Nuclear Roundup: 3/21/2018

By Jodi Lieberman | March 21, 2018

A daily roundup of quality nuclear policy news.

North Korea

IAEA ready to return to North Korea to verify its nuke program: IAEA official

The return of the Iraq war argument

How Trump can separate North Korea from its nukes

United States

To deter Russia, US needs new low-yield nukes, says STRATCOM head

The US glimpses possible common ground with Russia

The Energy 202: Rick Perry has a plan for Russia’s grid attacks. Some lawmakers worry it’s not enough

MOX is “nowhere close” to being 50 percent complete, NNSA chief says

David Trimble: NNSA facing growing challenges with even its crucial missions

Trump, Saudi crown prince discuss opposition to Iran nuclear deal

Nuclear warhead manager seeks FY19 funding for new nuke designs

US training for Arctic nuclear satellite disaster amid Russian weapons development

Understanding Iran nuclear deal Trump loves to hate: QuickTake


Saudi Arabia’s nuclear energy ambitions to attract scrutiny during White House visit

The Saudis want a nuclear program: The Israelis are concerned

A Mideast nuclear deal Trump might actually like

How to steer the Saudi Crown Prince away from a nuclear weapon

No longer a secret: How Israel destroyed Syria’s nuclear reactor

Inside Israel’s secret raid on Syria’s nuclear reactor

Two prime ministers’ egos battle over the Syrian nuclear reactor strike

Russia to receive entire fleet of upgraded supersonic nuclear-capable bombers by 2030

Is China abandoning its “no first use” nuclear policy?

General Interest

This earthquake expert dodged Russian surveillance to try to halt nuclear testing

Can nuclear war be avoided?

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