Nuclear Roundup: 5/12/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | May 12, 2017

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

Iran Nuclear Deal

The Latest: US sees Iran working to preserve nuclear deal

Is Tillerson Signaling a Change in U.S. Iran Policy?

Iran’s Rouhani takes on hardliners in spirited last debate before vote

United States

Worldwide Threat Assessment of the US Intelligence Community

Hanford Nuclear Site’s Collapsed Tunnel May Have Gone Unnoticed

Hanford Nuclear Site Incident: What Are the Health and Human Risks?

Energy chief tours Carlsbad’s underground nuclear repository

Buried in the past?

Savannah River Site watchdog group says MOX report past due


North Korea to Test a Nuclear Missile That Could Strike America This Year

North Korea sends rare letter of protest over new U.S. sanctions

Veteran U.S. negotiator sees growing China pressure on North Korea over nukes

North Korean crisis-Chances for diplomatic solution?

North Korea Poses ‘Existential’ Threat, US Intel Chief Warns

North Korea poses ‘existential’ threat, U.S. intel chief warns

North Korea – Nuclear and ballistic non-proliferation – Statement issued by France and South Korea (12 May 2017)

Russia’s Putin Says Ready to Help Resolve North Korea Nuclear Issue: South Korea

How Russia Could Help Solve the North Korea Crisis

Nukes, Subs and Missiles: How Russia Plans to Challenge America’s Military Dominance

Jeremy Corbyn Explains Why He Can’t Envisage Using Nuclear Weapons

Corbyn pressed over willingness to use nuclear weapons

General Interest

Western countries are not prepared for nuclear war, warns fallout expert

The Proliferating Ballistic Missile Threat

Real-life WarGames? Expert Claims Careless Hackers Could Cause an Accidental Nuclear Apocalypse

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