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House Voted on Indian Deal Unaware of Iran Missile Sales

June 19, 2018
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The Bush administration will impose sanctions on two Indian firms for selling missile parts to Iran, government officials said yesterday, acknowledging privately that the secret decision should have been shared with the House before it voted this week to support U.S. plans to sell nuclear… (Washington Post — 34 minutes ago)
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The Bush administration won initial support from Congress yesterday for its plan to create a broad nuclear cooperation agreement with India that reverses decades of U.S. policies and requires changes in laws aimed at limiting the spread of nuclear weapons. (Washington Post — 33 minutes ago)
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NEW YORK, Sept. 17 — European efforts to get Iran and the United States around the same negotiating table are at an advanced yet sensitive stage, with a small number of remaining differences to be tackled this week when world leaders gather at the United Nations, according to several American,… (Washington Post — 19 hours ago)
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The Bush administration acknowledged yesterday that it had long known about Pakistan’s plans to build a large plutonium-production reactor, but it said the White House was working to dissuade Pakistan from using the plant to expand its nuclear arsenal. (Washington Post — 34 minutes ago)
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President Bush has decided to permit extensive U.S. civilian nuclear cooperation with Russia for the first time, administration officials said yesterday, reversing decades of bipartisan policy in a move that would be worth billions of dollars to Moscow but could provoke an uproar in Congress. (Washington Post — 33 minutes ago)
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