Nuclear Roundup: 1/3/2018

By Jodi Lieberman | January 3, 2018

A daily roundup of quality nuclear policy news.

North Korea

North Korea’s Kim claims nuclear weapons can reach all of United States

North Korea resumes missile activity as South offers Olympics talks

Nikki Haley: ‘We will never accept a nuclear North Korea’

Pentagon warns that North Korea could soon launch another missile

South Korea bets that talks with North could pay off

Kim Jong Un’s trap for South Korea

Former Joint Chiefs chairman: Nuclear war with North Korea closer than ever

South Korea appears to be alienating Japan right as they face the same nuclear threat

How South Korea can respond to a nuclear-armed Pyongyang

Why North Korea succeeded at getting nuclear weapons — when Iraq and Libya failed

We need to change the way we talk about North Korea

United States

The nuclear war tweet heard ’round the world

Arms control expert: Trump tweet an “existential threat to humanity”

Trump boasts of ‘nuclear button’ but doesn’t really have one

Iran protests could move Trump to kill nuclear deal

Editorial: Don’t make promises you can’t keep in Iran, Mr. President

Dem rep: Can Congress have some say before Trump pushes nuclear button?

President Trump is developing a missile that would break a nuclear arms treaty with Russia


Iran’s nuclear deal set the stage for its popular protests

Uneasy neighbors share information on nuclear facilities

Russia’s radar shortcomings are a US problem now

Looking ahead: Important 2018 events at the IAEA

General Interest

The big button is fantasy, Armageddon will be a little slower

In 1969, nuclear war almost broke out between Russia and China

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