Nuclear Roundup: 9/29/16

By Jodi Lieberman | September 29, 2016

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

Iran Nuclear Deal

Iran Set a Trap

Energy secretary: ‘We got it right’ on Iran deal

Nuclear Deal Fuels Saudi-Iran Rivalry

United States

How Many Nuclear Weapons Does The United States Have? Pentagon Releases New Numbers

Pentagon chief: No plans to change US nuke strike rules

Trump’s stance on nuclear restraint is ambiguous

Blair: The Flimsy Case Against No-First-Use of Nuclear Weapons

The Case for Retaining the First-Use Doctrine for Nuclear Weapons

An inside look at Sandia’s most powerful radiation testing facility

LANL coalition seeks to eliminate tax-exempt status


North Korea says Nuclear Weapons Institute was a secret agency

How Rocky U.S.-China Relations Benefit North Korea’s Nuclear Missiles

Mongolia's Small Country Diplomacy and North Korea

US Should Work Closely with China, Russia on North Korean Nuclear Issue – Kerry

Japan conglomerates seek to merge loss-making nuclear fuel operations: sources

Will use nuclear weapons, destroy India if it declares war, says Pakistan

One of Russia’s Most Advanced Nuclear Missiles Self-Destructed During a Test Flight

Non-Nuclear States Advance Push for UN Treaty to Ban Nukes

On the eve of new atoms: As North Korea, Pakistan flex nuclear muscles, Israeli strategy may shift

A back-dated deal with a toppled French PM: How Peres secured Israel’s nuclear deterrent

General Interest

Medical isotope could run out, National Academies warn

Student's surprise finding could improve future handling of nuclear waste

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