Nuclear Roundup: 5/8/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | May 8, 2017

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

Iran Nuclear Deal

Iran’s presidential candidates vow to uphold nuclear deal in televised debate

House oversight panel to investigate Iran deal

Editorial: Cleaning up the sordid Iran nuke deal mess

CONSUL GENERAL DAYAN: NUCLEAR DEAL IS BAD, BUT IRAN COMPLYING IS WORSE

United States

Wanted: Apt. w/view for Trump’s ‘nuclear football’

Opening Statement of Ranking Member Heinrich On National Labs, Contributions To Military Operations And Readiness

Mount: The Case Against New Nuclear Weapons

Four Reasons Why Talking to North Korea Would Be Smart Strategy

Le Sueur County responders train to handle radiological emergencies

A thermonuclear bomb slammed into a North Carolina farm in 1961 — and part of it is still missing

International

North Korea ‘detains US citizen’ as tensions mount over nuclear tests

U.N. SPOTS NORTH KOREA NUCLEAR WEAPONS ACTIVITY AS STATE MEDIA WARNS OF WAR

Satellite images show expansion of nuclear weapons sites on Kola

India’s nuclear expansion source of concern for neighbours

Link to report: India’s Nuclear Exceptionalism

Armed officers protecting nuclear power stations ‘taking too many sick days’

Singapore to enforce death penalty for nuclear terrorism acts

Nuclear talks: Groundhog fortnight returns to Vienna

Costa Rica Ratifies Key Nuclear Security Amendment

General Interest

Everything You Need to Know About Nuclear Physics

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