Proliferation News

  • Arms Control, Security Seen Leading Agenda of Proposed Putin-Biden Summit May 11, 2021 Edition
    Arms Control, Security Seen Leading Agenda of Proposed Putin-Biden Summit

    IN THIS ISSUE: Arms Control, Security Seen Leading Agenda of Proposed Putin-Biden Summit, Registration Opens for Hopefuls in Iran’s Presidential Vote, South’s Moon Hopes to Restart N. Korean Diplomacy With Biden, Putin Moves to Quit Open Skies as Russia Looks to Biden Summit, White House’s Slate of Nominees Would Put Familiar Faces Back in the Pentagon, Senior U.S. Officials: Biden Will Review Nuke-Modernizing Plan

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  • Biden’s Next Steps on North Korea Contain a Dose of Realism May 6, 2021 Edition
    Biden’s Next Steps on North Korea Contain a Dose of Realism

    IN THIS ISSUE: Biden’s Next Steps on North Korea Contain a Dose of Realism, New Negotiations on Nuclear Deal With Iran: How Stabilization Can Succeed Without Trust in Tehran, Air Force Aborts Test Launch of Unarmed Minuteman III Nuclear Missile, U.S. Nuclear Weapons Upgrade Sees Delay on Leaky Silos, Old Tech, Russia to Hold Three Test Launches of its Newest Sarmat ICBM This Year — Source, Vienna Nuclear Talks Hit a Snag Over Iran's Centrifuges

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  • We Don’t Have Enough Information to Evaluate Arguments for a New ICBM May 4, 2021 Edition
    We Don’t Have Enough Information to Evaluate Arguments for a New ICBM

    IN THIS ISSUE: We Don’t Have Enough Information to Evaluate Arguments for a New ICBM, Biden Administration Forges New Path on North Korea Crisis in Wake of Trump and Obama Failures, Flurry of Diplomatic Contacts Fuel Iran Deal Speculation, Estimating North Korea’s Nuclear Stockpiles: An Interview With Siegfried Hecker, U.S. Navy to Put Hypersonic Missiles on Zumwalt Destroyers by 2025, China’s New Nuclear Submarine Missiles Expand Range in US: Analysts

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  • Next-Gen Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Interceptor Estimated Cost? Nearly $18B April 29, 2021 Edition
    Next-Gen Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Interceptor Estimated Cost? Nearly $18B

    IN THIS ISSUE: Next-Gen Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Interceptor Estimated Cost? Nearly $18B, Military Blames Radar Blind Spot for Inaccurate Assessment of N.K. Missiles, U.S. Eyes Major Rollback in Iran Sanctions to Revive Nuke Deal, France Carries Out Unusual Ballistic Missile Test as American Spy Plane Looks On, Biden’s Pentagon Policy Chief Colin Kahl Confirmed With GOP Senators Absent, Missile Defense: Fiscal Year 2020 Delivery and Testing Progressed, but Annual Goals Unmet

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  • Can Biden Revive the Iran Nuclear Deal? April 27, 2021 Edition
    Can Biden Revive the Iran Nuclear Deal?

    IN THIS ISSUE: Can Biden Revive the Iran Nuclear Deal?, Conventional Missiles, Missile Defense, and Strategic Stability: Chinese Perspective, Iran Nuclear Talks Resume in Vienna Amid New Complications, 35 Years Since Nuclear Disaster, Chernobyl Warns, Inspires, We Don’t Need a Better Nuclear Arsenal to Take on China, Warnings Posted for a Peculiar French Ballistic Missile Test in the Atlantic

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  • How Cyber Ops Increase the Risk of Accidental Nuclear War April 22, 2021 Edition
    How Cyber Ops Increase the Risk of Accidental Nuclear War

    IN THIS ISSUE: How Cyber Ops Increase the Risk of Accidental Nuclear War, Iran Nuclear Deal Talks Advance as U.S. Offers Sanctions Relief, Israel Says Syrian Missile Was not Aimed at Nuclear Reactor, Lawmakers, Defense Officials Joust Over Next-Gen ICBM Plans, China Reactors Will Yield Weapons-Grade Plutonium - U.S. Commander, After Trump ‘Failed,’ South Korean Leader Hopes Biden Can Salvage Nuclear Deal

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  • Negotiators See Signs of Progress in Iran Nuclear Talks April 20, 2021 Edition
    Negotiators See Signs of Progress in Iran Nuclear Talks

    IN THIS ISSUE: Negotiators See Signs of Progress in Iran Nuclear Talks, A Quiet Arms Race Is Rapidly Heating Up Between the Two Koreas, Democrats Reintroduce Ban on US Using Nuclear Weapons First, US Bombers Could Go Back on Alert if ICBMs Are Curtailed, Top General Says, Czechs Exclude Rosatom From Nuclear Tender After Dispute With Russia, Israel Should Support Biden’s Efforts to Revive the Iran Nuclear Deal

