Proliferation News

  • Iran’s Security Council Rejects Draft Nuclear Deal With U.S., Spokesman Says July 22, 2021 Edition
    Iran’s Security Council Rejects Draft Nuclear Deal With U.S., Spokesman Says

    IN THIS ISSUE: Iran’s Security Council Rejects Draft Nuclear Deal With U.S., Spokesman Says, Pentagon Watchdog to Review ‘Nuclear Football’ Safety Procedures After January 6 Incident, Nuclear Notebook: How Many Nuclear Weapons Does North Korea Have in 2021?, Lawmakers Urge Biden to Make ‘Bold Decisions’ in Nuclear Review, This is Our First View of Russia’s New S-500 Air Defense System in Action

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  • U.S. Weighs New Sanctions on Iran’s Oil Sales to China if Nuclear Talks Fail July 20, 2021 Edition
    U.S. Weighs New Sanctions on Iran’s Oil Sales to China if Nuclear Talks Fail

    IN THIS ISSUE: U.S. Weighs New Sanctions on Iran’s Oil Sales to China if Nuclear Talks Fail, Caught Between China and the U.S., Asian Countries Stockpile Powerful New Missiles, ‘A Big Blow’: Washington’s Arms Controllers Brace for Loss of Their Biggest Backer, State, Dems Call Out Cruz Over Holds Ahead of Key Russian Talks, Air Force Nuclear Cruise Missiles Seen Costing About $29 Billion, Tsirkon Missile Confirms Tactical and Technical Characteristics During Test — Top Brass

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  • U.S. Prepared to Lift Nearly all Iran Sanctions, Zarif Tells Parliament July 15, 2021 Edition
    U.S. Prepared to Lift Nearly all Iran Sanctions, Zarif Tells Parliament

    IN THIS ISSUE: U.S. Prepared to Lift Nearly all Iran Sanctions, Zarif Tells Parliament, Official: U.S. Still Wants to Revive Nuclear Deal, Despite Iran Kidnap Allegations, NNSA Produces First Upgraded Warhead for Sub-Launched Nukes, Russia to Discuss Strategic Stability With U.S. Next Week -RIA Cites Sources, ‘They’re Not Going to F**king Succeed’: Top Generals Feared Trump Would Attempt a Coup After Election, According to New Book, Let’s Not Get Into a Nuclear Arms Race With China

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  • DoD Set to Kick Off Major Nuclear Scrub July 13, 2021 Edition
    DoD Set to Kick Off Major Nuclear Scrub

    IN THIS ISSUE: DoD Set to Kick Off Major Nuclear Scrub, Iran Talks Seen Withering Until August as Oil Market Heats Up, US Envoy Warns China ‘Looking At’ New Nuclear Technologies, Israel To Seek ‘Advanced’ Tech From US in Case of New Iran Deal, Warhead for Air Force's First Hypersonic Missile Tested for the First Time, The U.S. Says It Can Answer Cyberattacks With Nuclear Weapons. That’s Lunacy.

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  • Russian-US Strategic Stability Talks to be Held in Europe in a Few Weeks, Says Ambassador July 8, 2021 Edition
    Russian-US Strategic Stability Talks to be Held in Europe in a Few Weeks, Says Ambassador

    IN THIS ISSUE: Russian-US Strategic Stability Talks to be Held in Europe in a Few Weeks, Says Ambassador, Chinese, U.S. Envoys on N. Korea Agree to Maintain Communication, U.S. Expects Seventh Round of Iran Nuclear Talks; No Details When, Raytheon Wins $2B Contract for New Nuclear Cruise Missile, New B-21 Raider Stealth Bomber Rendering Released by the Air Force, Does “Deterrence” Work?

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  • Pentagon Sees “Increased Potential” for Nuclear Conflict July 6, 2021 Edition
    Pentagon Sees “Increased Potential” for Nuclear Conflict

    IN THIS ISSUE: Pentagon Sees “Increased Potential” for Nuclear Conflict, South Korea’s Mysterious Submarine-Launched Ballistic Missile Tested From Underwater Platform: Report, Iran Gives IAEA Notice on Escalating Uranium Metal Work, Iran Accuses Israel of June Attack on Civilian Nuclear Site, Iran’s Sole Nuclear Power Plant Up and Running After Closure, NPT Review Delayed Again, Biden Taps Lawyer Mallory Stewart for U.S. Arms Control Post

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  • Don’t Panic About China’s New Nuclear Capabilities July 1, 2021 Edition
    Don’t Panic About China’s New Nuclear Capabilities

    IN THIS ISSUE: Don’t Panic About China’s New Nuclear Capabilities, Satellite Photos Show China Expanding Its Mysterious Desert Airfield, Iran Diplomacy Nerves Fray as Atomic Talks Run Into Summer, Iran Restricts IAEA Access to Main Enrichment Plant After Attack -Diplomats, NK Leader Vows to Elevate Relations With China to New Strategic Point, Nuclear Weapon Skeptics Face Turbulent Path to Rein in the Pentagon

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  • Can a Credible Nuclear Breakout Time With Iran Be Restored? June 29, 2021 Edition
    Can a Credible Nuclear Breakout Time With Iran Be Restored?

