Jim Walsh

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Research Associate in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Security Studies Program, focusing on international security and nuclear issues

Jim Walsh on KCRW

Last Friday, North Korea took the rest of the world by surprise by detonating a nuclear explosion more than twice as large as the one it tested just eight months ago.

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Last Friday, North Korea took the rest of the world by surprise by detonating a nuclear explosion more than twice as large as the one it tested just eight months ago.

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Talks in Switzerland between Iran, the US and five other countries may go beyond tonight's midnight hour.

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Talks in Switzerland between Iran, the US and five other countries may go beyond tonight's midnight hour.

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President Obama followed the steps of his two most recent predecessors this weekend, with a  trip to the Demilitarized Zone  between North and South Korea.

Obama Attends Nuclear Security Summit

President Obama followed the steps of his two most recent predecessors this weekend, with a trip to the Demilitarized Zone between North and South Korea.

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