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Even as athletes from the two Koreas marched together in a show of unity at the Winter Olympics closing ceremony plumes of steam rose from a secret site 200 miles to the north. American scientists have concluded from satellite imagery analysis that North Korea restarted production of plutonium, ...
The Washington-based Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS) cautioned last year in a report that the Iranian nuclear agreement had "not eliminated the kingdom's desire for nuclear weapons capabilities and even nuclear weapons… There is little reason to doubt that Saudi Arabia will more ...

David Albright, a well-regarded nuclear expert who heads the nonprofit Institute for Science and International Security doubts that Russia actually has a nuclear engine to power a cruise missile with unlimited range, even though that's something both the U.S. and Russia worked on during the Cold War.
As my colleague Zeeshan Aleem noted, a December 2017 report from the Institute for Science and International Security, a Washington think tank focused on nuclear nonproliferation, found that a whopping 49 countries have violated UN Security Council sanctions imposed on North Korea between March ...
The Trump administration considers North Korea's nuclear and missile programs the top threat to American national security. How much do we really know about their nuclear devices? In the second of a series, science correspondent Miles O'Brien reports on how analysts gauge North Korea's progress.

A total of 49 countries violated United Nations sanctions on North Korea to varying degrees between March 2014 and September 2017, the Institute for Science and International Security said. That includes North Korea's top trading partner, China, as well as Germany, Brazil, India and France. Thirteen of ...
"It's too early to conclude" that North Korea can effectively target mainland U.S. cities with significant nuclear weapons, said David Albright, an analyst at the Institute for Science and International Security. "There's a lot of uncertainty." What happens if Kim attacks? 5 things to know about North Korea ...
There were reports in December that Russia was smuggling oil to North Korea, and in December, a report from the Institute for Science and International Security detailed how 49 countries were violating the sanctions. That includes 13 countries that are engaged in violating military sanctions (weapons ...
Last month, the Institute for Science and International Security identified 49 countries responsible for enabling sanctions violations. This is a staggering figure. The scale of Kim's operation is impressive, but also vulnerable. As the Center for Advanced Defense Studies observed in December, North Korea "is ...
According to the Institute for Science and International Security, a nonprofit organization that monitors global nuclear threats, groups like the Islamic State have long discussed the possibility of using easily obtainable radioactive material, such as cobalt-60, in a dirty bomb. Cobalt-60 is a highly radioactive ...
Last month, the Institute for Science and International Security identified 49 countries responsible for enabling sanctions violations. This is a staggering figure, made even more concerning by the geographic diversity of the offending countries. From Eurasia and the Middle East to Africa and Latin America, ...
Last month, the Institute for Science and International Security identified 49 countries responsible for enabling sanctions violations. This is a staggering figure, made even more concerning by the geographic diversity of the offending countries. From Eurasia and the Middle East to Africa and Latin America, ...
... director of the Institute for science and International Security who is one of the most knowledgeable scientists in the world when it comes to the North Korean nuclear threat. Robert Carlin, a former intelligence analyst for the CIA and the State Department has accompanied Hecker on a visit to North Korea.
Stunning and important protests in Iran have rightly dominated the headlines in recent days, but another consequential moment is fast approaching for Iran and the West. It must not be overlooked in the excitement and concern for Iranian citizens bravely standing up for their rights. Since President Donald ...

