Nuclear Roundup: 7/21/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | July 21, 2017

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

North Korea

Sinpo South Shipyard: Preparations for a New SLBM Test?

British foreign secretary supports Japan to stop N. Korea

Push for UN Sanctions on North Korea Hung Up on Definition of an ICBM

United States

Senate panel votes to boost budget for national labs, WIPP

Senator releases statement on recertification of Iranian compliance with nuclear deal

Iran deal is historically bad: Rep. Lee Zeldin


Budget Estimates Report Contains More Information than in Prior Fiscal Years, but Transparency Can Be Improved

House, Senate authorizers want Pentagon to pursue INF-range missile

Plutonium oxide shipments to SRS on hold

New nuclear ‘pit’ production at LANL is unnecessary

New Hawaii campaign to help residents plan for North Korea attack

Director of the Domestic Nuclear Detection Office: Who Is Jim McDonnell?


Iran says the US is violating the nuclear deal. It has a point.

The world is safer with imperfect Iran nuke deal

UN treaty on nuclear arms ban may hinder IAEA work – Russian Foreign Ministry

Australia quietly makes first uranium shipment to India three years after supply agreement

Tepco spots possible nuclear fuel debris at another Fukushima reactor: Kyodo

General Interest

After 72 years, nuclear weapons have been prohibited

Eisenhower strives to strike a deal with Soviets, July 21, 1955

What Good Is Fear?

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