Nuclear Roundup: 10/11/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | October 11, 2017

A daily roundup of quality nuclear policy news

North Korea

Iran deal negotiators to brief House Democrats

China beseeches the US: Please, ‘cool it’ with the North Korea threats

Trump Discusses ‘Range of Options’ to Respond to North Korean Aggression

Condi urges Trump: ‘Watch your rhetoric’ on North Korea

North Korean Hackers Stole U.S.-South Korean Military Plans, Lawmaker Says

Analysis | The first casualty of North Korean nuclear tests? The country’s environment

Time for “Shock and Awe Sanctions” on North Korea

North Korea May Have a Weapon That America Won’t Be Able to Stop

Sorry, Trump, but Talking to North Korea Has Worked

United States

Trump Wanted Tenfold Increase in Nuclear Arsenal, Surprising Military

How the United States plans to trap its biggest stash of nuclear-weapons waste in glass

University of Chicago Launches Months-Long Commemoration of First Nuclear Reaction


We are on a tightrope’: Trump poised to walk away from Iran nuclear deal

Iran Nuclear Deal: In Call with Trump, U.K.’s May Stresses ‘Strong Commitment’ to Pact

Iran’s secret sites linked to nuclear weapons development revealed

Trump’s Iran Derangement

SIPRI: Will the EU and the USA part ways on the Iran deal?

The Iran Nuclear Deal: Viewed from Iran’s Position

White House says Corker ‘rolled out the red carpet’ for Iran nuclear deal, which he actually opposed

(Mis)Reading the IAEA reports on Iran’s nuclear program

How the CIA Staged Sham Academic Conferences to Thwart Iran’s Nuclear Program

Could Trump’s Hardline on Iran Do More Harm than Good?

A best-case scenario for the Iran nuclear deal

Russia’s ‘Star Wars’ combat suit is reportedly getting a nuclear-resistant watch

Europe’s nuclear trade body pushes for swift ‘Brexatom’ deal with UK

Pakistan building nuclear weapons storage unit deep in the mountains

IAEA Affirms Japan’s Fukushima-Related Radioactivity Monitoring

General Interest

Could we dispose of nuclear waste on a rocket to the sun?

Radioactive wild boars in Sweden are eating nuclear mushrooms

When Nations Go Nuclear, They Gain More Than Just the Bomb

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