By Jodi Lieberman, March 27, 2018
A daily roundup of quality nuclear policy news.
Former negotiators: US would benefit from nuclear talks even if North Korea cheats
Why would Kim Jong-un make a secret trip to China?
Analysis: North Korean visit shows China still has role to play
Here’s what a Kim Jong-un vsit to Beijing would mean for the US
Kim Jong-un and John Bolton learned very different lessons from Libya
When Trump meets Kim Jong-un
A North Korean Gordian knot: Undoing the nuclear link
Trump ordered the closure of Russian consulate near a US Navy submarine base that has a huge nuclear arsenal and is guarded by dolphins
US experts say why Trump should support Iran deal
On Iran and North Korea: Don’t trust, and verify, verify, verify
Russia, China eclipse US in hypersonic missiles, prompting fears
Is America’s most advanced submarine about to become a “nuclear bomber”?
Saudi Arabia’s controversial quest for nuclear power, explained
What does Japan think of the Iran nuclear deal?
Pakistan defends record on nonproliferation after hit by US sanctions
Japan’s top diplomat Taro Kono mulls attending Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty meeting
In 1989, Russia left a nuclear submarine dead in the ocean (armed with nuclear weapons)
ITER nuclear fusion project avoids delays as US doubles budget
First-ever nuclear reactor monitor will boost neutrino physics
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Jodi Lieberman is a senior advisor at Argonne National Laboratory. She has previously held positions at the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the US Departments of State and Energy, where...
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