Nuclear Roundup: 9/12/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | September 12, 2017

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

North Korea

After U.S. Compromise, Security Council Strengthens North Korea Sanctions

We’re scared, obviously’: Japanese worry over growing North Korean nuclear threats

How Russia quietly undercuts sanctions intended to stop North Korea’s nuclear program

CIA director suggests North Korea may be working another angle with its nuclear ambitions

Time to Accept Reality and Manage a Nuclear-Armed North Korea

A guide to North Korea’s advance toward nuclear weapons – in maps and charts

Alvarez: End the 67-year war

Allison: Can North Korea Drag the U.S. and China into War?

Send a message to North Korea: America will not tolerate missiles

United States

Time to Restrict the President’s Power to Wage Nuclear War

Gamma radiation detectors: just one reminder of Zion’s nuclear legacy

FPL nuclear facilities weathered Irma without sustaining damage


Report: Trump eyeing more aggressive response to Iran

The Case Against the Iranian Nuclear Deal Is One Big Lie

Renegotiating the Iran nuclear deal is pure fantasy

Bolton: Iran deal devotees try in vain to save a sinking ship

India’s second indigenous nuclear submarine to be launched soon

IAEA Director General Provides Updates on Iran, North Korea at Board of Governors Meeting

IAEA calls for Syria to reveal details of reactor destroyed 10 years ago

General Interest

September/October issue of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists: The evolving threat of hybrid war

North Korea’s nuclear progress isn’t the only bad news

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