Nuclear Roundup: 5/4/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | May 4, 2017

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

Iran Nuclear Deal

Iran’s Compliance with 2015 Nuclear Deal is Suspect

ANALYSIS: The Iranian regime’s unstoppable path to nuclear weapons

United States

US Air Force tests another nuclear-capable long-range missile

Stephen King: Trump’s nuclear ability ‘worse than any horror story I ever wrote’

Lawmakers back push to curtail Trump’s nuclear strike ability

Ex-nuke commanders launch ‘crisis’ group to educate Trump

Holgate and Kennedy: Why America Should Keep Supporting the IAEA

Special Sheriff’s Unit Scans Incoming Ships For Radioactive Material At LA Ports

Nuclear plant worker ‘deliberately’ tried to hide error, officials say

International

Only Congress Can Solve the North Korea Problem

North Korean Media, in Rare Critique of China, Says Nuclear Program Will Continue

North Korea Lashes Out at China Amid Nuclear Dispute

Tillerson says putting pressure on North Korea is just the beginning

Is South Korea about to reset its North Korea policy?

Could North Korean nuclear test lead to volcanic eruption?

Forget North Korea. The Next Nuclear Crisis Festers on The India-Pakistan Border

Russia to reconsider PMDA if US keeps MOX

RUSSIA DENIES SECRET NUCLEAR BOMB THREAT TO U.S. INVOLVING ‘MOLE’ MISSILES

Britain’s Nuclear Bomb: The Inside Story is a fitting tribute to the unsung heroes of postwar Britain: review

Brussels plans to saddle UK with EU nuclear waste

Kishida proposes ‘eminent persons group’ to rid world of nukes

General Interest

You’ll Die in a Nuclear War, but These Elites Will Be Saved

Send Jodi Lieberman items of interest for the Nuclear Roundup at [email protected].


Together, we make the world safer.

The Bulletin elevates expert voices above the noise. But as an independent nonprofit organization, our operations depend on the support of readers like you. Help us continue to deliver quality journalism that holds leaders accountable. Your support of our work at any level is important. In return, we promise our coverage will be understandable, influential, vigilant, solution-oriented, and fair-minded. Together we can make a difference.


Topics: Nuclear Roundup

Get alerts about this thread
Notify of
guest

0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments