Nuclear Roundup: 3/8/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | March 8, 2017

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

Iran Nuclear Deal

Iran honestly abiding by nuclear deal or terrified of changing times?

Trump administration pledges ‘great strictness’ on Iran nuclear deal

United States

Military: Aging nuclear triad ‘will not remain viable forever’

Why a $1 trillion endeavor to modernize the US nuclear arsenal could get more bipartisan support

US Accuses Russia of Deploying Missile in Violation of Arms Control Treaty

Senate Bill Would Restrict US Civil Nuclear Cooperation with Russia

Sandia National Labs ensure functionality of nation’s nuclear weapons

New MOX review contradicts previous NNSA evaluation


The Trump Administration’s Ire Has Not Deterred North Korea’s Nuclear Goals

China calls on N Korea to suspend missile and nuclear tests

China: North Korea could suspend nuclear activities if U.S. halts military exercises


Why North Korea wants a nuclear weapon

Russia to Arm Nuclear Subs with New Supersonic Cruise Missile

Trump’s Silence on Russian Missiles Makes America Less Safe

US-Russian space cooperation: a model for nuclear security

India’s nuclear record better, but Pakistan also needs NSG: China

U.N. nuclear watchdog board backs chief Amano for a third term

Statement by Chairman of IAEA Board of Governors on Re-appointment of Director General

Six years after Fukushima nuclear disaster, residents trickle back to deserted towns

General Interest

Nuclear weapons don’t belong in any nation’s arsenal

During the Korea War, America Considered Attacking North Korea with Nuclear Weapons

The Doomsday Clock, explained

A nuclear weapons ban should first do no harm to the NPT

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