Nuclear Roundup: 2/21/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | February 21, 2017

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

Iran Nuclear Deal

The rising risk of showdown between Trump and Iran

United States

Ex-spy Plame’s big worries: ‘reckless’ president, nuclear weapons

The Trump Nuclear Threat

Trump’s trials: Iran and North Korea

How Putin Might Yank Away Trump’s Control over America’s Nuclear Weapons

Goodby/Hill: Trump is failing in his global responsibility to control nuclear weapons

North Korea ‘single most defining geopolitical challenge’ for Trump, says Obama-era National Security Council alumnus

Why Trump Needs to Deploy Missile Defenses to Counter North Korea and Iran

U.S. rushes to add laser-armed drones to missile defense network

Why America Can’t Spot Dirty Bombs


Is China Pushing Trump to Talk to North Korea?

Russia to rely increasingly on non-nuclear deterrent

Fukushima nuclear disaster evacuees ‘pressured’ to return to contaminated homes, says Greenpeace

The Ultimate Bad Idea: A Nuclear Armed Japan

UAE to become first Arab country to join civilian nuclear club within weeks

Opposition growing to cross-border nuclear shipments

General Interest

Aim for ‘new’ nuke order

Could This New Method of Extracting Uranium From Seawater Help Nuclear Power?


‘LaserSnake’: A New Approach to Nuclear Decommissioning

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