance, a Direct Challenge to China September 16, 2021 Edition
    U.S. Will Share Nuclear Submarine Technology With Australia as Part of New Alliance, a Direct Challenge to China

    IN THIS ISSUE: U.S. Will Share Nuclear Submarine Technology With Australia as Part of New Alliance, a Direct Challenge to China, Both North and South Korea Fire Ballistic Missiles as Tensions Rise on Peninsula, Iran Demotes Top Nuclear Diplomat in Foreign Ministry Reshuffle, The US Navy’s Nuclear Proliferation Problem, Russia Begins Rollout of New S-500 Air Defence System – Report, Introducing Carnegie’s President

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  • Why North Korea’s New Cruise Missile Matters September 14, 2021 Edition
    Why North Korea’s New Cruise Missile Matters

    IN THIS ISSUE: Why North Korea’s New Cruise Missile Matters, Iran Intends to Resume Nuclear Talks in the Near Future, US Momentum Grows for Push to Start Strategic Talks With China, Woodward/Costa Book: Worried Trump Could ‘Go Rogue,’ Milley Took Top-Secret Action to Protect Nuclear Weapons, China’s Nuclear Build-Up: The Great Distraction, Understanding Hypersonic Weapons: Managing the Allure and the Risks

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  • North Korea and U.S. Missile Defense Capabilities September 9, 2021 Edition
    North Korea and U.S. Missile Defense Capabilities

    IN THIS ISSUE: North Korea and U.S. Missile Defense Capabilities, Iran Blocking IAEA Access to Nuclear-Related Sites, Russia Concerned About Iran's Nuclear Capabilities, N. Korea, Slimmed Down Kim Jong Un, Enjoy Toned-Down Parade, IAEA to Send Experts to Japan in December to Review Fukushima Water Release Plan, Under Secretary Bonnie Jenkins’ Remarks: Nuclear Arms Control: A New Era?

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  • NATO Chief Urges China to Join Nuclear Arms Control Talks September 7, 2021 Edition
    NATO Chief Urges China to Join Nuclear Arms Control Talks

    IN THIS ISSUE: NATO Chief Urges China to Join Nuclear Arms Control Talks, South Korea Fires Submarine-Launched Ballistic Missile for First Time as North Prepares Military Parade, Boosted by China and Russia, Iran Digs In on Nuclear Talks, Israel’s Military Chief Says ‘Accelerating’ Iran Strike Plans, N.Korea Promotes General to Ruling Party's Powerful Presidium, Japan Prime Minister Contender Takes Harder Line on Missile-Strike Ability

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  • North Korea and the Proof of Nuclear Adherence September 2, 2021 Edition
    North Korea and the Proof of Nuclear Adherence

    IN THIS ISSUE: North Korea and the Proof of Nuclear Adherence, What the Restarting of North Korea’s Yongbyon Reactor Means, MoD Could Move UK Nuclear Subs Abroad if Scotland Breaks Away, France, Germany Urge Iran to Return Speedily to Nuclear Deal Talks, Satellite Imagery Shows North Korean Troops Preparing for Military Parade, Climate Change Worries Fuel Nuclear Dreams

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  • North Korea Appears to Have Restarted Yongbyon Nuclear Reactor August 31, 2021 Edition
    North Korea Appears to Have Restarted Yongbyon Nuclear Reactor

    IN THIS ISSUE: North Korea Appears to Have Restarted Yongbyon Nuclear Reactor, Iran Appoints Ex-Roads Minister as Head of Nuclear Agency, Strategic Command Needs New Three-Way Deterrence Model, Deputy Commander Says, Iran Hints Nuclear Talks May Not Resume Until November, UN Team: Unclear if Fukushima Cleanup Can Finish by 2051, Pakistan’s Nuclear Program Posed “Acute Dilemma” for U.S. Policy

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  • Biden to Tell Israel PM He Shares Alarm Over Iran but Sticking to Nuclear Diplomacy August 26, 2021 Edition
    Biden to Tell Israel PM He Shares Alarm Over Iran but Sticking to Nuclear Diplomacy

