Nuclear Roundup: 9/27/16

By Jodi Lieberman | September 27, 2016

A compilation of quality nuclear policy news published on the Web, around the world.

Iran Nuclear Deal

The Art of the Nuclear Deal


U.S. to continue their efforts to benefit Iranian people of nuclear deal – State Department

Trump at First Debate With Clinton: Netanyahu ‘Not a Happy Camper’ About Iran Nuclear Deal

United States

Cost of modernizing U.S. nuclear weapons to fall to next president

Carter: DoD Will Rebuild, Sustain its Nuclear Deterrence Enterprise

After $1 billion is spent to address nuclear scandals, Defense secretary says there's more to be done

Passive-Aggressive Fight Against Plutonium Economy Continues Unabated

Donald Trump’s Concern About Nuclear Weapons Dates Back Decades

Plan surfaces for new nuclear disposal ground in SC


North Korea Declares Basic Completion of Nuclear Weapons Development

NATO is reviewing ‘nuclear playbook’ to deter ‘terrible attacks’ by Russia – Pentagon chief

Pakistan and NSG: Countering the cards

Cuba, Russia sign nuclear energy cooperation deal

Russia, Finland Sign Protocol on Nuclear Security Cooperation

Russia Prepares for War, Plans to Move Thermonuclear ICBMs to Border

Holy See: Peace of nuclear deterrence "a tragic illusion"

60th IAEA General Conference Resources

Statements and Key Addresses to IAEA General Conference

60th IAEA General Conference (2016) Documents

60th Anniversary of the IAEA

60th IAEA General Conference Handbook

General Interest

No first use: keeping nuclear weapons inside the box

Turning particle detectors into weapons detectors

Rein in the National Security Council

Chernobyl VR documentary revisits nuclear disaster

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