By Jodi Lieberman, January 10, 2018
A daily roundup of quality nuclear policy news.
North Korea says its nuclear missiles are “aimed at America” only
Moon vows to never accept North Korea’s nuclear program
South Korea open to summit with North’s Kim, but it won’t be easy
Pollster: Americans willing to see a nuclear-armed Japan to deter North Korea
Corker: Scrapping Iran deal could make North Korea “more difficult“
South Korea’s sunshine man: Can Moon Jae-in fix the North Korea crisis?
Congress at war over new US nuclear missile system to combat Russian threat
Fallout from “nuclear button” tweets: Jump in sales of radiation drug
Nuclear fallout: A renewed interest in disaster preparation
Aiken city council supports prospective nuclear weapons mission at SRS
Despite Trump tweet storm, Mattis and McMaster calling shots in Iran crisis
Trump is staring down a deadline to keep the Iran nuclear deal alive
Will Trump kill the Iran nuclear deal this week? China better watch out
Don’t end the Iran deal, fix it
Trump’s nuclear-button tweet was a stroke of “stable genius“
Iran could greatly increase uranium enrichment, says spokesman
US neglecting JCPOA will have consequences
Amid “nuclear button” spat, health experts meet to talk about surviving a blast
What’s a nuclear hotline good for anyway?
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Jodi Lieberman is a senior advisor at Argonne National Laboratory. She has previously held positions at the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the US Departments of State and Energy, where...
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