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Volume 48: July/August 2018
The monthly journal on nonproliferation and global security.
Summit Reflects New Attitudes, Old Challenges
Japan Looks to Purchase Cruise Missiles
NATO Sees Defense Spending Rise
New Contract for Los Alamos National Lab
Fissile Material Report Points Toward Treaty
UK Passes Safeguards Bill
Syria’s CD Presidency Sparks Boycotts
EU Acts to Block U.S. Sanctions on Iran
OPCW Granted Mandate to Place Blame
Plans Set for Trump-Putin Summit
GOP Takes Aim at Surveillance Treaty
Navy, NNSA Say No to Naval LEU
Google Renounces AI Work on Weapons
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