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Volume 35: December 2005
The monthly journal on nonproliferation and global security.
North Korea Nuclear Talks Stall
North Korea Increasing Weapons Capabilities
British Debate Replacement for Nuclear Force
Russia Joins Diplomatic Push on Iran
GAO Calls for IAEA Improvements
Treaty Amended to Outlaw WMD at Sea
Congress Cuts Nuclear Bunker Buster Again
Congress Cuts CTBTO Funding
Iraq Intel Back in Senate Spotlight
Congress Amends Iran Nonproliferation Act
U.S. Trims Nuclear Material Stockpile
Ship-Based Anti-Missile System Scores Hit
Congress Boosts Threat Reduction Funding
U.S. Puts Onus on India for Nuclear Ties
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