Nuclear Roundup: 7/10/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | July 10, 2017

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

North Korea

N. Korea ‘still on standby’ for nuke test: 38 North

North Korea threatens nuclear war as US deploys bombers near its border

S. Korean speaker calls for dialogue, tolerance for N. Korea

As an historic nuclear weapons treaty is reached, G20 leaders miss the mark on North Korea

The secret to Kim’s success? Some experts see Russian echoes in North Korea’s missile advances

North Korea threat: Alaska mayor says he’s ‘worried about moose, not missiles’

This Is How South Korea Plans to Stop a Nuclear Attack from North Korea

Ash Carter: ‘Of course’ America is safe from North Korean nuclear weapons

Santoro: PacNet #49 – Don’t go ballistic! The least bad agenda after North Korea’s ICBM test

What will bring N. Korea to negotiating table?

AP reporters on how North Korea, other nations view standoff

How a North Korean Missile Could Accidentally Trigger a U.S.-Russia Nuclear War

South Korea bomb shelters forgotten with no food, water as North Korea threat grows

United States

U.S. Energy Department Helping Power Firms Defend Against Cyber Attacks

How hard is it to hack a nuclear plant? It takes a lot more than one person, for starters

Cyberattack Targeting Kansas Nuclear Facility Highlights Bigger Cybersecurity Threats

Outlining the U.S. Defenses Against a Missile Attack

NASA says nuclear reactors on Mars are a go


When Iran launches missiles, Democrats want transparency from Trump

Iran Still on the Hunt for Nuclear Weapons Technology Across Germany

Ministers act to head off revolt over membership of European nuclear regulator

Japan on the wrong side of nuclear weapons ban treaty

Atom bomb survivors in Japan welcome UN resolution on nuclear weapons

Australia’s secret plans to have its own nuclear arsenal

General Interest

After midnight: The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists’ special issue on the aftermath of the use of nuclear weapons

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