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Telegraph.co.uk
Nuclear commander lost job after being caught playing fake poker chips
Telegraph.co.uk
After graduating from the US Naval Academy in 1979, Mr Giardina worked his way up the ranks as a career submarine officer. Among his commands were fast attack subs and vessels carrying ballistic nuclear weapons. Yet his career began to unravel last ...

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Washington Times
U.S. Energy Department doing poor job policing nuclear exports with Iran deal ...
Washington Times
Even as it pursues an 11th hour deal to stop Iran's nuclear ambitions, the Obama administration is doing a poor job policing U.S. nuclear technology exports to ensure they don't fall into the hands of foreign enemies looking to make weapons ...
One week to 'finish the job' in Iran nuclear talksSaudi Gazette
Iran Nuclear Deal Remains in DoubtWall Street Journal
Iran nuclear talks enter slippery final straightYahoo News
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As it pursues Iran deal, Obama administration doing poor job policing US ...
Iran Focus
Even as it pursues an 11th hour deal to stop Iran's nuclear ambitions, the Obama administration is doing a poor job policing U.S. nuclear technology exports to ensure they don't fall into the hands of foreign enemies looking to make weapons ...


Great Falls Tribune
Hagel announces changes to nuclear forces
Great Falls Tribune
Hagel said that to help with some of the issues, he has authorized elevating the top Air Force nuclear job from a 3-star to a 4-star general. The current Air Force Global Strike Commander is Lt. Gen. Stephen Wilson, a 3-star general. Hagel said raising ...
Pentagon wants at least $7.5 billion to fix nuclear weapons programsWashington Post
Air Force ROTC cadets receive nuclear scholarshipsBarksdale Air Force Base
Work Details How DoD Will Implement Nuclear ImprovementsDepartment of Defense
ABC News -Breaking Defense
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TIME
Iranians Ponder Economic Future as Nuclear Talks Near Deadline
TIME
An accord with world powers over the future of Iran's nuclear program could ease the way for foreign investment and free up the country's assets frozen abroad, something that many hope could help lift its economy out of the doldrums. But others ...
It's crunch time for the Iranian nuclear talksMinnesota Public Radio News
Iran Nuclear Talks Head Down to WireWall Street Journal
Diplomats Look To Solve Iran's Nuclear Issue As Deadline NearsWUFT
WBUR -People's Pundit Daily
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Foreign Policy
Iran Nuclear Negotiator Named as Acting No. 2 at State Department
Foreign Policy
The hunt to fill the deputy secretary position follows last month's retirement of Bill Burns, a vaunted 32-year foreign service officer who orchestrated the secret back-channel talks that gave birth to the Iran nuclear negotiations. Last week, Burns ...
US overseer of nuclear negotiations with Iran temporarily tapped as deputy ...Minneapolis Star Tribune

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One week to 'finish the job' in nuclear talks
gulfnews.com
One week to 'finish the job' in nuclear talks. 'Failure would be a dangerous scenario for the entire world'. AFP; Published: 14:30 November 16, 2014; Gulf News. Vienna: Iran and six world powers begin a final round of talks in Vienna on Tuesday aiming ...

Downfall of Vice-Admiral Timothy Giardina is latest embarrassment for America's missile men, amid low morale and a string of public scandals
Iran and six world powers are meeting this weekend in Vienna with a Monday deadline looming. Here's a look at what it all means for Iran and its neighbors.
More diplomats are joining the discussions this weekend, hoping to broker a deal to ease years of disputes over Iran's nuclear program.
Even as it pursues an 11th hour deal to stop Iran’s nuclear ambitions, the Obama administration is doing a poor job policing U.S. nuclear technology exports to ensure they don’t fall into the hands of foreign enemies looking to make weapons, investigators have found. The Government Accountability Office, the investigatory ...
An accord with world powers over the future of Iran’s nuclear program could ease the way for foreign investment and free up the country’s assets frozen abroad, something that many hope could help lift its economy out of the doldrums. But others warn against overstating the potential economic impact of any deal
Iran and six world powers begin a final round of nuclear talks in Vienna Tuesday, six days before a deadline for a deal with differences still considerable despite months of negotiations. If the sides do strike an accord, it would consign to history a 12-year standoff between the West and the Islamic republic over its nuclear programme by making any Iranian drive to make atomic weapons virtually ...
VIENNA, Austria – Iran and 6 world powers begin a final round of talks in Vienna on Tuesday, November 18, aiming to overcome significant remaining differences and agree a historic nuclear deal by a November 24 deadline. "There's still a big gap. We may not be able to get there," ...
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