Nuclear Roundup: 5/29/2018

By Jodi Lieberman, May 29, 2018

A daily roundup of quality nuclear policy news.

North Korea

The United States has learned the wrong lessons from previous diplomacy with North Korea

North Korea nuclear disarmament could take 15 years, expert warns 

White House halts new North Korea sanctions in mad dash to save summit 

Can the Trump-Kim summit really happen? 

Top aide to Kim Jong-un is bound for US, Trump says 

“Imperative” to dismantle North Korean nuclear weapons say Trump, Abe 

North Korea won’t give up nuclear weapons, says former US nuclear negotiator Victor Cha 

In Washington, North Korea’s “denuclearization” talk draws skepticism 

Trump may be the worst presidential dealmaker in modern history 

North Korea and the art of diplomatic brinkmanship 

North Korea wants to end up like Pakistan, not Libya 

Trump-Kim: The rom-com movie hit of the summer 

Iran

China, Russia set to show support for Iran nuclear deal at security bloc summit, observers say 

The secret nuclear weapons program of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards 

United States

Trump falsely says Times made up source in report on Korea summit meeting 

Senate energy-water bill advanced amid nuclear weapons debate 

The 60-year downfall of nuclear power in the US has left a huge mess 

With no permanent repository for commercial nuclear waste, NM is in the spotlight 

International

China steps up pace in new nuclear arms race with US and Russia as experts warn of rising risk of conflict 

Kazakhstan’s nuclear legacy and importance of CTBTO 

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