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February 9, 2016

James Risen, "Half-Built Nuclear Fuel Plant in South Carolina Faces Test on Its Future" New York Times / ... View Source ›

Jay Solomon, "Egypt Says Iran Deal Provides New Opening for a Nuclear Weapons-Free Mideast" Wall Street Journal / ... View Source ›

Tony Wesolowsky, "Thirty Years After Chernobyl, Ukraine Doubles Down On Nuclear Power" Radio Free Europe / ... View Source ›

Ralph Ellis, Tiffany Ap, & Tim Hume, "North Korea satellite 'tumbling in orbit,' U.S. official says" CNN / ... View Source ›

Choe Sang-Hun, "Rocket Suggests North Korea Made Small Gains in Technology, South Says" New York Times / ... View Source ›

"Boost in foreign orders for Russian nuclear power plants" RT / ... View Source ›

February 8, 2016

Sam Kim, "Defiant North Korea Launches Rocket Weeks After Nuclear Test" Bloomberg Business / ... View Source ›

Jane Perlez and Choe Sang-Hun, "China Struggles for Balance in Response to North Korea’s Boldness" New York Times / ... View Source ›

BEC Crew, "China's Nuclear Fusion Machine Just Smashed Germany's Hydrogen Plasma Record" Science Alert / ... View Source ›

February 5, 2016

Elias Groll, "Nuclear Inspectors Have Snazzy New Tools to Catch Iran Cheating" Foreign Policy / ... View Source ›

Guy Faulconbridge, "Iran Calls on U.S. to Reassure European Banks over Trade with Tehran" Reuters / ... View Source ›

"Seoul to Intercept N. Korea Missile If It Crosses S. Korea Territory" Arirang News / ... View Source ›

Jack Kim & Tim Kelly, "U.S., allies aim to track North Korean rocket; launch 'window' from Monday" Reuters / ... View Source ›

Jeremy Bender, "Russia is risking ‘lowering the nuclear threshold’" Business Insider / ... View Source ›

Rajesh Kumar Singh & Stephen Stapczynsk , "India's Nuclear Ambitions Boosted With Global Liability Pact" Bloomberg Business / ... View Source ›

Aabha Dixit, "Nuclear Technique Can Help Control Disease-Transmitting Mosquitoes" IAEA / ... View Source ›

February 4, 2016

Kaveh Waddell, "The Former Federal Employee Who Tried to Launch a Cyberattack on Nuclear Scientists" The Atlantic / ... View Source ›

Adam Taylor, "The More Iranians Learn About the Nuclear Deal the Less They Like It, Poll Suggests" Washington Post / ... View Source ›

"Scientists Fire Up Nuclear Fusion Experiment" CBS News / ... View Source ›

Parisa Hafezi, "Iran to Strengthen Missile Program: Army Chief" Reuters / ... View Source ›

Damien Sharkhov, "Russia Practiced Nuclear Strike on Sweden: NATO Report" Newsweek / ... View Source ›

"Nuclear Research Team Develops Methodology for Tracing Illegal Nuclear Material to Source" Texas A&M University / ... View Source ›

Dave Flessner, "Cost of Watts Bar Nuclear Reactor Rises by $200 Million to $4.7 Billion" Times Free Press / ... View Source ›

February 2, 2016

"Iran's Stock Exchange Hits 1-Year High After Nuclear Deal" AP / ... View Source ›

"China's nuclear envoy in North Korea amid sanctions push: KCNA" Reuters / ... View Source ›

"U.S. judge orders explanation of Iran prisoner deal" Reuters / ... View Source ›

"N. Korea building new nuclear facility believed to be designed to produce H-bomb ingredients" Yonhap / ... View Source ›

"Egypt, Russia may start building nuclear power plant in 2018 - Interfax" Reuters / ... View Source ›

December 30, 2015

Asa Fitch and Laurence Norman, "Iran Ships Off Uranium as Part of Nuclear Agreement" Wall Street Journal / December 28, 2015 Iran dispatched a shipment of more than 25,000 pounds of low-enriched uranium to Russia on Monday, clearing an important hurdle in the implementation of a historic nuclear deal with the U.S. and five other world powers, Secretary of State John Kerry said.... View Source ›

December 18, 2015

Deb Riechmann, "US poised to lift sanctions on Iran under nuclear deal" Associated Press / December 17, 2015 The United States appears poised to lift at least some sanctions against Iran — possibly as early as January — as members of Congress urge a swift, robust U.S. response to Tehran's recent ballistic missile test.... View Source ›

