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Nuclear Politics and Proliferation

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The United Nations rebukes Iran for failing to make its nuclear program transparent, but the United States and Russia maintain thousands of nuclear warheads. Some activists say those stockpiles should cause more concern than the efforts of Iran and other countries. Join NPR's Neal Conan and his guests for an update on the global nuclear threat.

Guests:

Mike Shuster
*NPR diplomatic correspondent

George Perkovich
*Vice president of studies at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
*Non-proliferation expert

Dr. Helen Caldicott
*President of the Nuclear Policy Research Institute

Dan Goure
*Vice president of the Lexington Institute, a public policy group
*Director of the Office of Strategic Competitiveness in the Defense Department in the first Bush administration

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