Google Earth reveals suspected nuclear weapons facility in Pakistan

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November
27

Sleuthing with satellite images on Google Earth has revealed a substantial and undocumented expansion to a suspected nuclear processing plant in Pakistan. Researchers say it is a possible sign of the country boosting the capacity of its nuclear weapons programme. …

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Iran Blames Israel, U.S. for Killing Top Nuclear Scientist

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November
27

Iran said Israel and the U.S. were likely behind the assassination of one of its top nuclear scientists on Friday and vowed revenge, sharply escalating tensions in the Persian Gulf in the final weeks of Donald Trump’s presidency. Mohsen Fakhrizadeh …

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China Thinks Its Hypersonic Missiles Can Beat U.S. Missile Defenses

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November
26

A Chinese newspaper is criticizing the recent successful intercept of a mock nuclear missile, in this case, a simulated ICBM, by a U.S. Navy destroyer using an SM-3 IIA missile. The Beijing-backed paper alleged that the ship-launched missile defense capability …

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Russia Remains A Nuclear Threat America Cannot Ignore

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November
24

Modernizing America’s land-based nuclear deterrent offers a substantial chip of deterrence to play to get the Russians to decommission their tactical nuclear arsenal. The next administration must compel Russia to forswear the use of tactical nuclear weapons in a conventional …

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U.S. pulls out of ‘open skies’ treaty with Russia

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November
23

The United States on Sunday officially pulled out of the Open Skies Treaty, a nearly 20-year-old international agreement allowing nations to conduct unarmed surveillance flights over each other’s territory to collect data on military forces. The move marked the end …

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The next frontier in warfare

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November
23

The world’s major military powers exercise their dominance largely because of their massive weapons arsenals, including sophisticated fighter planes, drones, ballistic missiles, warships, battle tanks, heavy artillery – and nuclear Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMDs). But the sudden surge in …

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