Nuclear Roundup: 7/18/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | July 18, 2017

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

North Korea

Thermal images reveal North Korea’s plutonium, US monitors say

U.S. missile defense plans to zap North Korean threats

Winning a war against North Korea would come at ‘great cost’: Here’s what it might look like

Why Isn’t Russia Worried About Kim Jong Un’s Nukes?

United States

Options for the Trump Nuclear Posture Review

Sen. Tom Cotton Draws Red Line on Arms Control Treaty with Russia

Graham: Don’t Enshrine a Russian Advantage in Surveillance Flights Over the US

Small Reactors Could Kick-Start the Stalled Nuclear Sector

Richland plant to make nuclear fuel that’s better in emergencies

Pa.’s lawmakers need to protect Reagan’s nuclear legacy: Opinion

Stack demolished at Hanford’s Plutonium Finishing Plant

DOE/NNSA test mobile nuclear facilities with Army during national security exercise

House Report Paints Grim Picture for Downblending

National Awards Recognize Los Alamos National Laboratory Leadership in Nuclear Safeguards


Trump Recertifies Iran Nuclear Deal, but Only Reluctantly

Zarif Says Iran Won’t Seek Nuclear Arms as Trump Knocks Deal

Why Obama’s Iran Nuclear Deal Will Live On

OPINION | Trump recertified the Iran nuclear deal — now what?

Bolton: OPINION | Trump must withdraw from Iran nuclear deal — now

Trump Just Came Very Close to Killing the Iran Deal

A key American defense has failed, and now Russia fears no reprisal for hacking the US

Legitimising NSG membership

Why Japan Should Go Nuclear

This Nuclear-Armed Leader Was More Terrifying Than Kim Jong-un

General Interest

72 years later, legacy of first atomic test endures

A Brief Guide to the New Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty

Tannenwald: The U.N. just passed a treaty outlawing nuclear weapons. That actually matters.

Sagan: The nuclear weapons ban treaty: Opportunities lost

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