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Using nuclear forensics to increase international nuclear security cooperation, by Vitaly Fedchenko (SIPRI)

Editorial: Preparing for another nuclear test (Korea JoongAng Daily)

美将公布全面禁止核试验条约报告 中国尚未批准 (Sina)

U.N. Security Council Panel Reports Alleged Iran Sanctions Breaches (Global Security Newswire)

Israeli defense minister says Israel and US disagree on timetable for effective Iran action (AP, Washington Post)

UN Chief: North Korean Rocket Launch Could Threaten Peace (Radio Free Europe)

U.N. nuclear agency starts talks with North Korea over visit, by Fredrik Dahl (Reuters)

Anti-Trident campaigners take to streets with mock missile to urge MPs to rethink spending (North-West Evening Mail)

Second workshop on weapons of mass destruction (Qatar Booming)

Indonesia to continue promoting reduction of nuclear weapons: President (Antara News)

Missile defense a ‘litmus test’ of Russian-Western ties, Russia’s top official says (Washington Post, AP)

Study identifies dirty bomb cleanup plan, by Steve Elwart (WND)

Secret Nuclear Drone Plan Nixed by ‘Political Realities’ by Sam Biddle (Wired, Gizmodo)

North Korea's planned rocket test: Why It Matters, by Foster Klug (Associated Press)

Dropping fists: Widespread support for perhaps the most pointless meeting ever (The Economist)

William Hague could learn from Operation Babylon, by Azriel Bermant (The Telegraph)

A Trial Marriage on Missile Defense, by Steven Pifer (Brookings, Moscow Times)




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

UN chief urges 'new efforts' on global nuclear security governance (Korea Times)

DPRK's rocket launch to be discussed on sidelines of nuclear security summit (Xinhua)

At Nuclear Summit, Obama Faces Prospect of a North Korean Deal Gone Bad, by Austin Ramzy (TIME)

Missing Nukes Fuel Terror Concern as Obama Drawn to Seoul, by Jonathan Tirone (Bloomberg)

The Seoul Nuclear Security Summit: Discovering an Agenda, by PR Chari (Institute for Peace & Conflict Studies)

Prevent nuclear terrorism, by Li Hong (China Daily)