Nuclear Roundup: 5/11/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | May 11, 2017

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

Iran Nuclear Deal

Europe and Iran: The Nuclear Deal and Beyond

Dealing With north Korea- The Iranian Lesson

United States

CIA creates mission center focused on North Korea’s nuclear threat

Pentagon Wrestling with Closed Nuke C3 in the Cloud-Computing Era

Bring Back the Nuclear Tomahawks

Energy Department to Investigate Collapse at Hanford Nuclear Site

Tunnel collapse renews safety concerns about Hanford nuclear site

State takes legal action against U.S. government after Hanford nuclear site tunnel collapses

State demands answers about Hanford radioactive tunnel breach

What Is Actually in That Caved-In Tunnel At Hanford?

Hanford Accident Reminds Us of the Staggering Cost of America’s Nuclear Waste

Nuclear Waste From the Cold War is Being Stored in Unsafe Conditions. Time to Fix the Problem is Running Out

U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry Praises National Laboratories During Los Alamos Visit

The Latest: US Energy Secretary Touts Nuclear Power

Nuclear firms enrich city, state

Inside Arizona’s Only Nuclear Power Plant


Analyst: U.S., North Korea must negotiate before next nuclear test

South Korea urges ‘parallel’ talks and sanctions to rein in North Korea

No Time for Friction with South Korea

Trump, New South Korean President Agree to Cooperate Against North Korean Nuclear Threat


North Korea’s ICBMs Have ‘Important Shortfalls,’ Pentagon Says

Going Under Cover: Enhanced Concealment Effort Noted at the Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Site

THAAD deployment to turn region into nuclear battlefield: North Korea

Experts downplay North Korea ambassador comments

North Korea is more rational than you think

German uranium for US nuclear weapons?

19 Years Ago Today, India Conducted Pokhran-II Nuclear Tests & Declared Itself A Nuclear Power

India’s second nuclear test: ‘Pokhran-II’ on 11th May, 1998

The European Union and weapons of mass destruction: A follow-on to the global strategy?

A Strategy for (Modestly Increasing the Chance of) Saving the INF Treaty

Supporting the Safe, Secure, Peaceful and Sustainable Uses of Nuclear Energy

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