    IN THIS ISSUE: Can a Credible Nuclear Breakout Time With Iran Be Restored?, Hardening Stances by Iran and U.S. Complicate Negotiations to Revive Nuclear Deal, Nuclear Posture Review, National Defense Strategy Will Be Thoroughly Integrated, S. Korea to Develop ‘Iron Dome’-Style Defence System to Counter North’s Artillery, US Officials Double Down on Push for Nuclear Modernization, DRDO Successfully Tests New Generation Nuclear Capable Missile Agni-P

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  • U.S. Navy Ships Close to Getting Interceptors That Could Stop an ICBM June 23, 2021 Edition
    U.S. Navy Ships Close to Getting Interceptors That Could Stop an ICBM

    IN THIS ISSUE: U.S. Navy Ships Close to Getting Interceptors That Could Stop an ICBM, Diplomats: Progress Made in Vienna at Iran Nuclear Talks, Pentagon Tracked Failed Iranian Satellite Launch and New Images Reveal Tehran is Set to Try Again, Russia Views Moratorium on Short- and Medium-Range Missiles as Priority — Senior Diplomat, North Korea to Washington: Timetable on Talks is Up to Us, Not You, Air Force Says Hypersonic Missile Tests Could Kill Four Snails and 90 Clams

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  • Reducing Nuclear Salience: How to Reassure Northeast Asian Allies June 17, 2021 Edition
    Reducing Nuclear Salience: How to Reassure Northeast Asian Allies

    IN THIS ISSUE: Reducing Nuclear Salience: How to Reassure Northeast Asian Allies, Cooperation Under Asymmetry? The Future of US-China Nuclear Relations, Russia, US Will Launch Arms Control Talks to Avoid ‘Accidental War’, Iran Nuclear Deal Hangs in Balance as Islamic Republic Votes, Acting SECNAV Says Memo Doesn’t Mean He’s Canceling Nuclear Sea-Launched Cruise Missile, New GBSD Will Fly in 2023; No Margin Left for Minuteman, U.S. Nuclear Regulator Approves Fuel for Next-Generation Reactors

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  • Congressional Testimony: Military-Civil Fusion and China’s Nuclear Program June 15, 2021 Edition
    Congressional Testimony: Military-Civil Fusion and China’s Nuclear Program

    IN THIS ISSUE: Congressional Testimony: Military-Civil Fusion and China’s Nuclear Program, How Will U.S.-Russia Arms Control Affect the Geneva Summit?, The United States, Israel, and the Iranian Nuclear Program, U.S. Lifts Some Sanctions on Iranians Before Nuclear Talks, A Former Nuclear Negotiator’s Advice for Biden and Putin, China Says Radiation Levels are Normal Around Taishan Nuclear Power Plant After Reported Leak

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  • Congressional Testimony: Missile Defense Strategy, Policies, and Programs in Review of the Defense Authorization Request June 10, 2021 Edition
    Congressional Testimony: Missile Defense Strategy, Policies, and Programs in Review of the Defense Authorization Request

    IN THIS ISSUE: Congressional Testimony: Missile Defense Strategy, Policies, and Programs in Review of the Defense Authorization Request, Navy Eyes Canceling Nuclear Missile, China’s Rocket Force Tests ‘Carrier Killer’ DF-26 Ballistic Missiles, U.S. Says Iran Nuclear Talks to Resume Over the Weekend, S. Korea Continues Attempts to Call N.K. Every Day Through Panmunjom Hotline to No Avail: Official, Kim Jong Un Appears to Have Lost Some Weight — and That Could Have Geopolitical Consequences

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  • Iran Says Next President Won’t Change Course on Nuclear Deal June 8, 2021 Edition
    Iran Says Next President Won’t Change Course on Nuclear Deal

    IN THIS ISSUE: Iran Says Next President Won’t Change Course on Nuclear Deal, U.N. Nuclear Watchdog Sees Indications of Plutonium Work in North Korea, Iraq Aims to Go Nuclear to Resolve Crippling Power Shortages, B-21 Speeds to IOC; ARRW Test Slated for Next Month: Ray, White House Defends Biden-Putin Summit, Calling it ‘Vital’ for Defending American Interests, For State Department’s No. 2, Another Turn at High-Stakes Diplomacy

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  • Biden Goes ‘Full Steam Ahead’ on Trump’s Nuclear Expansion Despite Campaign Rhetoric June 3, 2021 Edition
    Biden Goes ‘Full Steam Ahead’ on Trump’s Nuclear Expansion Despite Campaign Rhetoric

