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Best Way to Eliminate Nuclear Threat Anywhere is by Eliminating Nuclear Weapons Everywhere, Secretary-General Tells Seoul Nuclear Security Summit (UN News Centre)

Republican presidents' efforts to reduce nuclear arms, by Nickolas Roth (CNN blog)

Fact Sheet: History of Trilateral Threat Reduction Cooperation at the Former Semipalatinsk Test Site (The White House)

North Korea pushes back at US criticism of planned missile launch (AP, ABC)

Korean nuclear envoy, IAEA chief discuss NK's rocket plan (The Korea Times)

India Makes Strong Pitch For Membership Of Exclusive Nuclear Clubs (RTT News)

Japan shuts down another nuclear reactor, leaving only one operational in country (AP, FOX news)

China makes progress on nuclear security: report (Xinhua)

UK to share previously secret expertise on detecting illegally trafficked nuclear material (AP, Washington Post)

Dirty bombs traceable by DNA analysis, say ministers, by Richard Norton-Taylor (The Guardian)

Think Like a Dragon: The Global Lessons of China's Nuclear Program, by Panayotis Yannakogeorgos and Adam Lowther (The Atlantic)

Barack Obama's Broken Nuclear Promises Undermine Successes, by Dan Froomkin (Huffington Post)

Kazakhstan Adamant to Lead in Global Nuclear Non-Proliferation Efforts, by Roman Muzalevsky (Eurasia Daily Monitor Volume, Jamestown Foundation)

Calling Dr. Strangelove, by David Krieger and Daniel Ellsberg (Consortium News)

World leaders must stop North Korea's missile launch (Daily Yomiuri)

Japan's postwar nuclear policy lingers (The Mainichi Daily News)

THE BIG READ: Japan's days of hell, by Guy Jepson (Times Live)




==SPECIAL FEATURE: Nuclear Security Summit, Seoul, 26-27 March 2012==

The Seoul Communiqué: 2012 Nuclear Security Summit (UNODA)

At Seoul summit, Ban outlines steps to defuse global nuclear threat (UN News Centre)

Modest outcomes for Seoul summit, bolder steps needed: analysts (Yonhap)

World’s security depends on nuclear summit: Obama (AFP, DAWN)

Summit pledges strong action against nuclear terrorism (AFP, Channel News Asia)

World leaders: Nuclear terrorism a 'grave threat' (BBC)

Nuclear Conference in Korea Collides With U.S. Election, by Mark Landler (The New York Times)

Seoul summit: UAE calls attention to nuclear security in Arab region (Middle East Online)

Pakistan reiterates commitment to nuclear security (Daily Times)