Nuclear Roundup: 10/16/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | October 16, 2017

A daily roundup of quality nuclear policy news.

North Korea

Diplomacy with North Korea will continue ‘until the first bomb drops,’ Tillerson says

A Secretive NYC Backchannel May Be the Best Hope For Avoiding War With North Korea

It’s Too Late to Stop North Korea As a Nuclear State — But Here’s What We Can Do

If Trump doesn’t want a nuclear war with North Korea, a ‘No First Use’ pledge might work better than threats

United States

How to survive a nuclear bomb in DC (yes, really)

International

Iran vows to re-start enrichment in four days if U.S. ditches nuke deal, and bar IAEA inspectors

EU Pins Hopes on U.S. Congress to Uphold Iran Nuclear Deal

Haley: North Korea is the ‘whole reason’ for revisiting Iran deal

Trump’s defense chief: ‘I stand by this Iran strategy’

Tillerson says in US interest to stay in Iran nuclear deal

France Seeks to Save Iran Nuclear Deal

Two Nuclear Deals, Two Countries, Three Decades Apart

Trump’s Irrational Hatred of the Iran Deal

On the Iran nuclear deal, Trump finds the truth isn’t good enough

Fact check: Trump on Iran’s ‘multiple violations’

Bolton: A Slow Death for the Iran Deal

Dangerous pitch: Trump’s move to alter or scrap Iran nuclear deal benefits no one

Iran nuclear deal: Obama focused on positives, Trump is magnifying negatives

NATO Launches its Main Nuclear Drill, Showcasing Its Defenses

Brexit Is a Game-Changer for the British Nuclear Industry

General Interest

William J. Perry, former Secretary of Defense, to deliver opening remarks at Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists dinner

New Online Course: The Threat of Nuclear Terrorism

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