• David Sanger: Study Finds Agencies Ill Equipped to Detect Nuclear Advances

    Dep. Sec. Def. Carter

    BY: John Hogan

    A three year study conducted by the Pentagon has found that U.S. intelligence agencies are ill-equipped to detect efforts by foreign powers to develop or ramp up nuclear arsenals. The report, coming two months before President Obama travels to a third nuclear security summit meeting, cites Iran as a critical example of when U.S. intelligence agencies failed to identify efforts by Tehran to develop a viable nuclear arsenal for deterrence.

    Read more by David Sanger in The New York Times here.

    Tags : Foreign Affairs, Nuclear Weapons, Pentagon

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