A December report from the Institute for science and International Security, a Washington think tank focused on nuclear nonproliferation, found that a whopping 49 countries have violated UN Security Council sanctions imposed on North Korea between March 2014 and September 2017. Drawing on UN ...
"Doing less than this would undermine US credibility and risk the increased spread of nuclear weapons capabilities to Saudi Arabia and the region," said David Albright, a former UN weapons inspector and president of the Washington-based Institute for science and International Security. It would be "a ...
The arrest comes after a recent report from the Washington-based think-tank Institute for science and International Security found that a total of 49 countries were in violation of the United Nations Security Council instruction between March 2014 and September 2017. SEE ALSO: North Korea warns US will ...
The Washington-based Institute for science and International Security (ISIS) said in a report earlier this year that it had uncovered evidence that future Pakistani "assistance would not involve Pakistan supplying Saudi Arabia with a full nuclear weapon or weapons; however, Pakistan may assist in other ...
Released last Tuesday, a report from the Institute for science and International Security says that 49 countries were found to commit acts in violation of sanctions designated in the UNSC resolutions. Denying the report, Prayut stressed that Thailand has long ago stopped any North Korean shipments from ...
A new report from the Institute for science and International Security has found that 49 countries violated sanctions on North Korea to varying degrees between March 2014 and September 2017. And of those, 13 governments including Cuba, Egypt, Iran and Syria were involved in military violations.
The countries violated UN sanctions on North Korea to varying degrees between March 2014 and September 2017, according to the report released by the Institute for science and International Security on Dec. 5. China, Germany, Brazil, India and France are the country's top trading partners. India and ...
13 governments including Cuba, Egypt, Iran and Syria were involved in military violations, which as Statista's Martin Armstrong notes, includes either receiving military training from North Korea or being involved in the import and export of military equipment. The range of nations involved in breaching ...
Dar es Salaam -- A new report has put Tanzania in the list of 13 nations found to have military links with North Korea, which is in breach of UN sanctions. The report, released on December 5 by the Institute for science and International Security (ISIS), alleges that Tanzania imported surface-to-air missiles ...
A total of 49 countries violated United Nations sanctions on North Korea to varying degrees between March 2014 and September 2017, the Institute for science and International Security said. That includes North Korea's top trading partner, China, as well as Germany, Brazil, India and France. Thirteen of ...
"It's too early to conclude" that North Korea can effectively target mainland U.S. cities with significant nuclear weapons, said David Albright, an analyst at the Institute for science and International Security. "There's a lot of uncertainty." What happens if Kim attacks? 5 things to know about North Korea ...
2016 test was of a hydrogen bomb. "If it was such a test, it clearly was not a success," the official said. "We wouldn't be surprised if the next nuclear test -- whenever it occurs -- is again an advanced nuclear weapon design." But the Institute for science and International Security, a U.S. non-profit dedicated to ...
NPR's Scott Simon talks to David Albright at the Institute for Science and International Security about the standoff over North Korea's nuclear weapons program. SCOTT SIMON, HOST: China's called on the United States and North Korea to tone it down. In a phone call with President Trump last night, ...
As Vox's Zeeshan Aleem wrote last year, a December 2017 report from the Institute for Science and International Security, a Washington think tank focused on nuclear nonproliferation, found that a whopping 49 countries have violated UN Security Council sanctions imposed on North Korea between March ...
Last month, the Institute for Science and International Security identified 49 countries responsible for enabling sanctions violations. This is a staggering figure, made even more concerning by the geographic diversity of the offending countries. From Eurasia and the Middle East to Africa and Latin America, ...
David Albright is director of the Institute for Science and International Security and a leading expert on North Korea's nuclear weapons program. David Martin: How do you know when it's operating and when it's just-- in idle? David Albright: Basically evidence of heat. And-- and what you see in this picture is ...
Malaysia is among 49 countries that have violated UN sanctions against North Korea, a US think tank said in a report. The Institute for Science and International Security listed Malaysia among countries that failed to cut off access of business and transportation services, which facilitated North Korea's ...
The Institute for Science and International Security listed Malaysia among countries that failed to cut off access of business and transportation services, which facilitated North Korea's nuclear weapons programme. Nikkei Asian Review reported that Malaysia shared the spot with China, among other ...
The report, released by the Institute for Science and International Security, identifies not only countries that have engaged in arms deals with the North but also those that have allowed the regime to conduct business and procure materials that could be used for nuclear weapons. Related stories.
"Doing less than this would undermine U.S. credibility and risk the increased spread of nuclear weapons capabilities to Saudi Arabia and the region," said David Albright, a former U.N. weapons inspector and president of the Washington-based Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS). It is not ...
Former weapons inspector David Albright, founder and president of the Institute for Science and International Security, told JNS.org that contrary to the Financial Times report, Amano said in a presentation to the Wilson Center think tank on Nov. 6 that Iran is not fully implementing the nuclear deal. The IAEA ...
But in January 2013,David Albright, Director of the Institute for Science and International Security in Washington, D.C., who has co-authored several articles with Heinonen, acknowledged in a commentary on his think tank's website that the al-Kibar uranium particles had been "found in a changing room in a ...
But in January 2013, David Albright, Director of the Institute for Science and International Security in Washington, D.C., who has co-authored ...
Washington's prestigious Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS) estimates that Pyongyang has between 12 and 20 nuclear ...
According to the Institute for Science and International Security, "One of the most serious compliance issues concerns the IAEA's access to ...
The Consciousness calendar is published bi-weekly and provides selected events for the proceeding two weeks. Send calendar submissions ...
According to a 2016 report by the Institute for Science and International Security, the North Korean capital of Pyongyang has between 13 to 21 ...
According to a report by David Albright of the Institute for Science and International Security, of September 21, 2017, "as of the last quarterly ...
Yet, according to the Institute for Science and International Security, as of the last quarterly report released in August, the IAEA had not visited ...
David Albright, international Security Expert and president of the Washington-based Institute for Science and International Security, told The ...
Yet, according to the Institute for Science and International Security, as of the last quarterly report released in August, the IAEA had not visited ...
... decertification is being played by the Foundation For Defense Of Democracies and the Institute for Science and International Security and their ...
... for covert efforts to delay Iran's development of nuclear weapons, the Institute for Science and International Security's David Albright told me.


 

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