Nuclear Roundup: 11/20/2017

By Jodi Lieberman, November 20, 2017

A daily roundup of quality nuclear policy news.

North Korea

South Korea fears further missile advances by North this year in threat to U.S.

Kim Jong-un rushes to build submarine ‘that can fire nuclear missiles’

China Envoy Discusses ‘Situation of the Korean Peninsula’ With North

United States

Top general says he’d push back against ‘illegal’ nuclear strike order

What if the general says ‘no’ to president’s nuclear order?

No one can prevent Trump from using nuclear weapons, experts say

What exactly is an illegal nuclear attack order?

Safeguarding Nuclear Launch Procedures: A Proposal

Nuclear watchdog playing a vital role

UC to bid on Los Alamos contract, teeing up potential California-Texas contest over nuclear facility

Defense funding bill protects Los Alamos

NASA to test prototype Kilopower reactor

CBO’s fuzzy math shouldn’t stop nuclear defense modernization

The Trump Doctrine: Making Nuclear Weapons Usable Again

International

US may let Cold War missile treaty die after Russian violations

Russia’s Next Big Nuclear Missile Submarine Launches Tomorrow

Nuclear stability, conventional instability: North Korea and the lessons from Pakistan

Indian nuclear build-up

Revealed: Inside Jordan’s first nuclear research reactor

Top honour for 93-year-old engineer behind China’s first nuclear submarine

Chernobyl disaster might have begun from nuclear blast: Study

GE faces lawsuit over role in Fukushima nuclear disaster

General Interest

Homes should not be abandoned after a big nuclear accident

U.S. drafted request to deploy nukes on Honshu in 1960s, documents show

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