Nuclear Roundup: 7/27/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | July 27, 2017

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

North Korea

North Korea could cross ICBM threshold next year, U.S. officials warn in new assessment

How earthquake scientists eavesdrop on North Korea’s nuclear blasts

Opinion | Reckless rhetoric distorts US options on North Korea

The Surprisingly Simple Reason North Korea Has Nuclear Weapons

United States

Why the scariest nuclear threat may be coming from inside the White House

The Pentagon worried Trump was about to start a nuclear war with His tweets yesterday

Hypothetically speaking, U.S. Admiral says ready for nuclear strike on China if Trump so ordered

Modernizing America’s Nuclear Capabilities Is a Must

BWXT Becomes the Nuclear Industry’s Civil-Military-Commercial Growth Company

Trump administration opposes House measure funding MOX nuclear facility

House, Senate committees recommend funding to reduce Y-12’s Protected Area


US seeks to test Iran nuclear deal with more inspections

Rouhani says Iran will respond to any new U.S. sanctions

Trump Ignores IAEA Stance, Ratchets Up Rhetoric on JCPOA

Trump signals he might pull out of the Iran nuclear deal. What’s at stake?

‘Rouhani’s Gov’t Not Qualified to Handle Iran Nuclear Case’

Kroenig: North Korea Tested an ICBM. Iran Is Next

Every Member of Congress Who Supported the Iran Nuclear Deal in 2016 Won Re-Election

ACA: Joint Commission Meets After U.S. Certification Controversy

Pervez Musharraf mulled nuclear strike against India in 2002

Concerns raised over military presence, nukes stored in Turkey

Russia unrivaled in nuclear power plant exports

General Interest

Hacker warns radioactivity sensors can be spoofed or disabled

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