Nuclear Roundup: 10/23/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | October 23, 2017


A daily roundup of quality nuclear policy news.

North Korea

Defense chief Mattis in Asia, will discuss North Korea crisis with allies

Boris Johnson says North Korea is holding a ‘nuclear sword of Damocles’ over a ‘trembling human race’

Japan warns North Korea nuclear threat is at critical level

North Korean EMP Attack Would Cause Mass U.S. Starvation, Says Congressional Report

Jimmy Carter says he is willing to go to North Korea on peace mission

North Korea is a nuclear state — US foreign policy must recognize that

Why Trump’s Korean war talk should be taken seriously

Southeast Asian ministers urge North Korea to rein in weapons programs

South Korea Grapples with How to Portray North Korea to Its Children

Think positive: How to get North Korea to roll back its nuclear weapons activity

United States

EXCLUSIVE: US Preparing to Put Nuclear Bombers Back on 24-Hour Alert

Bill Clinton sought State’s permission to meet with Russian nuclear official during Obama uranium decision

The U.S. Navy Is Building the Most Lethal Nuclear Submarine Ever

Department of Energy, Oak Ridge launch project to preserve history of old nuclear plant

Trump’s approval on US nuclear posture will usher in new age for nuclear weapons


Debate Sharpens in Washington on Nuclear Pact with Iran

CNN poll: Two-thirds want to stay in Iran nuclear deal

Any Change to Iran Nuclear Deal Will Impact NPT

The JCPOA will not kill Grandma with cancer

Talking North Korea and Iran With Israel’s Rocket Man

Pakistan’s nuclear weapons: Presseler Should Worry About Whom?

General Interest

What you need to know about modern nuclear war

How the Soviet Union Snooped Waters for Enemy Subs—Without Sonar

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