Nuclear Roundup: 1/12/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | January 12, 2018

A daily roundup of quality nuclear policy news.

North Korea

Tillerson to attend North Korea talks in Canada: State department

Punggye-ri nuclear test site: Significant tunneling underway at the West Portal

Putin says North Korea’s Kim “won this match” on nuclear weapons

“It would be suicidal to attack the USA first”: North Korean diplomats

“Little rocket man” cleverly changes debate around North Korean nukes

It is not time to bomb North Korea

United States

Exclusive: Here is a draft of Trump’s nuclear review. He wants a lot more nukes.

The missileers: Air Force has trained 247 women for nuclear launch

Trump expected to stay the course on Iran deal but add new penalties

Trump is likely to keep Iran deal in place — for now. Here’s what could happen if he doesn’t

Regulators to DOE: No more Hanford demolition until we say it’s safe

Debate over “pits” at LANL may be getting real

NNSA participates in international partnership for nuclear disarmament verification plenary in Argentina

DOE Under Secretary for Science visits Hanford site


Russia, US hold talks about nuclear pact, Putin says

Opinion: Iran nuclear deal worth keeping

Titbits from NSG special group meeting in 2017

INS Arihant accident raises questions about the sustainability of India’s SSBN force

Working towards securing India’s membership in nuclear suppliers group: US ambassador

Toward cradle-to-grave control in the Caribbean: IAEA supports member state source management efforts

General Interest

This is what a nuclear “fizzle” looks like

5 ways a nuclear war could go down (and billions of people would die)

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