Nuclear Roundup: 3/8/2016

By Jodi Lieberman, March 8, 2018

A daily roundup of quality nuclear policy news.

North Korea

N. Korean newspaper justifies nuclear arsenal despite recent inter-Korean agreement

Tillerson: US “a long ways from” direct talks with North Korea

US, South Korea to discuss Pyongyang’s denuclearization offer

S. Korea leader sees more obstacles ahead to disarm N. Korea

Talks with North Korea? China approves (no matter the outcome)

Jeff Flake: Only military can stop North Korea nuke program, and that’s a bad option

US wary of North Korea weapons advances while talks take place

China’s advice if a nuclear attack from neighboring North Korea: duck and run

North Korea wants nuclear talks but does Trump know what he wants to say?

For Pyongyang, Mideast offers cautionary nuclear tale

United States

US reminds Russia “We Are Ready” for all nuclear threats

Is Russia influencing America’s nuclear debate? Mac Thornberry thinks they will.

How Washington provoked—and perhaps lost—a new nuclear-arms race

International

Russia’s new nuclear weapons are technically plausible…but practically dubious

Flawed foundations: A Russian critique of the US Nuclear Posture Review

Stan Grant: Threat of terrorism has been replaced by fear of nuclear conflict, evoking Cold War-era tensions

Nuclear burden-sharing dictates that Germany acquire the F-35

The Philippines talks with Russia about nuclear reactors

India plans tenfold uranium output growth

General Interest

These companies are financing the return of nuclear terror

International Women’s Day 2018: The women who have shaped policies on nuclear weapons

Plutonium: Advancing our understanding to support sustainable nuclear fuel cycles

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