Nuclear Roundup: 12/12/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | December 12, 2017

A daily roundup of quality nuclear policy news.

North Korea

North Korea says it is a ‘matchless nuclear weapons state’

US joint drills simulate attack targeting North Korea missiles

US ‘well postured’ to deal with possible North Korean SLBM: Pentagon

North Korea’s Punggye-ri nuclear test site: Tunneling at the West Portal

Fearing the worst, China plans refugee camps on North Korean border

Amid North Korea tensions, a narrow diplomatic window opens

The contours of a negotiated nuclear-missile deal with North Korea

North Korea’s nuclear threat reaches new heights, but US policy remains unchanged

Zapping North Korean nukes with microwave weapons is a terrible idea

North Korea has already deterred America

United States

Senate chairman presses nuclear regulators on Uranium One exports

Firm denies Flynn sent text on US-Russian nuclear project in Middle East

Congress ignores Trump’s pleas for help, deadline to improve Iran nuclear deal

Trump administration INF Treaty integrated strategy

Russia has repeatedly flouted this missile treaty. It’s time to scrap it.

The INF Treaty and Russia’s challenge to US security

How the Army designed divisions to fight a nuclear war

Can the US safely eliminate its ICBM arsenal?

This plane could start a nuclear war

Veteran sickened by plutonium after H-bomb accident brings class action suit

Feds probe LANL ‘near-miss’ incident

International

Australia still ‘totally radioactive’ 60 years after Hiroshima-scale nuclear tests

Hiroshima survivor’s nuclear warning

Editorial: World waiting for Japan to step up to the plate on anti-nuke treaty

General Interest

Singapore photographer documents nuclear spectre for Nobel-winning campaign

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