Nuclear Roundup: 10/26/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | October 26, 2017

A daily roundup of quality nuclear policy news.

North Korea

North Korean official: Take hydrogen bomb threat ‘literally’

Trump says Russia hurting U.S. efforts on North Korea nuclear issue

Asean defense chiefs call on North Korea to abandon nuclear weapons, condemn missile launches

UDMH production in North Korea: additional facilities likely

The United States and North Korea are edging into increasingly dangerous territory

Dealing with a defiant North Korea

Why a nuclear war between America and North Korea is very possible

United States

FBI informant released from confidentiality agreement, now can testify about Russian nuclear bribes

What you need to know about Hillary Clinton, Russia, and uranium

Corker in talks with Cardin on Iran nuclear deal

Washington resumes talking about nuclear war

NNSA releases final request for proposals for lab

Nukes, Reagan, and us


UN nuclear inspection chief to visit Iran this weekend

Iran paving way to abandon nuclear deal, fortify missile program

Israel willing to resort to military action to stop Iran acquiring nuclear weapons: minister

South Korean opposition leader presses U.S. for nuclear weapons

EDITORIAL: Japan betraying global trust by snubbing nuke ban treaty

Three atomic-bomb survivors will attend Nobel Peace Prize ceremony in December

How China has become the world’s fastest expanding nuclear power producer

India-US nuke deal signed without ground work: Ex-US Senator

Summary of the IAEA technical cooperation conference available online

General Interest

How a State Department study prevented nuclear war with China

Doyle: Ballistic missiles: Limit them first. Then ban them.

New Journal: The Texas National Security Review

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