Nuclear Roundup: 9/8/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | September 8, 2017

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

North Korea

S. Korea braces for another possible N. Korea test

Mexico expels North Korean ambassador over nuclear tests

Trump renews threat of force against North Korea over nuclear weapons

How Would the U.S. Defend Against a North Korean Nuclear Attack?

Why Kim Jong-Un wouldn’t be irrational to use a nuclear bomb first

Israel Has a Playbook for Dealing with North Korea

Why North Korea is a black hole for American spies

The case for letting North Korea keep its nukes

How surprising is North Korea’s nuclear success? Picking up where proliferation theories leave off

Collina: On North Korea, More Missile Defense Is Not the Answer

The Risk of Nuclear War with North Korea

North Korean Nuclear Bombs

North Korean nuclear test shows steady advance: interview with Siegfried Hecker

United States

Federal auditors say US nuclear dump running out of room

The Air Force’s ‘rods from god’ could hit with the force a nuclear weapon — but with no fallout

CSI: Nuclear

McCaul emerges as a leading candidate for DHS secretary


Czechs refuse to lift ban on nuclear supplies for Iran

Does Japan really want nuclear weapons?

A War with Russia Would Go Nuclear. Here’s Why.

Japan May Be Coming Full Circle After Its Fukushima Nuclear Energy Disaster

PM inaugurates 340MW nuclear power plant at Chashma

Inside Siberia’s remote nuclear science hub – in pictures

This Dead Russian Nuclear Submarine Could Be a “Ticking Environmental Time Bomb”

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