Nuclear Roundup: 8/2/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | August 2, 2017

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

North Korea

South Korea ‘considering developing nuclear programme’ to counter threat from North

Who speaks for US on N. Korea? Contradictions emerge as Tillerson heads to Asia

Trump would go to war with N. Korea: senator

Cruz: How to degrade the growing power of North Korea

Tillerson says talks with North Korea are possible if it abandons nuclear program

The surprise location of North Korea’s latest missile test is making the US and China nervous

Philippines’ Duterte calls North Korea’s Kim a ‘fool’ over nuclear ambitions

Trump, North Korea, and nuclear missiles: Could the president’s erratic tactics work on Kim Jong Un?

North Korea Isn’t Bluffing: The Nuclear Threat to the US is Real

United States

U.S. Test-Launches ICBM Amid North Korea Tensions

Legal battle haunts MOX project 10 years later

How the U.S. government tests its nuclear bombs

Dodge: The U.S. Needs to Modernize Its Nuclear Arsenal Regardless of Arms Control

Hanford Managers Unveil New Plan for Unstable Tunnels at Nuclear Site

Hanford Report

Why some NM leaders are criticizing LANL management contract process

Whole Neighborhoods Affected by Nuclear Project Shutdown

International

Tillerson says he and Trump disagree over Iran nuclear deal

Will Iran Become the Next North Korea?

Is Trump Scheming to Kill the Iran Deal?

Bildt: If Trump blows up the Iran deal, he’ll cause a meltdown in Europe, too

Commentary: Trump’s risky gamble on Iran

Severity of June nuclear accident rated level 2 by Japan’s Nuclear Regulation Authority

General Interest

Netflix is now streaming a film about nuclear weapons that puts you inside humanity’s worst nightmare

For a nuclear-free world

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