Nuclear Roundup: 3/29/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | March 29, 2017

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

Iran Nuclear Deal

How the Nuclear Deal Has Reconfigured Iran’s Political Landscape

Nikki Haley Slams the Iran Deal, Says It ‘Empowered’ Iran and Russia

Russia and Iran’s Marriage of Convenience

United States

Q&A: Moniz looks to get U.S. nuclear scientists more engaged with China and Russia

Air Force B-2 to Get New Digital Nuclear Weapons & Air-Ground Missiles

UN’s proposed nuclear weapons ban ‘unrealistic,’ US general tells Congress


Witness: General Curtis M. Scaparrotti, Commander, United States European Command

Decades-old war over Yucca Mountain nuclear dump resumes under Trump budget plan

Toshiba’s Nuclear Unit Westinghouse Files for Bankruptcy Protection

ORAU welcomes four new directors to its board

Guest column: US interest requires Oak Ridge

More nuclear shipments to Savannah River Site likely, report says


North Korea’s Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Site: New Activity at the North Portal

Continued Activity at Key Plutonium Production Facilities at North Korea’s Yongbyon Nuclear Complex; Purpose Unclear

N. Korean nuclear test may be imminent: 38 North

Nuke Testing 101: How, and why, North Korea tests its bombs

Woolsey/Pry: How North Korea could kill 90 percent of Americans

Trump’s North Korea Policy: Is It Different from Obama’s?

Negotiated Compromise with North Korea is Better than Status Quo

Trump and the nuclear threat from North Korea

Responsible North Korea negotiations haven’t been tried

America’s hidden role in Chinese weapons research

US dismisses claim it is capable of launching ‘surprise nuclear missile strike against Russia’

Is Russia Building a Nuclear-Powered Supercarrier?

How this country went from nuclear problem child to role model

General Interest

Sen. Dorgan: The US and Russia Should Never Have Stopped Cooperating to Prevent Nuclear Terrorism

NASA Wants to Stop Buying Russian Plutonium

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