Nuclear Roundup: 10/05/16

By Jodi Lieberman | October 5, 2016

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

Iran Nuclear Deal

Kaine: IDF chief agrees Iran deal stopped nuclear program

United States

NNSA Head: ‘All Bets Are Off’ for Warhead Modernization Under Sequestration

Meet a Machine: RPMs keep watch 24/7 to strengthen global nuclear security

South Carolina Nuclear Fuel Facility At Center Of U.S.-Russian Struggle

What Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton got wrong about nuclear weapons

Fact-Checking VP Debate Points On Iran Nuclear Deal, Bill Clinton, Putin

WIPP plans will go on even if Russia quits plutonium deal

Ceiling collapse causes concern in Carlsbad's waste plant

Nuclear power lobby names new CEO

International

North Korea Vows To Conduct ‘Merciless’ Nuclear Strikes Against Preemptive Attack By US

Revealed: Four European nations scrambled air forces to intercept nuclear-capable Russian Blackjack bombers that flew from Norway to Spain last month

Russia’s former nuclear boss appointed deputy head of presidential administration

Russia Calls on US to Return to Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty

Russia Adds Hundreds of Warheads Under Nuclear Treaty

Top secret Chinese nuclear base opens to foreigners

UN court throws out Marshall Islands' nuclear weapons case

Hiroshima & Nagasaki survivors tell British MPs to scrap nuclear weapons

General Interest

The Case for No-First-Use

Deterring Nuclear Terrorism

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