Nuclear Roundup: 11/30/2017

By Jodi Lieberman, November 30, 2017

A daily roundup of quality nuclear policy news.

North Korea

Trump: Chinese envoy ‘seems to have had no impact’ on ‘Little Rocket Man’

U.S. warns North Korean leadership will be ‘utterly destroyed’ in case of war

North Korea says it’s now a nuclear state. Could that mean it’s ready to talk?

North Korea’s new Hwasong-15 missile: What the photos show

North Korea has shown us its new missile, and it’s scarier than we thought

Washington eyes a Cold War strategy against North Korea

North Korea: Russia accuses US of goading Kim Jong-un

North Korea claims new missile makes it a nuclear power

North Korea’s third ICBM launch

KT McFarland will be key to North Korea crisis — if the Senate ever confirms her

Hill: Trump’s missing North Korea strategy

Will North Korea’s next move start a war?

Seven critical truths about North Korea

America is not going to denuclearize North Korea

Graham on North Korea: ‘We’re headed toward a war if things don’t change’

‘Just living’ with a nuclear-armed North Korea shouldn’t be an option

The disappointing truth about US plans to shoot down North Korean nuclear weapons

United States

NNSA’s Radiological Assistance Program outreach sharpens Pacific region’s preparedness

NNSA strengthens partnerships to reduce reliance on high-activity radioactive sources

NNSA, Air Force complete two additional B61-12 Life Extension Program qualification flight tests at Tonopah Test Range

International

Europeans form united front to defend nuclear deal

Iran’s ‘behavior’ isn’t threatening Americans. Don’t use that pretext to scrap the nuclear deal.

Nuclear compellence and South Asia

France finds traces of radioactive cesium in Russian mushrooms

US, Britain, France accused of snubbing anti-nuclear Nobel Prize

General Interest

The current state of radiological and nuclear threats and their evolving nature

Why is it so hard to shoot down a missile?

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