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China Says It's Closing Gap with U.S. on North Korea Nuclear Talks

A Chinese diplomat on Thursday said he was getting closer to a shared perspective with the United States regarding the North Korean nuclear impasse.

Klotz Takes Helm at U.S. Nuclear-Arms Agency

Retired Lt. Gen. Frank Klotz has formally assumed leadership of the National Nuclear Security Administration, the U.S. atomic-arms agency announced .

Western Firms Said to Issue Ultimatums on Turkey's Missile Deal With China

Western defense firms reportedly are threatening to cancel partnerships with Turkish companies if Ankara buys a Chinese antimissile system.

Iran Set to Receive Funds Under Atomic-Pact Terms

Obama officials moved to help Iran access $450 million in oil income following a report that Tehran is adhering to nuclear restrictions, al-Monitor reports.

Pentagon Wants to Block Russian Plane from Treaty-Compliance Flyovers: Report

Washington's national security leaders reportedly want to bar a new, high-tech Russian plane from conducting treaty-verification flights over U.S. nuclear arms.

Nuclear Repository Workers Zero in on Radiation Leak's Possible Origin

Workers found contaminants in higher quantities as they moved into part of a Western nuclear-waste site vacated in February, the Associated Press reports.

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China Says It's Closing Gap with U.S. on North Korea Nuclear Talks

A Chinese diplomat on Thursday said he was getting closer to a shared perspective with the United States regarding the North Korean nuclear impasse.

Klotz Takes Helm at U.S. Nuclear-Arms Agency

Retired Lt. Gen. Frank Klotz has formally assumed leadership of the National Nuclear Security Administration, the U.S. atomic-arms agency announced .

Western Firms Said to Issue Ultimatums on Turkey's Missile Deal With China

Western defense firms reportedly are threatening to cancel partnerships with Turkish companies if Ankara buys a Chinese antimissile system.

Iran Set to Receive Funds Under Atomic-Pact Terms

Obama officials moved to help Iran access $450 million in oil income following a report that Tehran is adhering to nuclear restrictions, al-Monitor reports.

Pentagon Wants to Block Russian Plane from Treaty-Compliance Flyovers: Report

Washington's national security leaders reportedly want to bar a new, high-tech Russian plane from conducting treaty-verification flights over U.S. nuclear arms.

Nuclear Repository Workers Zero in on Radiation Leak's Possible Origin

Workers found contaminants in higher quantities as they moved into part of a Western nuclear-waste site vacated in February, the Associated Press reports.

A LOOK AHEAD

What’s next on nonproliferation and international security, in Washington and around the globe.

See More