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Top Officer 'Very Happy' with Air Force Ethics, Despite ICBM Scandals

The Air Force's top-ranking officer says he is "very happy" with the service's "ethical fabric," regardless of recent scandals involving the nucle...

Scotland May Pay $1.7 Billion for Nuclear-Armed Subs Over a Decade

Scotland may pay $1.7 billion over the next decade to care for the United Kingdom's fleet of nuclear-armed submarines, the Scottish Herald reports.

India's Quest for Atomic Trade Group Membership Faces Hurdles: Expert

India's pursuit of membership in an exclusive international nuclear-export trade group faces many challenges, according to one longtime expert.

North Korean Military Officer Threatens to Nuke the White House

A senior North Korean military officer has threatened to launch nuclear arms at the White House and Defense Department, Agence France-Presse reports.

U.S. Vessel Eliminates Key Nerve-Agent Ingredient

A U.S. ship has eliminated more than one-fourth of Syria's stockpile of a key ingredient for sarin nerve agent, Agence France-Presse reports.

Iran Legislators Eye Bigger Role in Atomic Talks

Iran's legislature may take a more active role in nuclear diplomacy, potentially reducing Tehran's flexibility in talks on a global standoff, Asharq al-Awsat repo...

A LOOK AHEAD

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

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Top Officer 'Very Happy' with Air Force Ethics, Despite ICBM Scandals

The Air Force's top-ranking officer says he is "very happy" with the service's "ethical fabric," regardless of recent scandals involving the nucle...

Scotland May Pay $1.7 Billion for Nuclear-Armed Subs Over a Decade

Scotland may pay $1.7 billion over the next decade to care for the United Kingdom's fleet of nuclear-armed submarines, the Scottish Herald reports.

India's Quest for Atomic Trade Group Membership Faces Hurdles: Expert

India's pursuit of membership in an exclusive international nuclear-export trade group faces many challenges, according to one longtime expert.

North Korean Military Officer Threatens to Nuke the White House

A senior North Korean military officer has threatened to launch nuclear arms at the White House and Defense Department, Agence France-Presse reports.

U.S. Vessel Eliminates Key Nerve-Agent Ingredient

A U.S. ship has eliminated more than one-fourth of Syria's stockpile of a key ingredient for sarin nerve agent, Agence France-Presse reports.

Iran Legislators Eye Bigger Role in Atomic Talks

Iran's legislature may take a more active role in nuclear diplomacy, potentially reducing Tehran's flexibility in talks on a global standoff, Asharq al-Awsat repo...

A LOOK AHEAD

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

See More