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  • The Most Urgent North Korean Nuclear Threat Isn’t What You Think April 15, 2021 Edition
    The Most Urgent North Korean Nuclear Threat Isn’t What You Think

    IN THIS ISSUE: The Most Urgent North Korean Nuclear Threat Isn’t What You Think, Biden to Meet With South Korean President Moon Next Month, Iran Demands U.S. Identify Sanctions to Be Lifted to End Impasse, Biden Nominates Longtime Expert as Nuclear Warhead Chief, UK Official: American Warhead Decision Won’t Impact British Nuclear Plans, Navy SM-6 Missile Will Attempt to Swat Down a Mock Hypersonic Weapon

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  • Official: Iran to Enrich Uranium to 60%, Highest Level Ever April 13, 2021 Edition
    Official: Iran to Enrich Uranium to 60%, Highest Level Ever

    IN THIS ISSUE: Official: Iran to Enrich Uranium to 60%, Highest Level Ever, Natanz Attack Hit 50 Meters Underground, Destroyed Most of the Facility, Kim Jong Un’s Record of April Missile Tests Raises Prospect of Launches, Reveals, Japan To Dump Wastewater From Wrecked Fukushima Nuclear Plant Into Pacific Ocean, North Korea Transfers Control of Important Military Shipbuilding Factory to Munitions Industry Department

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  • China-U.S. Cyber-Nuclear C3 Stability April 8, 2021 Edition
    China-U.S. Cyber-Nuclear C3 Stability

    IN THIS ISSUE: China-U.S. Cyber-Nuclear C3 Stability, Talks on Reviving Iran Nuclear Deal Begin on ‘Right Track,’ Tehran Envoy Says, Rejoining Open Skies Would Send ‘Wrong Message’ to Russia, State Tells Partners, China Builds Advanced Weapons Systems Using American Chip Technology, Russia Conducts First Pacific Long-Range Cruise Missile Test, Japan Regulator Bans Nuke Plant Restart Over Lax Safeguards

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  • Iran and U.S. Agree on Path Back to Nuclear Deal April 6, 2021 Edition
    Iran and U.S. Agree on Path Back to Nuclear Deal

    IN THIS ISSUE: Iran and U.S. Agree on Path Back to Nuclear Deal, South Korea Talks With China, Japan, and U.S. in Flurry of Diplomacy, Satellite Images Show Huge Russian Military Buildup in the Arctic, First Flight Test for U.S. Air Force’s Air-Launched Hypersonic Booster Didn’t Go as Planned, UAE's First Nuclear Power Plant Begins Commercial Operations, White House Wants Nuclear in Clean Energy Mandate, McCarthy Says

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  • U.N.: ‘Highly Likely’ North Korea Can Mount Nuclear Warheads on Missiles April 1, 2021 Edition
    U.N.: ‘Highly Likely’ North Korea Can Mount Nuclear Warheads on Missiles

    IN THIS ISSUE: U.N.: ‘Highly Likely’ North Korea Can Mount Nuclear Warheads on Missiles, Iran Adds Advanced Machines Enriching Underground at Natanz: IAEA, U.S. Seeks to Revive Iran Talks by Working Through Allies, Satellite Image Shows Renewed Activity at North Korean Nuclear Lab, Australia to Build Guided Missiles to Boost Defense Capacity, The Unavoidable Technology: How Artificial Intelligence Can Strengthen Nuclear Stability

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  • U.S. Struggling to Engage With Iran Over Nuclear Deal March 30, 2021 Edition
    U.S. Struggling to Engage With Iran Over Nuclear Deal

    IN THIS ISSUE: U.S. Struggling to Engage With Iran Over Nuclear Deal, Iran Rejects Ending 20% Enrichment Before U.S. Lifts Sanctions – State TV, Iran Says Sanctions Could Force Shutdown of Nuclear Power Plant, Analysis: Inter-Korean Missile Race May Leave North Korea With Tactical Nuclear Weapons, U.S. Secretary of State: North Korean Ballistic Missile Test is a ‘Serious Threat’, U.S. Strategic Command Twitter Account Accessed by Child: Report

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  • Ballistic Missile Launch Near Japan Pushes Tensions With North Korea March 25, 2021 Edition
    Ballistic Missile Launch Near Japan Pushes Tensions With North Korea

