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The Arms Control Association in the News
Article Title Cited News Source News Date
There's A Reason It's Called Rocket Science NPR April 13, 2012
N. Korean rocket breaks up on launch Washtington Post April 13, 2012
Facing Tougher Sanctions, Iran Enters Nuclear Talks NPR April 13, 2012
NKorea launch draws anger as failure wounds pride Associated Press April 13, 2012
Dim Prospects For Diplomacy With Iran Forbes April 12, 2012
Experts say past North Korean rocket launches failed LA Times | Blog April 11, 2012
N. Korea May Stage Nuclear Test After Rocket Launch NPR | All Things Considered April 11, 2012
NKorea rocket launch draws more worry than Iran's Associated Press April 8, 2012
'Obama urges Iran to accept civilian nuclear program' Jerusalem Post April 6, 2012
'N. Korea’s Rocket Launch Highly Likely to Succeed' The Korea Times April 5, 2012
Future of US, Russian Short-Range Nuclear Weapons Could Be on Negotiating Table Voice of America April 4, 2012
Next Arms Talks Between US, Russia Might Involve Tactical Weapons Voice of America April 2, 2012
U.S. Has No Need to Test Atomic Arsenal, Report Says New York Times March 31, 2012
Ghosts of Iraq Haunting C.I.A. in Tackling Iran New York Times March 31, 2012
Scientists Say No Need for Nuclear Tests, Boosting Obama Bloomberg March 30, 2012
Panel: US can maintain nuclear arms without tests Associated Press March 30, 2012
New Iran talks may focus on higher-grade atom work Reuters March 30, 2012
Congressional Report: ‘Unclear’ How Attack Would Affect Aspects Of Iran Nuke Progress Thinkprogress | Blog March 29, 2012
Opinion: U.S. should cut nuclear stockpile Newsday | OpEd March 29, 2012
Iran’s Centrifuge ‘Workshops’ Complicate Raid Planning Bloomberg Businessweek March 28, 2012