Nuclear Roundup: 10/10/16

By Jodi Lieberman | October 10, 2016

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

Iran Nuclear Deal

Small failures in JCPOA implementation can create big issues: IAEA chief

United States

Wayne Brasure Nominated as Full-Time Domestic Nuclear Detection Office Chief at DHS

A recipe for wasteful spending: South Carolina Pork with Russian Dressing

Demolition of Hazardous Hanford Nuke Building Is Weeks Away

Did we really 'almost lose Detroit' in nuclear mishap 50 years ago?

When America Tested Nuclear Weapons Right Outside Las Vegas

Trump Correctly States U.S. "Nuclear Program Has Fallen Behind" Russia's


North Korea is ‘racing towards the nuclear finish line’

US think tank warns North Korea could develop up to 100 nuclear weapons by 2020

North Korea: When is an earthquake a nuclear test?

North Korean Flood Victims Caught in Nuclear Standoff

The United States and Russia Are Prepping for Doomsday

Updated New START Data Shows Steady Arsenal Cuts, Russian Warhead Uptick

Russia moves nuclear-capable missiles to NATO doorstep

Russia downplays worries about moving nuclear capable missiles near Eastern Europe

Russia Rules Out Using Plutonium Falling Under Deal With US to Make Weapons

Dimona Nuclear Reactor to Be Renamed After Deceased Israeli President Shimon Peres

China says willing to discuss 'possibilities' with India on nuclear group

On India's Bid For Nuclear Group NSG, China Says 'Talk To Others Too'

Kazakhstan shows denuclearization works

General Interest

New publication: Deterring Nuclear Terrorism


Nuclear-armed drones? They may be closer than you think

The Nuclear Testing Tally

What if Hitler Developed Nuclear Weapons During World War II?

The Man Who Wanted to Use Nuclear Weapons to Stop a Hurricane

The True Scale of Nuclear Bombs Is Totally Frightening                                                                                                           

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