The U.S.-Russian Agreement for Peaceful Nuclear Cooperation Author: Cole J. Harvey, Research Associate Monterey Institute for International Studies James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies June 22, 2010
The Obama administration re-submitted the U.S.-Russian agreement for peaceful nuclear cooperation to Congress on May 10, 2010. The agreement, which would allow the two countries to trade nuclear materials, technology and services, was originally signed and submitted to Congress for review in May 2008. However, following the August 2008 conflict between Russia and Georgia, the U.S.-Russian relationship deteriorated significantly; the Bush administration withdrew the agreement from Congress on September 8 of that year. The agreement will automatically enter into force unless both houses of Congress pass a resolution of disapproval within 90 legislative days.
The quietness of LTBR is almost spooky at this point. There has to be a reason for that private placement with William Blair for 6.60 a share. Well I am holding below 6.00 so if something actually happens I will be real happy for a change that I hold this thing haha.
Does anyone have an idea when the Reid bill may move out of the committee? I am also hoping for some news out of India after Obama's visit in November. We have been here a long time and deserve a win!