Some officials say that a joint American-Israeli strategy is evolving — some might argue regressing — to a series of short-of-war clandestine strikes.
A Middle Eastern intelligence official said Israel planted a bomb in a building where advanced centrifuges were being developed.
Iran released a photograph showing evidence of what appeared to be a major explosion at the site. Early evidence suggests it was most likely an act of sabotage.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo addressed the United Nations Security Council Tuesday in another attempt to persuade the international security group to extend the arms embargo against Iran.
Satellite photographs show the explosion happened at a missile production facility. Iran said the episode was a gas explosion at a different military base.
The Trump administration is portraying the small but increasingly potent Chinese arsenal — still only one-fifth the size of the United States’ or Russia’s — as the big new threat.
He’s fierce. She’s fiercer. Or so goes their game.
The Cold War is over and all presidents make mistakes. Yet they still have sole control over whether to start a nuclear war.
In his memoir, the hawkish national security adviser describes a president who simultaneously wanted to sound tough and strike a deal — any deal — that he could portray as a victory.
The United Nations international nuclear watchdog announced Friday that they have “serious concern[s]” regarding Iran’s inability to comply with contractual safeguard obligations.
The United States and the big European powers came together to declare they had serious concerns about Tehran’s failure to allow inspectors into two locations.
EU and Eastern Partnership (EaP) heads of state and governments as well as European institution leaders met on Thursday (18 June) to discuss the COVID-19 crisis as well as reaffirm the strategic partnership and discuss its future. However, the talks...
China and North Korea are ramping up their nuclear weapon arsenals while world superpowers like the U.S. and Russia are drawing them down, a report says.
There are many valid arguments against specific nuclear projects – including cost efficiency, safety, and environmental footprint. But one should also be honest in comparing the trade-offs with competing technologies, writes Pieter Cleppe.
In a statement marking the second anniversary of a historic summit meeting between Kim Jong-un and President Trump, the North said its hopes had faded into a “nightmare.”
A US-Russian preliminary agreement to resume nuclear arms talks could become a historic opportunity for a safer world - but many question marks remain.
North Korea is pushing forward with work at a nuclear fuel plant despite calls from the U.S. to wind its program down, a report says.
Is the risk of dying from Covid-19 comparable to driving to work every day, skydiving or being a soldier in a war?
A folksy but forceful “Green Cowboy,” he helped shape energy policy in the White House and at local utilities for seven decades.
Hope Jahren’s “The Story of More,” Christina Figueres and Tom Rivett-Carnac’s “The Future We Choose” and Solomon Goldstein-Rose’s “The 100% Solution” offer some novel approaches to global warming.