A daily roundup of quality nuclear policy news.
South Korea doubts North Korea’s ability to launch nuclear ICBM
North Korea’s nuclear threats prompt South Korea to form armed drone unit in case of war
US Training its pilots to destroy North Korea’s nuclear weapons
China province near North Korea warns about the dangers of nuclear war
North Korea the ‘biggest threat to humankind’ right now, top US diplomat says
UN official’s visit to North Korea sparks hope of mediation role
Offutt likely had eyes on North Korean missile launch
North Korea’s new missile is a game-changer
Why the US considers North Korea’s Kim a ‘rational actor’
Have we got just three months to avert a US attack on North Korea?
How one North Korean nuclear-armed satellite could cripple the US military
ITER nuclear fusion project faces delay over Trump budget cuts
Nuclear Armageddon fears impact on US pop culture
Ex-Sandia Labs worker admits role in fraud case
Second Hanford tunnel at risk of collapse; DOE has a plan to prevent it
In talks with Tillerson, Mogherini urges U.S. to support Iran nuclear deal
US: Rex Tillerson vows to hold Iran to the nuclear deal
Nuclear Russia scares the world (again)
Say goodbye to Russia’s nuclear-armed doomsday train
Russia mulls additional two nuclear icebreakers
Nuclear reactor operator submits 30-year plan to scrap trouble-prone Monju facility
India and Pakistan: Rivals in a nuclear arms race
By roping India and Japan into its standoff with China, the US is raising the nuclear stakes in Asia — including, dangerously, between India and Pakistan.
Taiwan wanted nuclear weapons to deter China
Israel’s super secret nuclear weapons program: Everything you need to know
Sleepwalking to Armageddon: The threat of nuclear annihilation by Helen Caldicott – review
Nuclear disarmament expert at Rotary meeting pleas for non-proliferation
Nagasaki-based English journal on nuclear issues published online
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