Nuclear Roundup: 3/28/2018

By Jodi Lieberman, March 28, 2018

A daily roundup of quality nuclear policy news.

North Korea

Trump sees “good chance” Kim will do “what is right for his people and for humanity”

North Korea is firing up a reactor. That could upset Trump’s talks with Kim.

North Korea orders sharp cut in troop strength at nuclear site

With secretive China trip, North Korea’s Kim builds bargaining power

China says North Korea’s Kim pledged commitment to denuclearization

Differing views of “denuclearization” complicate North Korea talks

Jimmy Carter: US on a path of nuclear confrontation with North Korea

Walls and ladders: The latest UN panel of experts report on North Korea sanctions

How does Kim tell North Korea he’s giving up nuclear weapons?

The US-DPRK summit: Assessing Chinese anxieties

United States

National security veterans urge Trump not to scrap Iran nuclear deal

National Coalition to Prevent an Iranian Nuclear Weapon: Keep the Iran deal — 10 good reasons why

John Kerry warns against leaving the Iran deal

America has a plan to dismantle the Iran deal; now it needs one for the aftermath

US nuclear stockpile decreasing in size, but not capability

MOX construction afforded $335M in proposed federal spending bill

Scuttlebiz: Fuzzy math at heart of MOX shutdown efforts

Did Russia use kitten videos to hack our energy systems?

Construction to begin soon on Y-12’s uranium processing facility


Waning nuclear deterrence in South Asia

Syria’s nuclear program was always a doomed idea

Oil-rich nation to open Arab world’s first nuclear power plant

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