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Study finds U.S. lags in detecting nuclear work

WASHINGTON — A three-year study by the Pentagon has concluded that U.S. intelligence agencies are “not yet organized or fully equipped” to detect when foreign powers are developing nuclear weapons or ramping up their existing arsenals. It calls for using some of the same techniques that the National Security Agency has developed against terrorists.

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  • Headline: Study finds U.S. lags in detecting nuclear work
  • Publication: Front Section, Pages 10 on 01/24/2014
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