Nuclear Roundup: 8/31/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | August 31, 2017

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

North Korea

U.S. sees signs of North Korean nuke test

North Korea’s Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Site: New Media Reports of an Imminent Sixth Test Again Cannot be Corroborated

US nuclear bombers, Japan and South Korea fighter jets stage show of force days after Pyongyang launched missile

Detection of possible N. Korea missile attacks becomes harder

In Dealing With North Korea’s Missiles, Do Trump and Mattis Agree?

Nuclear North Korea: Perpetuating the fiction

Trump Is Right. Nuclear Talks With North Korea Are Pointless.

What A Single North Korean Nuclear Warhead Could Do To Los Angeles

United States

U.S. and Russia agree: Nuclear weapons use feared in the hands of Donald Trump

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U.S. Test Successfully Intercepts Ballistic Missile

Lockheed will not protest U.S. decision on ICBM replacement contract

As Harvey Raged, Workers Stayed at Nuclear Plant’s Controls


U.S. pressure or not, U.N. nuclear watchdog sees no need to check Iran military sites

France sees talks on post-Iran nuclear deal, ballistic missile use

Talk of tactical nuclear weapons resurfaces

German region to hand out iodine over Belgium nuclear fears

Third World War II-era bomb discovered near British nuclear power plant

The Story Behind Israel’s Nuclear Ambiguity

U.S.-China mission rushes bomb-grade nuclear fuel out of Africa

Verifying Section T of the Iran Nuclear Deal: Iranian Military Site Access Essential to JCPOA Section T Verification

General Interest

The Grim and Chilling Magazine for Nuclear Doomsday Preppers

NASA is about to create a $3.26 billion nuclear fireball in Saturn’s clouds

Here Is Why Russia Nearly Started a Nuclear War in 1956

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