    IN THIS ISSUE: Ballistic Missile Launch Near Japan Pushes Tensions With North Korea, Iran Must Come Clean About Hidden Uranium to Revive Nuclear Deal, IAEA Chief Warns, Admiral Nominated to Lead Indo-Pacific Forces Contradicts Current Commander on Chinese Nuclear Stockpile, Taiwan Says Has Begun Mass Production of Long-Range Missile, Portable Nuclear Reactor Project Moves Forward at Pentagon, People Downwind of First Atomic Blasts Renew Push for U.S. Compensation

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  • Congressional Testimony: Future Defense Spending, Nuclear Modernization March 23, 2021 Edition
    Congressional Testimony: Future Defense Spending, Nuclear Modernization

    IN THIS ISSUE: Congressional Testimony: Future Defense Spending, Nuclear Modernization, Washington’s Battle Over Nuclear Weapons Budget Already Underway, Iran’s Khamenei Reiterates Nuclear Deal Stance in New Year Speech, S. Korea’s Nuclear Armament Will Only Justify N. Korea’s Nuclear Ambition: Vincent Brooks, Russian Envoy Says UK Nuclear Arms Plan is Illegal, Iran Says to Cold Test Redesigned Arak Nuclear Reactor

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  • Britain Changes Policy so It Can Use Nuclear Weapons in Response to ‘Emerging Technologies’ March 18, 2021 Edition
    Britain Changes Policy so It Can Use Nuclear Weapons in Response to ‘Emerging Technologies’

    IN THIS ISSUE: Britain Changes Policy so It Can Use Nuclear Weapons in Response to ‘Emerging Technologies’, UN Atomic Watchdog Confirms Details of New Iran Centrifuges, North Korean Threat Forces Biden Into Balancing Act With China, Israel-U.S. to Set Up Joint Team to Share Intel on Iran’s Nuclear Program, Advanced Nuclear Reactors No Safer Than Conventional Nuclear Plants, Says Science Group, Hibakusha Group Awarded Prize for Work to Ban Nuclear Weapons

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  • When it Comes to China’s Nuclear Weapons, Numbers Aren’t Everything March 16, 2021 Edition
    When it Comes to China’s Nuclear Weapons, Numbers Aren’t Everything

    IN THIS ISSUE: When it Comes to China’s Nuclear Weapons, Numbers Aren’t Everything, Integrated Review: UK to Lift Cap on Nuclear Stockpile, U.S. Has Assessed North Korea Could be Preparing to Carry Out First Weapons Test Since Biden Took Office, North Korea is Giving Biden the Silent Treatment, Kim Jong Un’s Powerful Sister Sends Warning to Biden Administration as Blinken, Austin Arrive in Asia, UN Atomic Watchdog: Return to Iran Nuclear Deal Possible

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  • Space is a Great Commons. It’s Time to Treat It as Such. March 11, 2021 Edition
    Space is a Great Commons. It’s Time to Treat It as Such.

    IN THIS ISSUE: Space is a Great Commons. It’s Time to Treat It as Such, Impasse Over Iran Nuclear Talks Set Off International Scramble to Save Accord, The Missile Trap, Biden North Korea Review Expected ‘In Next Month or So’ – Senior U.S. Official, S. Korea Considers Joining Quad Plus to Steer U.S. Toward Talks With N. Korea: Policy Adviser, There’s No Chance China Will Out-Nuke the United States

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  • Toward a Just U.S. Nuclear Declaratory Policy March 9, 2021 Edition
    Toward a Just U.S. Nuclear Declaratory Policy

    IN THIS ISSUE: Toward a Just U.S. Nuclear Declaratory Policy, The Biden Administration and a New Approach to Denuclearization?, Iran Enriching With New Set of Advanced Machines at Natanz: IAEA, Lawmakers Gird for Spending Battle Over Nuclear Weapons, Iran Nuclear Probe is a Task Without End for Top Global Monitor, Nuclear Power Looks to Regain Its Footing 10 Years After Fukushima

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  • Europeans Ease Pressure on Iran in Bid to Revive Nuclear Talks With U.S. March 4, 2021 Edition
    Europeans Ease Pressure on Iran in Bid to Revive Nuclear Talks With U.S.

    IN THIS ISSUE: Europeans Ease Pressure on Iran in Bid to Revive Nuclear Talks With U.S., Pentagon Concerned by UN Report Indicating Possible North Korea Nuclear Reprocessing, Dependent Deterrent? U.S. Support for the UK’s New Nuclear Warhead, Biden National Security Guidance Calls to Increase Diplomacy, Downplay Nukes, End Afghanistan Conflict, Analysis: Biden Faces Calls to Jumpstart North Korea Talks With More Pragmatic Goals, Military’s Multibillion-Dollar Missile Replacement Program ...

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