Nuclear Roundup: 9/13/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | September 13, 2017

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

North Korea

North Korea vows to accelerate nuclear programme

North Korea Resumes Work at Nuclear Test Site, Analysts Say

North Korea’s Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Site: Satellite Imagery Shows Post-Test Effects and New Activity in Alternate Tunnel Portal Areas

South Korea tests cruise missile, detects radiation from North

Trump says UN North Korea sanctions are ‘not a big deal’

U.S. Threatens to Cutoff China, Russia for Undermining Sanctions Against North Korea

North Korea nuclear test may have been twice as strong as first thought

Former Nuclear Inspector: Calling North Korea Nuclear-Capable is a ‘Gross Exaggeration’

More than ever, South Koreans want their own nuclear weapons

United States

Defense chief visiting US nuclear base amid tensions with N. Korea

NNSA needs to develop cost estimates, schedule for new uranium processing project, GAO says

Link to Report

Navy’s nuclear fleet shipyards in bad shape, report finds

Link to report

Workers at One of America’s Most Sensitive Nuclear Facilities Are on Strike


Netanyahu Says Israel Still Opposes Iran Nuclear Agreement

Arms Control Experts Urge Trump to Honor Iran Nuclear Deal

More Than 80 Nuclear Nonproliferation Experts Reaffirm Support for the Iran Nuclear Deal

Washington will be isolated if it quits nuclear deal: Iran

Trump, Nikki Haley can punish Iran without ending nuclear deal

Missile launch: Russia tests ICBM before mass drill along NATO border

Nuclear Ban: Treaty will make the world more dangerous, not safer –US

Court could force Israel to rethink nuke policy

General Interest

The US Moves Nukes in Booby Trapped Tractor Trailers Straight Out of an Action Movie

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