The nuclear pact being negotiated with Iran is unpalatable to Israel, and may hasten a confrontation with Tehran, according to a report.» Read More
The big environmental argument for nuclear energy: Its carbon emissions are the lowest among major power sources.
India is set to pay Iran $1.65 billion under an interim nuclear deal that eases sanctions and gives Tehran access to $4.2 billion in blocked funds.
Carl Bildt, Swedish foreign minister, discusses nuclear security in Ukraine and says that Russia's marginalization in international affairs will have a negative impact on its economy.
William Tobey of Harvard University says that Russia is now showing signs of reluctance in its commitment to improving nuclear security.
Russia has quietly taken the lead in the $500 billion nuclear export market, building new facilities as the U.S. sits on the sidelines.
China is demanding Japan get rid of its "bomb in the basement," and drop plans to open a new reactor this fall.
A deal for Iran to freeze parts of its nuclear program in return for sanctions relief will take effect on January 20.
Yair Lapid, Israel's finance minister, downplays the dispute between the U.S. and Israel over the Iran nuclear deal saying that it's "okay to have disputes within the family".
Amb. Ido Aharoni, Consul General of Israel in New York, discusses the U.S deal with Iran over nuclear weapons.
Harvard Law School professor Alan Dershowitz discusses the deal to scale back Iran's nuclear operations in exchange for sanctions relief.
Rep. Peter Roskam, R-Ill., says the nuclear deal benefits Iran while the U.S. gets nothing.
Michael Rubin, American Enterprise Institute, and Peter Brookes, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, discuss the negotiated deal with Iran on nuclear limits.
NBC's Steve Handelsman reports on the White House's deal to curb Iran's nuclear program.
Kingsley Jones, Founder and CIO at Jevons Global tells CNBC's Cash Flow how to play the Iranian nuclear deal.
NBC's Andrea Mitchell reports on the details of Iran's interim nuclear deal.
President Obama addresses the 68th session of the U.N. General Assembly. In his speech he calls for world leaders to stand up to Syrian President Assad over his use of chemical weapons through diplomatic measure. But the President also counters that the U.S. is "prepared to us all elements of our power, including military force" to secure our core interest in the region.
The U.S. should intervene in Syria but also needs to think very carefully about forcing Bashar Assad out of office, says Douglas Ollivant, New America Foundation, discussing America's response to alleged charges Syria used chemical weapons on civilians. And David Gordon, Eurasia Group, explains why the much bigger stakes in the Middle East are about nuclear weapons confrontation with Iran.
Joseph DeTrani, President of Intelligence and National Security Alliance, says the two Koreas' plan to reopen Kaesong is a positive development, but doubts remain over the path Kim Jong-un is taking.
Troy Stangarone, Senior Director, Congressional Affairs & Trade at the Korea Economic Institute, discusses how China and South Korea can work together to denuclearize North Korea.
President Obama, speaking in Berlin, proposes deep cuts to America's nuclear weapons and addressed the NSA surveillance program. He also discussed Ben Bernanke, reports CNBC's John Harwood.