Nuclear Roundup: 2/16/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | February 16, 2017

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

Iran Nuclear Deal

Trump to Netanyahu: Iran will never get nuclear weapon


Why Trump and Netanyahu might keep Iran nuclear deal after all

S. Korea urges Iran’s compliance with nuclear deal following missile test

United States

Trump Inherits Nuclear Budget Time Bomb

New CRS Report:  U.S. Strategic Nuclear Forces: Background, Developments, and Issues

Lab responds to critical report of safety practices

Duke Energy gives Channel 9 tour of McGuire Nuclear Station


Should we really be so afraid of a nuclear North Korea?

Top diplomats of S. Korea, U.S. to discuss N.K. nukes in Germany

China mulls joining U.N. talks on treaty to ban nuclear weapons

This is the ground-launched cruise missile that Russia has reportedly just deployed

Moscow Issues its First Nuclear Challenge to Trump

The RS-28 Sarmat and the Future U.S. Nuclear Modernization

Admiral Lord West: Can Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump friendship prevent a new nuclear build-up?

An open letter to Trump and Putin: The world needs Nuclear Zero

UK national nuclear archive opens in Scotland

Logic Meltdown: Turnbull Government Won’t Participate In Negotiations To Ban Nuclear Weapons

Webinar on Medical Preparedness and Response for Nuclear or Radiological Emergencies

General Interest

SMR Smart – Small Modular Reactors Are The Wave Of Nuclear’s Future

One Job the Robots Can Have: Cleaning Nuclear Waste

Nuclear Weapons Don’t Belong in Anyone’s Hands

Standing With the Nonwhite World to Ban Nuclear Weapons

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