Nuclear Roundup: 2/7/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | February 7, 2017

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

Iran Nuclear Deal

Iran Avoids Taking Trump Bait to Collapse Nuclear Deal

Iran nuclear deal likely to stay in place: U.S. house speaker

Theresa May defies Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with vow of support for Iran nuclear deal

Details of Iran nuclear deal still secret as US-Tehran relations unravel

Iran says unlike what Trump thinks, nuclear deal is a “win-win” accord

United States

Two Nobel Prize-winning nuclear experts explain the unlikely reasons why Trump could be our savior

New GAO Report: Better Information Needed on Results of National Nuclear Security Administration’s Research and Technology Development Projects


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

Event: The Rising Threat of a Nuclear North Korea

Why Trump should give nuclear-armed North Korea a shot at peace

Gallucci says he advised N. Korea not to greet new U.S. president with nuclear, missile tests

China’s nuclear weapons policy could be about to radically change

Poland wants nuclear weapons for Europe

Instead Of Relying On America, Maybe Europe Should Create Its Own Nuclear Deterrent

Thinking the unthinkable on Germany going nuclear

Is a Damaged Fukushima Nuclear Reactor About to Fall Into the Ocean?

Melted Fuel Debris Possibly Located at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant

India to host meet against nuclear terror

Pakistan wants India’s n-programme under IAEA safeguards

New Film: How the IAEA Uses Nuclear Science for Development – Now Available in All Official Languages

General Interest

Everyone Fails Nuclear Weapons Tests Sometimes


How I learned to hate the Bomb

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