Nuclear Roundup: 5/24/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | May 24, 2017

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

Iran Nuclear Deal

Iran’s president criticizes US after Trump’s sharp words

The Trump administration’s Iran policy is dangerous and flawed

United States

NNSA Releases FY18 Presidential Budget Request

Trump budget plan boosts funding for N.M. national labs

Trump budget terminates funding for Aiken County MOX project

Trump calls Kim Jong Un a ‘madman with nuclear weapons,’ according to transcript of Duterte call

Democrats Warn Trump Against Pre-emptive Attack on North Korea

North Korea on ‘inevitable’ path to nuclear ICBM: US

Dan Coats: Ukraine, Libya taught other countries to seek nuclear weapons

Full Testimonies: Coates and Stewart

Could U.S. Nuclear Weapons Be Hacked?

Trump looks to Marine to beef up Energy Department’s legal muscle

New nominee for DOD legislative affairs

What It Took to Demolish the Most Infamous Room at the Hanford Nuclear Site


US may have to accept nuclear-armed North Korea as military strike too risky, says US admiral

Why Trump making North Korea his “first priority” isn’t a good thing

North Korea’s Nuclear Desire

Asia opts for a replay of cold war nuclear deterrence

Russian Navy to get seven advanced nuclear submarines by 2021

Hibakusha hail draft of latest move to outlaw nuclear weapons

Hey, NATO, Let’s Move Those 50 US Thermonuclear Weapons Out of Turkey

IAEA course helps radiation protection officers create national training programmes

IAEA Library adopts international code to facilitate Member States’ access to its collection

General Interest

Nuclear developers stumble over technology and financing

Nuclear War Without a War

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