Nuclear Roundup: 8/25/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | August 25, 2017

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

North Korea

In photos, North Korea signals a more powerful ICBM in the works

North Korea will be surrounded by nuclear-capable F-35s by the early 2020s

North Korea says it can fight ‘any war’ with the U.S. now that it has ICBM nuclear weapons

The North Korean spies Ukraine caught stealing missile plans

How North Korea Crashed the Atomic Club

United States

Trump’s tweets could lead to nuclear war, says former CIA agent who wants to buy Twitter, ban president

He saw a nuclear blast at 9, then spent his life opposing nuclear war and climate change

The University of Texas wants to manage Los Alamos National Lab

Top Hanford official to leave site in September

Mission need approved for lithium production facility at Y-12, but cost, schedule not determined


Exclusive: Indonesian militants planned ‘dirty bomb’ attack – sources

‘Strong indications’ Trump won’t recertify Iranian compliance with nuclear deal

Iran warns of ‘illegal’ US pressure on IAEA after Haley’s visit to Vienna

Will Trump recertify Iran? Much hangs in the balance

Trump’s suspicious scheme to discredit the Iran nuclear deal

Space, nuclear security, polar bears: Russia and the U.S. still agree on some things

US worried Pakistan’s Nuclear-weapons could land up in terrorists’ hands: Official

Can Germany Be Europe’s Nuclear Bridge Builder?

Kingston University academic visits former secret Cold War nuclear facility in Russia

The First Thorium Salt Reactors in Over 40 Years Were Just Switched on in Europe

General Interest

Safeguards and the NPT: Where our current problems began

How Howard Hughes Helped the CIA Try to Steal a Russian Nuclear Sub

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