Nuclear Roundup: 1/27/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | January 27, 2017

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

Iran Nuclear Deal

Netanyahu: Trump Understands ‘Danger’ of Iran Nuclear Deal

Iranians believe Trump will violate nuclear deal

Another View — Jessica Tuchman Mathews: Why President Trump should keep the Iran Deal

Tearing up Iran nuclear deal will backfire, May to warn Trump

Poll: Iranian Public Rejects Renegotiating Nuclear Deal

Implementing the Iran Nuclear Deal: A Status Report

United States

First nuclear-powered aircraft carrier to be decommissioned

Monroe: Facing the grave nuclear risk

Director, deputy director of Sandia National Labs announced

LANL’s aging plutonium, uranium research building may stay open

International

Defense Minister: North’s Nuclear Weapons are Real Threat

How Far China’s Nuclear Capabilities Stretch

Zia assured Reagan Pakistan would not build nuclear weapons, CIA documents reveal

‘Pakistan’s nuclear reprocessing will disrupt ties with US’

Britain quits European nuclear body

Mikhail Gorbachev: ‘It all looks as if the world is preparing for war”

IAEA Briefs: New Series for Policymakers

IAEA Reviews Standards for Radiation Screening

General Interest

Are We Really Heading Toward A Nuclear Arms Race?

Arms control is realistic; general disarmament probably isn’t

It is two and half minutes to midnight

The world just ticked a little bit closer to Doomsday, thanks to Trump

The Doomsday Clock moved closer to ‘midnight’ since Trump started talking about nuclear weapons

HOW NUCLEAR WAR COULD BREAK OUT

What Is the Doomsday Clock and Are We All Really About to Die?

AsapScience: What If We Have A Nuclear War?

Toward a practical nuclear pendulum

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