A daily roundup of quality nuclear policy news.
South Korea urges US support for North Korea nuclear talks
South Korea urges North to abandon nuclear weapons, allow family visits
Trump blames Russia for aiding North Korea, says Moscow undercuts efforts to sanction Kim Jong-un
Trump calls out Bush, Obama on North Korea
North Korea wants to talk to the US. That’s a big deal.
War vs. diplomacy: Did the Olympics help resolve the North Korea nuclear standoff? Sort of.
We now return to your regularly scheduled nuclear crisis
Addressing fears about the Nuclear Posture Review and limited nuclear use
New nuclear cruise missiles could go on the Zumwalt destroyer
Feds say LANL failed to track toxic beryllium
Charles Verdon appointed NNSA Deputy Administrator for Defense Programs
Senators say DOE may have reimbursed contractor for fighting whistleblower claims
NNSA wants to start modification for crucial Los Alamos pit facility
Emergency managers are well prepared if a Fukushima-like nuclear incident happens in the US
Curbing a president’s nuclear authority
Saudis reportedly seek parity with Iran in nuclear power deal with US
Moscow warns against revision of Iran nuclear deal
Preventing a nuclear meltdown in the Middle East
A nuclear standard for Saudi Arabia
France wants to avoid Iranian ballistic ambitions becoming “threat”
Japanese fighter jets intercept nuclear-capable Russian bombers near US base
Getting Russia’s nuclear strategy mostly right
Russia’s Lavrov says the US is training Europe to use nuclear weapons against it
Egypt committed to non-proliferation of nuclear weapons: FM
Opinion: The Middle East is marching towards Israel’s nuclear nightmare scenario
China has plan to build nuclear-powered aircraft carrier
Greenpeace protesters jailed for fireworks stunt at French nuclear plant
Chapelcross nuclear site “nothing like the Simpsons”
UN chief calls for new push to rid the world of nuclear weapons
In 2011, a Russian submarine fire nearly caused a nuclear disaster
How a sneak attack by Norway’s skiing soldiers deprived the Nazis of the atomic bomb
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