Nuclear Roundup: 10/3/16

By Jodi Lieberman | October 3, 2016

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

Iran Nuclear Deal

U.N. atomic agency chief says Iran sticking to nuclear deal

Nuke deal merely makes Iran more aggressive

Book of cartoons on Iran’s negotiating team on nuclear deal unveiled in Tehran

United States

Clinton campaign downplays remarks on nuclear policy

Nuclear weapons outlast Cold War

Special Report: On Alert – "Manning" Underground Nuclear Weapons

City sees December summit on nuclear weapons as way to tap into ‘brainpower’

Pay to StayCoalition seeks promise of tax support from national laboratories, no matter who gets the contract

MOX financial, completion figures shift shapes


North Korea’s nuclear program prompts some in South to call for own deterrent

IAEA condemns N. Korea's nuke program, demands concrete steps for denuclearization

Go Ahead. Let Japan and South Korea Go Nuclear

What If America Used Nuclear Weapons During the Korean War?

Russia's Putin suspends plutonium cleanup accord with U.S. because of 'unfriendly' acts

West is bent on nuclear war, Russia tells people

Moscow Prepared for Possible Nuclear Attack: Statement of Russian Emergency Situations Ministry (EMERCOM)

What’s wrong with Russia’s new Bulava missile?

US Disappointed With Political Debates During Technical Work at IAEA Conference

Israel nuclear arsenal estimate was high

Kashmir conflict: Do nuclear weapons prevent all-out war?

Strong Bidder For NSG: India Or Pakistan – OpEd

South Africa’s contentious nuclear program faces yet another setback

Desperate uranium miners switch to survival mode despite nuclear rebound

General Interest

“Good” ISIS: New Book on South Africa’s Nuclear Program

Despite progress through the Nuclear Security Summit, the risk of a nuclear catastrophe still persists. Carnegie Corporation of New York and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation are looking for the innovative solutions to stem the threats posed by loose nuclear materials.

Benoit Forget: Unraveling complexities of nuclear reactors

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