Nuclear Roundup: 4/27/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | April 27, 2017

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

Iran Nuclear Deal

Tangled in Obama’s Iran nuclear trap

What the North Korea crisis says about the Iranian nuclear deal

Scuttle the Iran Nuke Deal? That Approach Didn’t Stop North Korea

United States

Two to Tango with Nuclear Weapons

Here’s what it looks like when the US fires a nuclear weapon

The Biggest Nuclear Threat to America? It’s Ourselves.

Dramatic nuclear attack drills staged near Manhattan as US-North Korea tensions escalate


White House Says Will Push North Korea to Abandon Nuclear Arms

State law prevents nuclear attack evacuation plan

TVA eliminating handguns from nuclear security officers

Improvement for uranium storage increases safety, efficiency

Preventing nuclear terrorism through global nuclear material removals

Belfer Spotlight: Laura Holgate


South Asia is not the most dangerous place on Earth

Nuclear tests will ‘never stop,’ North Korean government official says

Why North Korea’s nuclear threat must be taken more seriously than ever

A Paradigm Shift in North Korea’s Ballistic Missile Development

Anti-missile system in South Korea operational in ‘coming days’

North Korea youth league warns it will wipe out US with five million nuclear weapons if threatened

A look at North Korea’s evolving brinkmanship

How North Korea nuke crisis affects Israel

Poland backs India’s bid for NSG membership, UNSC seat

South Asia’s escalating nuclear rivalry

Belarus march against nuclear power on Chernobyl anniversary

It was 31 years ago today: Chernobyl

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