Nuclear Roundup: 11/9/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | November 9, 2017

A daily roundup of quality nuclear policy news.

North Korea

North Korea responds to ‘mad dog’ Trump saying nuclear program is a ‘fatal miscalculation’

Trump warns North Korea not to ‘try us’ with nuclear weapons

Leaders of S. Korea, Indonesia agree to upgrade ties, urge N. Korea to give up nukes

North Korea caught stashing $150,000 worth of alcohol in Pakistan to pay for nuclear weapons program

North Korea’s Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Site: Focus shifts to the West Portal

Cheney once warned against military action on N. Korea

Inside the drive to ‘make a deal’ with North Korea

United States

Corker to hold hearing on president’s nuclear weapons authority

U.S. lawmakers aim to comply with Iran nuclear deal: EU

British foreign secretary discusses Iran with US lawmakers

Mattis looking at ways to bring Russia into compliance with arms control treaty

Compromise defense bill includes $58M to counter Russia arms treaty violations

Energy undersecretary wants nuclear safety reports hidden from public

US installs final ground-based missile interceptor to counter ICBM threat

Exclusive access inside the gates of the Limerick Nuclear Power Plant

This old American nuclear attack submarine could still take on Russia or China’s best


Despite Trump’s misgivings, nuclear negotiator and watchdog say Iran deal works

Haley to meet nuke agency chief, push Iran nuke deal demands

Will South Korea build nuclear attack subs?

Director General’s statement at Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

Hard constraints on China’s nuclear forces

General Interest

AI system finds cracks in nuclear reactors

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