    IN THIS ISSUE: Biden Goes ‘Full Steam Ahead’ on Trump’s Nuclear Expansion Despite Campaign Rhetoric, EU Official Sees Iran Nuclear Deal at Next Round of Talks, Russian Upper House Votes to Exit From Overflight Treaty, Gadsden Flag Patch on Airman’s Uniform Wasn’t Authorized, Officials Say, Japan Softens Commitment to Nuclear Power in Draft Growth Strategy, Biden Urged to Bring Missile Defense Reductions to Putin Summit

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  • Simple Steps for Nuclear Weapon States to Honor Their Disarmament Commitments June 1, 2021 Edition
    Simple Steps for Nuclear Weapon States to Honor Their Disarmament Commitments

    IN THIS ISSUE: Simple Steps for Nuclear Weapon States to Honor Their Disarmament Commitments, US Soldiers Expose Nuclear Weapons Secrets via Flashcard Apps, UN Watchdog: Access to Key Iranian Data Lacking Since Feb 23, North Korea Accuses US of ‘Hostile Act’ in Terminating ROK Missile Limits, Biden Nuclear Nominee Would Continue Trump-Era Plutonium Pit Production Plans, The Missile Defense Agency’s $8.9B Budget Request Focuses on Next-Gen Defense

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  • Renewed Iran Nuclear Deal ‘Feasible’ as Talks Enter Likely Final Round May 27, 2021 Edition
    Renewed Iran Nuclear Deal ‘Feasible’ as Talks Enter Likely Final Round

    IN THIS ISSUE: Renewed Iran Nuclear Deal ‘Feasible’ as Talks Enter Likely Final Round, New North Korea Envoy to Be Part-Time Only, The Stands They Are a Changin’, Russia Raises Concerns Over U.S. Implementation of Arms Control Treaty, Plan to Buy 145 B-21 Raider Bombers Gets Endorsement From Biden Air Force Nominee, Tritium Upgrades at Savannah River Site ‘Essential’ for Nuclear Bomb Refurbishment

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  • Iran Extends Agreement With Nuclear Agency, Averting Crisis May 25, 2021 Edition
    Iran Extends Agreement With Nuclear Agency, Averting Crisis

    IN THIS ISSUE: Iran Extends Agreement With Nuclear Agency, Averting Crisis, China’s Mysterious H-20 Strategic Bomber ‘May Be Able to Strike Second Island Chain’, US Lifts Missile Restrictions on South Korea, Ending Range and Warhead Limits, Estimated Cost of US Nuclear Modernization Jumps 28 Percent, Russia Says It Can Now Operate Nuclear Capable Bombers From Syrian Air Base, Pakistan’s Largest Chinese-Built Nuclear Plant to Start Operating

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  • U.S. Will Build on Singapore Agreement With N. Korea: Campbell May 20, 2021 Edition
    U.S. Will Build on Singapore Agreement With N. Korea: Campbell

    IN THIS ISSUE: U.S. Will Build on Singapore Agreement With N. Korea: Campbell, Moon Jae-in Hoping to Ratify 2018 Agreement With Kim Jong Un in Parliament, Iran Nuclear Talks Show Increasing Hopes of a Resolution, Iran’s Oil Exports Rise as U.S. Looks to Rejoin Nuclear Accord, Blinken and Lavrov Hold First High-Level Meeting of Biden's Presidency as US-Russia Tensions Simmer, Georgia Nuclear Plant Now Delayed Until 2022 as Costs Mount

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  • Iran Uranium Plant Stalls as Talks on Nuclear Deal Inch Forward May 18, 2021 Edition
    Iran Uranium Plant Stalls as Talks on Nuclear Deal Inch Forward

    IN THIS ISSUE: Iran Uranium Plant Stalls as Talks on Nuclear Deal Inch Forward, South Korean President to Visit US for Five Days, Talk North Korea With Biden, U.S. Says China is Resisting Nuclear Arms Talks, Russia’s Northernmost Base Projects its Power Across Arctic, Xi and Putin to Mark Expansion of China-Russia Nuclear Power Project Ahead of US Talks, The U.S. Government Hides Some of its Darkest Secrets at the Department of Energy

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  • UN Watchdog: Iran Has Enriched Uranium to Highest Purity Yet May 13, 2021 Edition
    UN Watchdog: Iran Has Enriched Uranium to Highest Purity Yet

    IN THIS ISSUE: UN Watchdog: Iran Has Enriched Uranium to Highest Purity Yet, Army Discloses Hypersonic LRHW Range of 1,725 Miles; Watch Out China, Competition Will Speed Up Fielding Timeline for Missile Defense Interceptor, MDA Boss Says, U.S. Intel Chief Haines Visits DMZ Amid Policy Coordination Efforts on N. Korea, The Wrong Lesson to Take From Israel’s Iron Dome, Open Letter in Support of Free Inquiry and Discussion

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