Nuclear Roundup: 7/20/2017

By Jodi Lieberman, July 20, 2017

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

North Korea

US intelligence shows North Korean preparations for a possible missile test

Russia, U.S. duel at U.N. over whether North Korea fired long-range missile

With sanctions failing, US must learn to live with North Korean nuclear threat

South Korea’s offer of talks with the North is the best option for resolving the nuclear issue

Less than one aircraft carrier? The cost of North Korea’s nukes

Here’s what would happen if North Korea exported nuclear weapons to the US’s enemies

North Korea and the ban treaty: two sides of the same coin

United States

Dems urge ‘transparent and inclusive’ nuke policy review

House approves first ever reauthorization of DHS

Congress Must Preserve the INF Treaty with Russia

How to Respond to Russia’s INF Treaty Violation

Congress to Fill Gap in US Missile Defense in NDAA, Advance Nuclear Weapons Priorities

The Nuclear Weapons Complexities

Johns Hopkins receives nuclear weapons research contract

International

Iran nuclear deal is working

Conca: President Trump Can’t Make the Iran Nuclear Deal Fail – Yet

Is the Nuclear Deal with Iran Slipping Away?

Chechnya’s leader says Russia has a literal nuclear doomsday device — and it’s automated

The nuclear-weapons-ban thing is not going away, prime minister

Nuclear projects top UK MoD risk listing

Burying the atom: Europe struggles to dispose of nuclear waste

Robot probes crippled nuclear reactor for melted fuel

Committed to non-discriminatory, verifiable nuclear disarmament: India

General Interest

Will a Nuclear Weapons Ban Make the World Safer?

Deterrence stability is a hoax: The delicate balance of terror is, too.

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