Nuclear Roundup: 09/5/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | September 5, 2017

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

North Korea

Allies seek to deploy aircraft carrier, strategic bomber in response to N.K. nuke test

U.S. Urges Fuel Cutoff for North Korea, Saying It’s ‘Begging for War’

Statement by IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano on DPRK

North Korean Missile (ICBM) Reportedly Moved at Night to Duck Detection

South Korea’s defense minister suggests bringing back tactical U.S. nuclear weapons

Allies for 67 Years, U.S. and South Korea Split Over North Korea

North Korea nuclear crisis: Putin calls sanctions useless

Kim inspects ‘nuclear warhead’: A picture decoded

What happens when North Korea tests a nuclear weapon

Germany’s Merkel: Iran deal a model for solving North Korea problem

What ‘sniffer’ planes can tell us about North Korea’s nuclear tests

North Korea’s nuclear test site at risk of imploding, Chinese scientist says

Pollack: The Clear Logic of the Latest North Korean Test

Kelley: North Korea’s sixth nuclear test: What do we know so far?

Dalnoki-Veress: North Korea’s nuclear bomb: Can we work out its power?

A Giant Nuclear Blast, but a Hydrogen Bomb? Too Soon to Say

What’s the Difference Between a Hydrogen Bomb and a Regular Atomic Bomb?

‘Poke in the eye’: Will nuclear test force Chinese rethink on North Korea?

United States

Long-secret report details ‘significant’ problems at failed nuclear reactor project

Hanford will miss deadline to tear down plutonium-contaminated plant


Disarmament divided: resolving disagreements about international security

How Mistranslation Could Threaten the Iran Deal

Congress cannot continue to ignore the Russian nuclear threat

Will Israel’s New Stealth Jets Be Armed with Nuclear Weapons?

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