Jeremy Diamond, "Iran missile test sparks concern over nuclear deal implementation" CNN / December 17, 2015 A United Nations panel announced this week that Iran violated a U.N. Security Council resolution when it tested a ballistic missile capable of carrying a nuclear warhead in October.... View Source ›

Sanjeev Miglani and Tommy Wilkes, "India and Russia eye nuclear, helicopter deals before Modi's Moscow visit" Reuters / December 18, 2015 India's prime minister is expected to promote deals for Russian nuclear reactors and military helicopters worth billions of dollars on a trip to Moscow next week, attracted by promises to transfer technology that Western nations have been slow to make.... View Source ›

December 17, 2015

Bozorgmehr Sharafedin, "Rouhani: U.N.'s closure of probe into Iran's nuclear past is political victory" Reuters / December 16, 2015 President Hassan Rouhani said on Wednesday a U.N. watchdog's closure of investigations into Iran's past nuclear activities is a political victory for the country, lifting the main obstacle to implementing Tehran's deal with world powers.... View Source ›

Armin Rosen, "Iran just scored a crucial nuclear-deal victory" Business Insdier / December 17, 2015 Iran cleared one of the nuclear deal's most important hurdles Tuesday, when the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) voted to close its investigation into the possible military dimensions of Iran's nuclear program.... View Source ›

Adrian Levy, "India Is Building a Top-Secret Nuclear City to Produce Thermonuclear Weapons, Experts Say" Foreign Policy / December 17, 2015 The weapons could upgrade India as a nuclear power — and deeply unsettle Pakistan and China.... View Source ›

December 16, 2015

David E. Sanger, "Vote at Atomic Agency Officially Ends Inquiry Into Iran’s Nuclear Past" New York Times / December 15, 2015 The nations controlling the world’s nuclear inspection agency voted on Tuesday to close its decade-long investigation into the work it suspected Iran of conducting to design a nuclear weapon, and instead to move ahead with fulfilling the deal signed in July to limit Iran’s production of atomic material for at least 15 years.... View Source ›

Francois Murphy and Shadia Nasralla, "Iran working at high speed on nuclear curbs, IAEA chief says" Reuters / December 15, 2015 The chief of the U.N. nuclear regulatory agency said on Tuesday he understood Iran is working "at quite high speed" on implementing restrictions on its nuclear activities called for by an agreement with major powers that would lead to a lifting of sanctions.... View Source ›

"Iran calls closure of UN nuclear arms probe a 'big success'" Associated Press / December 16, 2015 Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says the U.N. nuclear agency's decision to close the books on a decade-long probe of allegations that Tehran worked on nuclear weapons is a "big success."... View Source ›

Brian Padden, "Obama’s N. Korea Strategy Leaves Nuclear "1450292004" for Successor" Voice of America / Even though U.S. President Barack Obama reached historic diplomatic breakthroughs with other longtime adversaries of the United States, it is unlikely he will realize any progress in limiting North Korea’s nuclear program during the remaining year of his presidency.... View Source ›

December 15, 2015

Francois Murphy and Shadia Nasralla, "U.N. watchdog set to close nuclear weapons probe of Iran" Reuters / December 15, 2015 The U.N. nuclear watchdog is expected on Tuesday to close its 12-year investigation into whether Iran had a secret nuclear weapons program, a key step toward normalizing Tehran's international status after a landmark deal with major powers.... View Source ›

Oren Dorell, "U.N. set to close the file on Iranian nukes" USA Today / December 15, 2015 The United Nations' nuclear watchdog met Tuesday to complete its probe of oil-rich Iran’s nuclear weapons program, moving a step closer to the lifting of international sanctions on the country. It comes as oil prices are near a decade low.... View Source ›

George Jahn, "UN closing the books on decade-long nuclear probe of Iran" Associated Press / December 15, 2015 The U.N. nuclear agency prepared Tuesday to close the books on a decade-long probe of allegations that Iran worked on atomic arms, despite acknowledgement by its head that his investigation remains incomplete.... View Source ›

Louis Charbonneau, "Exclusive: Iran's Oct 10 missile test violated U.N. ban - expert panel" Reuters / December 15, 2015 The Emad rocket that Iran tested on Oct. 10 was a ballistic missile capable of delivering a nuclear warhead, which makes it a violation of a United Nations Security Council resolution, a team of sanctions monitors said in a confidential new report.... View Source ›

"Pakistan tests nuclear-capable missile with range of 900km" Hindustan Times / December 15, 2015 Pakistan on Tuesday tested the nuclear-capable Shaheen-IA ballistic missile with a range of 900 km, capable of striking targets deep within India.... View Source ›

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