Ready, aim, fired: Can Biden rescue the Nuclear Posture Review?

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September
30

Ever since the Clinton administration in 1993, new US presidents have conducted a Nuclear Posture Review (NPR) to assess whether the stockpile size, composition, and operational deployment of US nuclear weapons align with their military policy, foreign policy, and budgetary …

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With Naming of New Atomic Chief, Is a Nuclear Taliban Possible?

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September
30

The new Taliban-led administration in Afghanistan has inherited an entire nation to run, and with it a wide range of responsibilities, one of them being a fledgling peaceful nuclear agency established a decade ago under the previous government. With the …

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North Korea Fires ‘Missile’, Insists On Right To Weapons Tests

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September
28

Nuclear-armed North Korea fired a presumed short-range missile into the sea on Tuesday, the South’s military said, as Pyongyang’s UN ambassador insisted it had an undeniable right to test its weapons. The projectile was fired from the northern province of …

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North Korea Accuses US of Hostility, Continues Weapons Tests

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September
28

North Korea on Monday accused the United States of hostility and demanded the Biden administration to permanently end joint military exercises with South Korea even as it continued its recent streak of weapons tests apparently aimed at pressuring Washington and …

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September
27

The Taliban could get their hands on up to 150 nuclear weapons after America’s catastrophic withdrawal from Afghanistan, former Trump security advisor John Bolton has warned. Bolton said it was possible the nuclear weapons could end up in the hands …

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‘Fast Reactors’ Also Present a Fast Path to Nuclear Weapons

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September
26

The Energy Department’s choice for the leading reactor design for reviving nuclear power construction in the United States is so at odds with U.S. nonproliferation policy that it opens America to charges of rank hypocrisy. The Biden administration is proposing …

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