Nuclear Roundup: 7/7/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | July 7, 2017

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

North Korea

Will North Korea’s long range missile success help Iran?

A Summit Without Fireworks Over North Korea

Australia should consider missile defence to counter North Korea: Kevin Rudd

North Korea’s missile could hit Canada, and we might not be protected: experts

How Xi and Trump Can Make Real Progress on North Korea

North Korea can strike Alaska. What can the U.S. do?

On North Korea, Trump should take Teddy Roosevelt’s advice

Tobey: ‘No Good Options’ on North Korea Is a Myth

Charles Krauthammer: US will ‘most likely’ give in to North Korea’s nuclear weapons program

On North Korea, Diplomacy Is the Sensible Option

On North Korea, nuke deterrence works

North Korea and Its Weapons Programs Are Now a Fact of Life

United States

Hackers Are Targeting Nuclear Facilities, Homeland Security Dept. and F.B.I. Say

Hackers breached at least a dozen US nuclear power sites — and officials are zeroing in on a familiar player

Is Hacking Nuclear Power Plants Something We Should Be Afraid of?

Nuclear-Armed Cruise Missile – AF Moves Ahead

Was that shootdown of a mock enemy warhead in May ‘realistic’? Not exactly

Trump’s Budget Would Leave U.S. Ports Open to Nuclear Threat

Update: Nuclear inspectors head to BWXT after unexpected uranium find

NNSA: Y-12 funding would be up 25 percent under president’s budget request

Happy talk should not obscure ORNL threat

Los Alamos National Lab Contract Competition Underway


The Iran Nuclear Deal is Essential to Global Nuclear Security

North Korea Isn’t the Only Rogue Nuclear State

Russia’s former top diplomat urges Trump, Putin to open new security dialogue

Russian General in Charge of Nuclear Weapons Resigns

Possible safety regulation violations at Ibaraki Pref. nuclear facility led to accident: NRA

UN Member States set to adopt ‘historic’ treaty prohibiting nuclear weapons

A Treaty Is Reached to Ban Nuclear Arms. Now Comes the Hard Part

General Interest

If a nuclear bomb explodes, these are the emergency supplies you should have prepared or grab on the run

Banning Nuclear and Autonomous Weapons

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