Jodi Lieberman’s Nuclear Roundup moves to the Bulletin

By | September 20, 2016

The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists is pleased to announce that Jodi Lieberman’s “Nuclear Roundup” is now a featured column on the Bulletin’s website.

The Roundup is an indispensable daily listing of nuclear-related news and reports, delivered to your inbox. If you are a current subscriber to the Nuclear Roundup, your service will not be interrupted. If you’d like to receive daily updates, please click here to sign up. The roundup will also appear regularly in the “Columnist” section of the Bulletin’s website.

Lieberman is a nonproliferation analyst at Argonne National Laboratory. She has previously held positions at the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the US Departments of State and Energy, where she focused on matters related to the International Atomic Energy Agency, nuclear safety and security, safeguards, and bilateral nuclear cooperation. She has published and spoken on a range of nuclear issues, including implementation of 123 agreements for nuclear cooperation with other countries, the South African nuclear weapons program, and nuclear power in Eastern Europe. Lieberman holds a master degree in international relations from Columbia University.

The Nuclear Roundup has become the go-to resource for keeping up-to-date with the latest writing on arms control, nonproliferation, nuclear terrorism, and nuclear safety. The Bulletin is proud to provide a new home for this important resource.

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