12/04/13 09:27 AM
American officials have said the missile defenses they want to install in Europe will protect NATO allies and counter any threat from Iran. Russia has long opposed the plan, and sees the system as a threat to the viability of Russia's own nuclear arsenal as a deterrent.
By Editorial Writer | 12/03/13 06:56 PM
The need to modernize America's nuclear deterrent couldn't have come at a worse time. The Department of Defense is under a legal mandate to cut more than $1 trillion from its budget by 2023, and expensive programs to build new strategic weapons or upgrade existing ones are prime candidates for...
By Charlie Spiering | 12/03/13 11:52 AM
Sen. Marco Rubio wants America and Europe to be blunt with Russian President Vladimir Putin about its direction in the world, particularly in Eastern Europe. During a speech in London on Tuesday, Rubio, R-Fla., outlined his approach to foreign policy in light of the strong diplomatic ties...
12/01/13 08:34 PM
TEHRAN, Iran — Iran's nuclear chief said the additional nuclear power would help the country reduce its carbon emissions and its consumption of oil, IRNA reported. He said Iran should produce 150 tons of nuclear fuel to supply five nuclear power plants.
By Meghashyam Mali | 11/28/13 05:55 PM
The Obama administration on Thursday condemned an attack on the Russian embassy in Damascus, Syria that killed one and left nine injured.
11/27/13 09:59 AM
NATO has kicked off Cyber Coalition 2013, the largest ever exercise of its kind intended to thwart massive, simultaneous attacks on member states and their allies. The three-day exercise, based at the 27 member alliance's cyber defense center in Estonia, will include participants from over 30...
By Jamey Keaten | 11/22/13 08:48 AM
MOSCOW — Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov threw his weight Friday behind nuclear talks with Iran, flying to Geneva to join senior negotiators struggling to seal a deal that would see Tehran start to roll back its atomic activities in exchange for sanctions relief.
By Paul Bedard | 11/20/13 04:29 PM
One of the nation's biggest leakers of intelligence secrets, Edward Snowden, is getting a big thank you from a Washington public interest group that has cheered his work from his Moscow hideout. Starting next week, Washington, D.C., Metrobuses will carry ads reading “Thank you Edward...
11/13/13 10:10 AM
Iran, which plans to have enough nuclear reactors to generate 20,000 megawatts of electricity, hopes the construction of another Russian-built power plant can start after March, said the head of Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization. “We hope to witness the construction of our country’s second...
By Joel Gehrke | 11/11/13 11:34 AM
Secretary of State John Kerry defended President Obama from the accusation that he gave "a pass" to Syrian dictator Bashar Assad by blaming Congress for the lack of military action against the regime. "He decided to use military force in Syria," Kerry told NBC's David Gregory on "Meet the...
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