    IN THIS ISSUE: Biden to Tell Israel PM He Shares Alarm Over Iran but Sticking to Nuclear Diplomacy, US Says Open to N. Korea Aid, Regardless of Denuclearization Progress, Nuclear Inspectors Seek to Plug Gaps Observing Iran’s Program, Space Force’s Next Generation of Missile Warning Satellites Passes Major Design Milestone, Sweden Risks Blackouts as It Runs Out of Space to Store Nuclear Waste, Fukushima Nuclear Water to Be Released Via Undersea Tunnel

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  • Biden's Iran Envoy Calls Nuclear Deal’s Fate ‘One Big Question Mark’ August 24, 2021 Edition
    Biden's Iran Envoy Calls Nuclear Deal’s Fate ‘One Big Question Mark’

    IN THIS ISSUE: Biden's Iran Envoy Calls Nuclear Deal’s Fate ‘One Big Question Mark’, China Has Improved Accuracy of Its Missile Force, U.S. Army Finds, Wildfires Near Russia’s Nuclear Research Center Spark State of Emergency, Putin Launches Construction of New Warships Amid Tensions, Missile Defense Agency Director Wants Less Complex, More Mobile Aegis Ashore, Pentagon Poised to Unveil, Demonstrate Classified Space Weapon

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  • New Satellite Images Show Russia May Be Preparing to Test Nuclear Powered ‘Skyfall’ Missile August 19, 2021 Edition
    New Satellite Images Show Russia May Be Preparing to Test Nuclear Powered ‘Skyfall’ Missile

    IN THIS ISSUE: New Satellite Images Show Russia May Be Preparing to Test Nuclear Powered ‘Skyfall’ Missile, Iran Accelerates Enrichment of Uranium to Near Weapons-Grade, IAEA Says, National Ignition Facility Experiment Puts Researchers at Threshold of Fusion Ignition, S. Korea to Begin Mass Production of Surface-to-Air Interceptor Missile, Nuclear-Test-Ban Body Chief Seeks to Untangle Challenge of Ratification, U.S. Commitment to Taiwan Under Scrutiny After Afghanistan’s Fall

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  • UN Nuclear Watchdog: Iran Producing More Uranium Metal August 17, 2021 Edition
    UN Nuclear Watchdog: Iran Producing More Uranium Metal

    IN THIS ISSUE: UN Nuclear Watchdog: Iran Producing More Uranium Metal, PLA Likely Begins Construction of an Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Silo Site Near Hanggin Banner, The Real Lessons of the Trump-Kim Love Letters, Anti-Satellite Weapons Push Military to Rethink Where It Puts Missile Sentinels in Space, Pakistan Successfully Test-Fires Surface-to-Surface Ballistic Missile Ghaznavi, S. Korea, U.S. to Kick Off Scaled-Back Combined Exercise This Week,

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  • JROC’s Next Target: ‘Integrated Air & Missile Defense’ August 12, 2021 Edition
    JROC’s Next Target: ‘Integrated Air & Missile Defense’

    IN THIS ISSUE: JROC’s Next Target: ‘Integrated Air & Missile Defense’, Iran President Picks Hawkish Diplomat to Lead Nuclear Talks, U.S., Russian Defense Chiefs Talk by Phone About ‘Strategic Stability’, Another ICBM Test Successful, Air Force Says, N Korea Repeats Threat as US Says Joint Drills Are Defensive, Russia’s 1st Regiment of Avangard Hypersonic Missiles To Go on Combat Alert by Yearend

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  • North Korea Threatens to Boost Nuclear Program Ahead of Drills Between U.S. and ‘Perfidious’ South August 10, 2021 Edition
    North Korea Threatens to Boost Nuclear Program Ahead of Drills Between U.S. and ‘Perfidious’ South

    IN THIS ISSUE: North Korea Threatens to Boost Nuclear Program Ahead of Drills Between U.S. and ‘Perfidious’ South, Biden’s Iran Nuclear Deal Ambitions Shrink as Tensions Flare, Russia’s Latest Nuclear-Powered Sub Capable of Carrying Tsirkon Hypersonic Missiles, How Will the Pentagon Close the Homeland Missile Defense Gap?, Plutonium Pits Are a Critical Obstacle in U.S. Nuclear Plans, The Black Reporter Who Exposed a Lie About the Atom Bomb

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