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Nuclear Proliferation and the Terrorist Threat
Nuclear terrorism: Most experts agree this is the greatest threat from nuclear weapons today. Many experts emphasize deterring nations that might share nuclear weapons with terrorists. If terrorism is... Read More...


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Bombs Won't 'Solve' Iran
When contemplating how to respond to Iran's nuclear program, the U.S. should remember what happened when Israel attacked Iraq's nuclear reactor in 1981. By Joseph Cirincione. (Washington Post, 5/11/2... Read More...


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Brussels Sprouts
Friedman writes that, like an anecdotal story about a child who professes to like brussels sprouts, but not enough to eat them, China and Europe are opposed to nuclear proliferation, but not enough to... Read More...


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Beyond the Bomb, all Iran Wants is a Little Bit of Respect
The chair of the political science department at California State University, Northridge makes the case that Iran's real ambition is for political influence, not nuclear weaponry. By Mehran Kamrava. ... Read More...


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What is Iran's Nuclear Program Really For?
Iranian President Chatami met with French President Chirac Tuesday to discuss Iran's nuclear program, among other things. DW-WORLD spoke to security expert Oliver Thränert about it. (4/5/2005) Read More...


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Saving Nonproliferation
The former president urges the US to take the lead in renewing and strengthening the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) during renewal talks in May. By Jimmy Carter. (Washington Post, 3/28/2005) Read More...


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WMD Commission Report
Presidential Commission report regarding existence of WMDs in Iraq. (White House, 3/31/2005) Read More...


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U.S. Must Assume a Big Role in Talks
Article argues that the United States must commit itself to negotiations with Iran in order to seriously address Iran's security concerns. By Ray Takeyh. (Council on Foreign Relations, 3/8/2005) Read More...


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Cooperative Threat Reduction beyond Russia
Discusses how much of a role can one expect cooperative threat reduction programs to play in U.S. and Russian nonproliferation policies toward the NIS and beyond in the years to come? By Rose Gottemoe... Read More...


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Taking on Tehran
If Washington wants to derail Iran's nuclear program, it must take advantage of a split in Tehran between hard-liners, who care mostly about security, and pragmatists, who want to fix Iran's ailing ec... Read More...


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US seeks action against Iran
THE US called on the international community today to consider possible actions against Iran following its reluctance in talks with the European Union to drop its sensitive nuclear activities. (Austra... Read More...


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When Will Iran Be a Nuclear Power?
When will Iran achieve "nuclear status"? When other states form their own policies on the assumption that Iran has nuclear weapons—whether or not it has declared or tested a nuclear bomb. By Patrick C... Read More...


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U.S. Nuclear Security in the 21st Century
"U.S. Nuclear Security in the 21st Century," Congressman David Hobson's address to the Arms Control Association Annual Meeting, 3 February, 2005 Read More...


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Europe: Ready to Take on the Transatlantic Partnership?
Richard C. Longworth reflects on the significance of the recent visit of US President George W. Bush to Europe and argues that the EU must now take on the leadership role in the transatlantic partners... Read More...


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Let's Not Make the Same Mistakes in Iran
A leader in the search for WMD in Iraq addresses the challenge of a nuclear Iran. By David Kay. (Washington Post, 2/7/2005) Read More...


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Right Course on Iran
Susan E. Rice ["We Need a Real Iran Policy," op-ed, Dec. 30] derides as "bizarre" President Bush's statement that "we're relying upon others" to take the leadership role in stopping Iran's nuclear pro... Read More...


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N Korea's statement in full
The following text is the full statement released on Thursday by North Korea's KCNA news agency. North Korea refers to itself as the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK). (BBC 10-02-05) Read More...


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Iran warns US against making
Iran on Sunday warned the United States against any attack attempt, saying any aggressive maneuvers against Iran would be a great strategic mistake. Read More...


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Cheney Says Iran Tops List of Trouble Spots
Vice President Dick Cheney said on Thursday that Iran was at the top of the administration's list of world trouble spots and expressed concern that Israel "might well decide to act first" to eliminate... Read More...


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Mideast Overtures - Iran's Domestic Crisis: Its Youth
An impending danger is haunting Iran. While an intense debate, both domestic and international, has been carried out in the past year over the Iranian nuclear program, another issue that merits even m... Read More...


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We Need a Real Iran Policy
Citing President Bush's recent statement that we have "sanctioned ourselves out of influence with Iran," the author wonders if the president hasn't tacitly accepted a nuclear Iran. By Susan E. Rice. (... Read More...


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Nuclear Brazil Is Hiding Something. But What?
Brazil remains an excellent candidate to be a nuclear power, considering the availability of uranium, skilled personnel and the enrichment facility technology that it appears to possess. By Claudia P... Read More...


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Engage Iran
By David Ignatius. (Washington Post, 11/26/2004) Read More...


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U.S. Is Needed to Defuse Iran
The new agreement worked out between Iran and Germany, France and Britain could be the first step toward solving the problem of Iran's efforts to develop a nuclear weapons capability, but there is sti... Read More...


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The Iran Problem Awaiting Bush or Kerry
While Tehran's unprecedented "endorsement" of President Bush raised some eyebrows this week, Iran hasn’t been much of an issue in the Presidential campaign. But as international efforts to confront th... Read More...


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Returning Nuclear Fuel to Russia" IAEA said.
Libya intend to return back Enriched nuclear fuel to Russia pastly provided by Soviet Union. (Aljazeera.com, 3/9/04) Read More...


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CIA and the WMD Issue
Discusses the resignation of George Tenet. By Alan Reynolds. (Cato Institute, 6/20/2004) Read More...


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How to Counter WMD
The Bush administration has done little to contain the spread of weapons of mass destruction, even as undeterrable nonstate actors grow more intent on obtaining and using them. By Ashton B. Carter. (F... Read More...


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Administration backing off on Cuba's germ warfare ability
New intelligence report says, contrary to what was reported in 1999, that bio-weapons programs in Cuba are uncertain. (San Francisco Cronicle, 09/18/2004) Read More...


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Showdown over Iranian nukes
Dicusses the intricacies of the dispute over the Iranian nuclear program. By Ian Bremmer. (International Herald Tribune, 9/14/2004) Read More...


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