Nuclear Roundup: 7/3/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | July 3, 2017

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

North Korea

Trump Presses Xi for Help in Addressing ‘Growing Threat’ of North Korea

Donald Trump and Shinzo Abe Say They Will Increase Pressure on North Korea

The US and China will have to trust each other to stop North Korea

Can the US defend itself from a missile attack from North Korea?

Bruce Klingner and Sue Mi Terry: How to avoid nuclear war with North Korea

Micallef: North Korea’s Nuclear Program: Are We Heading for a Showdown?

Joseph: The North Korean Nuclear Threat, and How to Address It

United States

Up close and personal with a giant Titan nuclear missile

U.S. Trade Group Says No Nuclear Power Plants Have Been Hacked

Air Force to “Cyber-Secure” Nuclear Arsenal

Pantex near Amarillo among potential sites for plutonium pit production

High risk for 2nd tunnel collapse at nuclear waste site

Let’s not test the explosion of a 21st century nuclear arms race

Maine Voices: Urge Sens. Collins and King to support ban on nuclear weapons



Scrapping Iran’s nuclear deal not in US interest: Majlis speaker

U.S. says ex-consultant set up meetings over Iran’s nuclear program

The Ultimate Cold War Nightmare: A Nuclear War Between Russia and America

Russia to move floating nuclear power station through Baltic Sea

General Interest

New Ban Brief post: Hit delete on the “right” to nuclear energy in new weapons ban

Negotiation to Ban Nuclear Weapons Enters Final Week

SIPRI: Nuclear arms decline amid modernization efforts

Global nuclear weapons: modernization remains the priority

What factors make nuclear war more likely?

Forgotten Fact: Russia and China Almost Started a Nuclear War in 1969

What Makes a Nuclear Reactor ‘Fail-Safe?’

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