Nuclear Roundup: 7/31/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | July 31, 2017

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

North Korea

North Korea warns of action against sanctions after ICBM test

US bombers fly over South Korea after North’s 2nd ICBM Test

Limited options for Trump as North Korea races ahead with nuclear weapons

Abe swipes at China, Russia after Trump call on North Korea

North Korea’s Nuclear Arms Sustain Drive for ‘Final Victory’

Fear drives North Korea to act this way. The US must take a diplomatic lead.

‘Time for talk is over’: US grapples for new approach on North Korea

North Korea’s Nukes Are Probably Here to Stay

Asking N. Korea to get verified for nuclear status

Risks of accidental nuclear war with North Korea must be accounted for

The Pentagon Plan to Destroy North Korean Nuclear Weapons

United States

Bernie’s Vote on Sanctions Was About Protecting the Iran Deal From Trump

What Kind of Iran Did the U.S. Just Certify?

Stratcom Worried by Slow Pace of U.S. Nuclear Modernization


India’s ambitious Nuclear Modernisation Plan

Strategic approach: Washington’s shifting nuclear policy in the Asia-Pacific region is putting Japan in a difficult position

Iranians consider U.S. sanctions on missile program a breach of nuclear deal, poll finds

Nephew: Iran Nuclear Deal on Life Support

Nuclear Diplomacy: From Iran to North Korea?

Wikileaks Says Robert Mueller Gave Russia Nuclear Material – But That’s Not the Whole Story

Now Is the Time for an Israeli Nuclear Law

Japanese Data on Marine Samples Near Fukushima Reliable, IAEA Report Concludes

General Interest

A Threat to Nuclear Arms Control

A Balancing Act: NATO States and the Nuclear Ban Treaty

The nuclear ban treaty is way off target

Preventing a Nuclear 9/11: State-Based Strategies to Deter Non-State Threats

Asahi Symposium: Dealing with nuclear weapons in era of Trump, North Korea

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