Nuclear Roundup: 11/16/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | November 16, 2017

A daily roundup of quality nuclear policy news.

North Korea

ASEAN Plus Three leaders condemn North Korean nukes as Abe urges more pressure

The Latest: Trump says US, China agree on NKorea nukes

U.S. Pacific Commander: Military-backed diplomacy needed to deal with North Korea

China says ‘dual suspension’ proposal still best for North Korea

Former Ambassador to South Korea Laney Calls for Verbal Restraint in D.C. and Pyongyang on his 90th

America vs. North Korea: Can a brutal war be avoided?

United States

Congress still hasn’t followed Trump’s orders on the Iran deal

Smith introduces bill establishing “No First Use” policy for nuclear weapons

Congressional investigators make first evidence requests in Russia nuclear bribery case

US restarts nuclear testing facility in Idaho after 23 years

US Air Force wants to get new nuclear weapons faster

Trump to tap nuclear industry lobbyist for U.S. Energy Dept job

MOX construction funding earns House vote

It’s time for America to resume nuclear testing

Who’s really driving nuclear-weapons production?

Congress should pass bill establishing policy that US will not use nuclear weapons first

The US military tweeted out bad information about its nukes. North Korea will notice.

Low yield nuclear weapons are worth a new look

Oregon’s secretive, and indispensable, Manhattan Project scientist finally gets the spotlight


Nuclear pact clear gain for IAEA verification

Russia’s monster sub could kill 200 targets with nuclear weapons

Russian general reveals INF violation

Russia named as likely source of Europe radioactivity spike

India’s Air Force to start receiving nuclear-capable cruise missile in 2018

Is there a change Australia’s nuclear weapons position under Turnbull?

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