Nuclear Roundup: 5/1/2018

By Jodi Lieberman | May 1, 2018

A daily roundup of quality nuclear policy news.

North Korea

The Panmunjom Declaration: What it wasn’t supposed to be

From nuclear weapons to peace: Inside the Korean summit declaration

Kim says he’d end North Korea nuclear pursuit for US truce

President Moon requests UN role in building peace with North Korea

Bolton says US considering Libya model for North Korean denuclearization

What “Libya model” for North Korean denuclearization?

North Korea’s vow to shut Punggye-ri nuclear site appears mostly symbolic

New evidence that North Korea could still conduct nuclear tests at Punggye-ri

Here is why North Korea will give up its nuclear weapons

Is North Korea really about to give up its nuclear weapons?

Pompeo says Kim Jong-un doesn’t care if US leaves Iran deal

United States

The atomic bomb’s Big Science legacy

Trump’s threat to violate the Iran Nuclear Deal and how to respond


Bibi’s small reveal

What do Israel’s details on Iran nuclear program prove?

IAEA saw no “credible evidence” Iran was working on nuclear weapon after 2009

White House revises statement saying Iran “has” secret nuclear weapons program

Netanyahu’s Iran claims won’t make a difference, analysts say — the nuclear deal is already doomed

Iran’s Zarif says Trump demands on nuclear deal are unacceptable

Putin, Macron, agree on need to preserve Iran nuclear deal: Kremlin

Why science demands we keep the Iran Nuclear Deal


Russian nuclear forces, 2018

Could we blunder into a nuclear arms race in the Middle East?

Russia’s “Nuclear Titanic” heads west, raising fears of “Chernobyl on ice”

General Interest

The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty at 50

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