Nuclear Roundup: 3/9/2018

By Jodi Lieberman | March 9, 2018

A daily roundup of quality nuclear policy news.

North Korea

The inter-Korean agreement and Pyongyang’s offer to Trump

Trump-Kim summit fans Japan fears of being sidelined on North Korea

Trump meeting with Kim could signal major thaw in nuclear standoff

Lindsey Graham warns Kim Jong-un: Don’t try to play Trump or “it will be the end of you — and your regime”

China, Russia supportive of Trump’s North Korea meeting

Japan says North Korea must commit to abandoning nuclear development completely

US intel chief: North Korea is the “hardest intelligence collection target”

North Korea has a long history of deals with the US to denuclearize

North Korea nuclear talks: breakthroughs, disappointments

US negotiators need to expect failure, once again, in North Korea nuclear talks

North Korea won’t give up its nuclear weapons. The US has 3 good reasons to talk anyway.

What’s there to talk about with North Korea

Let the Korean breakthrough run its course

Trump, North Korea and a never-been-done foreign policy

Remarks by Republic of Korea National Security Advisor Chung Eui-Yong

United States

Merkley, colleagues urge White House to seek Russia talks

The EPA’s new environmental justice adviser has a plutonium problem

Hanford missteps exposed workers to radioactive contamination, report says

Why NRC nuclear safety inspections are necessary: Vogtle

International

The US, Europe and the Iran nuclear deal: Is there a sweet spot?

China will soon have the ultimate naval weapon: nuclear powered aircraft carriers

Gorbachev: The US and Russia must stop the race to nuclear war

Saudis spending up to $450K in push for US nuclear sale

General Interest

In 1983, Russia and America almost accidentally started a nuclear war

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