Strike on Iran will be a `catastrophe`, warns Russia

Israeli Defence Minister Ehud Barak said today that his country was not even close to
deciding to attack Iran.

Iran Parliament to review ties with IAEA

Iran says it is enriching uranium only for a planned network of civil nuclear power stations, not nuclear weapons.

Must review nuclear power policy as crisis persists: Japan

Japan must review its nuclear power policy, a top government spokesman said.

Govt unlikely to change its no-first-use nuke policy

Government is unlikely to change its no-first-use nuclear doctrine which was adopted in 1998 although a suggestion to this effect was made in
Parliament by former External Affairs Minister Jaswant Singh.

NATO ministers meet on Afghan trainers, nuclear policy

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrived in Estonia on Thursday for talks with her NATO counterparts about the alliance`s role in nuclear defence and ways to drum up more trainers for the Afghan Army.

N Korea has `nothing to fear` from new nuclear policy: US

North Korea has "nothing to fear" if it breaks from its nuclear weapons program, officials in Washington have insisted after Pyongyang attacked the new US nuclear policy as showing continued hostility.

Obama is rethinking the US nuclear policy: Report

President Barack Obama is
rethinking the US nuclear policy and is considering reducing
the nation`s arsenal by thousands of weapons, according to
senior aides in the White House.

Ali Larijani defends Iran’s nuclear policy

Iran was within its international
obligations when it enriched some of its uranium stockpile
earlier this month and should not be subjected to UN sanctions
over its nuclear programme, its parliament speaker said on Thursday.