Nuclear Roundup: 4/3/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | April 3, 2017

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

Iran Nuclear Deal

In Iranian nuclear deal review, Tillerson’s worlds collide

The way forward on the Iran Nuclear Deal under President Trump

Dear Senators: Push Back Against Iran, but Not at the Expense of the Nuclear Deal

United States

Non-proliferation challenges facing the Trump administration

You could be one fender-bender away from nuclear disaster

International

How could Trump go it alone on North Korea?

N. Korea defector warns Kim would use nukes against US

North Korea’s Nuclear Strength, Encapsulated in an Online Ad for Lithium

Are ‘nuclear spies’ in Japan providing Pyongyang with weapons technology?

North Korean official tells ABC News they want to talk only with U.S. about nuclear weapons

No, North Korea Can’t Kill 90 Percent of Americans

Russia’s Most Dangerous Nuclear Attack Submarine Ever Is Ready for War

Russia’s Nuclear Diplomacy

If Germany Goes Nuclear, Blame Trump Before Putin

Threat posed by Indian N-program

Decoding India’s Nuclear Status

Nuclear weapons and global discourse

Brexit brings nuclear (con)fusion

Report: Saudi Arabia Still Seeking Nuclear Weapons Capability

General Interest

This Country ‘Sunk’ a U.S. Nuclear Powered Aircraft Carrier (Not China or Russia)

OPINION: WHAT’S DRIVING WORLD BACK TO MAD OLD DAYS OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS?

A Cornerstone of Peace at Risk

Mattis says response coming soon on Russia arms treaty violation

Re-launching US-Russia arms control dialogue: what role for Europe?

THE BAN MOVEMENT’S MOMENT

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