Nuclear Roundup: 12/23/2016

By Jodi Lieberman | December 23, 2016

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

Please note: The Nuclear Roundup will not be published the week of Monday, December 26th, through Monday, January 2nd.

Iran Nuclear Deal

Is the Iran nuclear deal already being violated?

Heavy Water Loophole in the Iran Deal

United States

Sidney Drell, Who Advised US Presidents on Nuclear Weapons, Dies at 90

Trump pledges to ‘expand’ U.S. nuclear capability

Trump on nukes: ‘Let it be an arms race’

Trump tells TV host he welcomes a new nuclear arms race

Trump’s Nuclear Weapons Tweet, Translated and Explained

Could Trump’s Tweets Spark a Nuclear Arms Race?

‘Let it be an arms race’: Trump’s history of discussing nuclear weapons

Krauthammer on Trump suggesting US must bolster Nuclear weapons arsenal

Trump’s nuclear tweet raises question of ‘quid pro quo’ for defense contractors

NNSA reaches milestone with cooperative agreements to accelerate domestic production of Mo99

NNSA Highlights 2016 Successes in Stockpile Stewardship, Nuclear Security, Naval Propulsion and Enterprise Management

NNSA 2016 Year in Review

Special Operations Command takes a lead role in countering weapons of mass destruction

APNewsBreak: New Mexico OKs Reopening Troubled Nuclear Dump


China ‘closely following’ Donald Trump comments on nuclear weapons policy

Rudd warns North Korea about nuclear weapons

General Interest

U.S., Russia dominate nuclear weapons list

It’s Time to Revisit This Terrifying 1980s TV Movie On Nuclear War

Carnegie Corporation of New York launches new call for proposals on New Technologies and Nuclear Risk.Deadline for letters of inquiry is Feb 1.

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