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  On the radar: Enrichment concerns remain; Bibi and Obama meeting today; Stockpile protection key to ISIS WMD; $500 million needed for WIPP; Optimism on North Korea; and the nuclear asteroid shield.   Read more »
Posted on October 1, 2014
  On the radar: Stopping future work should take priority over past work; Bibi at UNGA; WIPP and the complex; and Leaks, sabotage and espionage during the Manhattan Project.   Read more »
Posted on September 30, 2014
  On the radar: Deal possible, given political will; Sanctions enforced; Nuclear spending dwarfs ISIL campaign; IAEA condemns North Korea; and Building roads with nukes.   Read more »
Posted on September 29, 2014
  On the radar: Optimistic for a deal, but creativity needed; Bridging gaps; Sanctions relief sequencing; Why inspections are key; Iran can’t walk away; Don’t tell anybody about Israel’s “kumquats”; and unnecessary weapons, staggering costs.   Read more »
Posted on September 26, 2014
  On the radar: “Don’t let opportunity pass”; “Historic opportunity”; Rehashed Parchin accusations; the Other Mid-East point of nuclear contention; PM Cameron meets Rouhani; and the Problems with building new U.S. nuclear weapons.   Read more »
Posted on September 25, 2014
  On the radar: Risks and rewards favor diplomacy; Nukes unaffordable; More than simple breakout estimates; EU readies for Iranian gas, if deal secured; Climate change and nuclear freeze; and how “Mean Girls” explains the Iran talks.   Read more »
Posted on September 24, 2014
  On the radar: Backsliding on nuclear policy; UNGA expectations; Trouble awaits overly secret bomber; Scotland stays in, kick nukes out; PM Cameron to meet Rouhani; and Pyongyang's new generation of nuclear scientists.   Read more »
Posted on September 23, 2014
  On the radar: Backsliding on nuclear policy; UNGA expectations; Trouble awaits overly secret bomber; Scotland stays in, kick nukes out; PM Cameron to meet Rouhani; and Pyongyang's new generation of nuclear scientists.   Read more »
Posted on September 23, 2014
  On the radar: New nukes, more money, more problems; Creative solution for Iran’s centrifuges; GOP letter on Iran talks; Tehran’s fuel “needs”; and Pakistan expanding tactical, sea-based arsenal.   Read more »
Posted on September 22, 2014
  On the radar: More at stake with a deal; NATO’s irrelevant nukes; Nuclear negotiations resume; Rouhani could walk; Not a “right” nor recognition; and Sherwood-Randall and Scheinman confirmed.   Read more »
Posted on September 19, 2014