Nuclear Proliferation

Caroline Glick: Trump’s Policy on Iran Is Working

Media analysts and Obama administration officials are working overtime to blame President Donald Trump for Iran’s decision, announced Wednesday, to breach key limitations on its nuclear operations that Teheran had accepted in 2015 in the framework of the so-called Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), otherwise known as the nuclear dea

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CNN: Trump’s North Korea Policy Might Just Be Working

Former British ambassador to North Korea John Everard writes at on Wednesday that President Donald Trump’s assertive strategy towards the rogue nuclear power may have actually worked, despite domestic criticism.

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Lawsuit: Dam Transfer to Tribes Has Nuclear Purpose

A federal judge refused late Friday evening to block the transfer of a dam to two Native American tribes. Montana lawmakers had launched an emergency petition to block the transfer. It is feared that the tribes intend to contract with Turkey for access to uranium to make “yellow cake” and/or nuclear weapons.

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Iran to Commence ‘Commercial Enrichment’ in Nuclear Facilities

Following an agreed-upon nuclear deal with world powers, the Islamic Republic of Iran is set to ramp up its nuclear program to an advanced, commercial stage, Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif told local state-media on Wednesday.


Iran Sends Conflicting Messages about Nuke Site Inspections

One of Iran’s lead negotiators in the ongoing P5+1 nuclear talks stated over the weekend that Iran was willing to allow for “managed access” to its nuclear sites as part of a final agreement with world powers.


Israel to Host Nuclear Treaty Conference With Muslim States

Israel will play host next week to a conference that deals with nuclear testing. The conference is expected to be attended by as many as 100 representatives from the Arab and Muslim world, including delegates from countries that do not even recognize Israel as a state.

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