Nuclear Roundup: 12/11/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | December 11, 2017

A daily roundup of quality nuclear policy news.

North Korea

South Korea’s Moon to press Xi on Pyongyang nuclear crisis

Top S. Korean diplomat calls for building effective communication lines with N. Korea

Aftershocks likely from September test detected from North Korea nuclear site: USGS

Why North Korea’s nuclear test is still producing aftershocks

The North Korea debate sounds eerily familiar

In a nuclear standoff with North Korea more than two decades ago, American foresaw a costly victory

A game of chicken in the Korean peninsula

North Korea will respect mutually assured destruction — not diplomacy

North Korea is a nuclear state. But can the US accept that?

United States

US says it may restart intermediate nuclear missile development

White House names Trump loyalist to Iran policy job at State Department


Russia says it is fully committed to nuclear missile pact

Russian Compliance with the Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty: Background and Issues for Congress

Asia in the ‘second nuclear age’ – assessing the risks of a nuclear exchange

Israel’s 54-year-old nuclear reactor a safety risk

India’s admission into Wassenaar Arrangement may be ticket to NSG, key to decreasing world’s nuclear stockpile

Nobel Peace Prize winner ICAN warns nuclear war ‘a tantrum away’

The 2017 Nobel Peace Prize winner wants to ban nuclear weapons. Here’s why the US is opposed.

Nuclear weapons: In conversation with ICAN

IAEA hosts workshop on nuclear or radiological accident assessment and prognosis

Swedish banks allow investment in nuclear weapons: report

France takes mysterious radioactive mushrooms off the menu

General Interest

Should we pay the staggering economic and human costs of nuclear weapons?

Our View: Nuclear threat brings world closer to ‘midnight’

I’m a proud nuclear-missile owner

Nuclear technology unlocks 50-million-year-old time capsules

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