Nuclear Roundup: 7/11/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | July 11, 2017

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

North Korea

North Korea yet to master re-entry technology for ICBM: NIS

Diplomats: US drafts new sanctions resolution against NKorea

China says it is not responsible for North Korea nuclear crisis

STRATCOM chief: U.S. must speed weapons tests to counter North Korea

How the miserable death of Moammar Gadhafi factors into Kim Jong Un’s nuclear ambitions

US isolationism will affect its standing on North Korea: The Yomiuri Shimbun

What is True and Not True About North Korea’s Hwasong-14 ICBM: A Technical Evaluation

Mileposts on the road to a North Korean missile

Haass: Try diplomacy first on North Korea, even though it probably won’t work

Why did sanctions against North Korea’s missile program fail?

United States

U.S. missile hits test target as North Korea tension rises

Senators want answers on risk of nuclear power plant hacks

Obama’s Energy Secretary Addresses Trump’s Attacks on His Legacy

Senate Armed Services Committee Completes Conference on National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2017

Committee Report:

Rocky Flats: Colorado’s Nuclear Shadow


On Iran, Canada Should Pick Up Where Obama Left Off

Russia’s Satan Nuclear missile said capable of destroying countries, but it’s taking a long time to get right

Sellafield’s plutonium facilities fail to meet high standards, says watchdog

Scientists used abacuses to develop China’s first nuclear submarine

Chernobyl nuclear reactor slated for billion-pound solar park despite radiation fears

U.N. Nuclear Watchdog to Open Uranium Bank That May Have No Clients

General Interest

Squassoni: A controversial ban and the long game to delegitimize nuclear weapons

Safeguards challenges in the nuclear weapons ban

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