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Saudi Arabia Could Buy its Way to a Bomb

Experts fear the first country to go nuclear after a deal won’t be Iran, but Saudi Arabia.Gedalyah Reback, 3/25/2015, 6:42 AM

Saudis Say: Whatever Iran Gets, We Want the Same

As US and Iran resume nuclear talks in Lausanne, a Saudi prince makes clear that the nuclear arms race is on.Gil Ronen, 3/16/2015, 11:52 AM

Riyadh Seeks Nuclear Cooperation with S. Korea

The countries agreed to prepare for building more than two nuclear reactors in Saudi Arabia. Saudis plan more than 12 power plants by 2040.Gil Ronen, 3/4/2015, 11:08 AM

Will Egypt Go for its Own Nuclear Weapon?

Expert says Egypt distancing from US, explains what the move means for nuclear proliferation in the Middle East.Gedalyah Reback, 3/3/2015, 8:58 PM

Pentagon: 'US Would Have No Clue If Iran Got Nuke'

New Pentagon report reveals US unable to detect nations acquiring nuclear bomb, expert notes India example - 'we had no warning whatsoever.'Ari Yashar, 2/7/2014, 9:00 AM

Hagel Think Tank Sees 'Post-Mullah' Iran as Ally

"Atlantic Council" sees democratization of Arab world making Iran more moderate by 2030.Gil Ronen, 1/10/2013, 7:51 PM

Netanyahu: Defeating Islamism will Take Decades

"I have no doubt that by the end of the century, militant Islam will be defeated," says Prime Minister.Gil Ronen, 6/21/2012, 6:22 PM

UN Tightens North Korea Sanctions

Friday's failed rocket launch by North Korea - which violated international agreements - has resulted in more sanctions for PyongyangGabe Kahn, 4/16/2012, 10:02 PM

North Korea Fueling Rocket as Launch Window Opens

Defying world pressure, the regime of newly installed leader Kim Jong-un is preparing to violate agreements with a ballistic missile launch.Gabe Kahn, 4/12/2012, 10:32 AM

North Korean Missile May Explode Food Deal

The United States has called Pyongyang's determination to launch a satellite in violation of recent agreements 'highly provocative'Gabe Kahn., 3/16/2012, 2:39 PM

Pyongyang Halts Uranium Enrichment for Food

North Korea's new leader Kim Jong-Un agrees to halt uranium enrichment and allow IAEA access in exchange for US food.Gabe Kahn., 2/29/2012, 6:46 PM