Nuclear Roundup: 3/14/2018

By Jodi Lieberman | March 14, 2018

A daily roundup of quality nuclear policy news.

North Korea

The State Department is riddled with key vacancies as Trump seeks nuclear talks with N Korea

Poll: Voters divided on Trump meeting N Korean leader

The new Secretary of State is a N Korea hawk

Does N Korea really have a nuclear bomb?

What can be done for a nuclear deal with N Korea?

United States

Trump eyes replacing his Veterans Affairs secretary with his energy chief

With Pompeo’s rise, uncertainty deepens for Iran nuclear deal

New boss at State Department, but same Russia problem for Trump

Here’s where Trump’s new Secretary of State pick Mike Pompeo stands on Iran nuclear deal, Russian hacking, and NSA spying

Nuclear weapons program bogged down by distrust between Energy Department and Pentagon, report says

On the presidential first use of nuclear weapons

The US Navy should start weaning its reactors off bomb-grade uranium

Could Donald Trump start a nuclear war?

Maryland firm fined $2M for bribing Russian nuclear official

US may keep Idaho nuclear waste plant running longer

Sandia Labs completes nuclear triathlon to test spent fuel safety


Gulf Arabs relish Tillerson firing; Iran weighs nuclear deal

US general signals support for Iran nuclear deal

How to save the Iran nuclear deal

Putin says Russia’s new weapons can’t be beat. With AI and robotics, they can.

Sudan/Russian nuclear power cooperation poses proliferation risk

Saudi cabinet approves nuclear power program national policy: SPA

General Interest

Interest in small nuclear reactors is growing. So are fears they aren’t viable.

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