Nuclear Roundup: 5/7/2018

By Jodi Lieberman, May 7, 2018

A daily roundup of quality nuclear policy news.

North Korea

US, North Korea agree to a time, place for summit, Trump says

North Korea says US ruining mood of detente ahead of summit

Verifying the end of a nuclear North Korea “could make Iran look easy”

All eyes now on Punggye-ri site

Japanese paper reports North Korea orders review of light-water reactor

Japan Review: Three futures for the Korean Peninsula

This North Korea show might be over before it starts

Iran

Boris Johnson: Don’t scuttle the Iran nuclear seal

Iran nuclear deal: Johnson courts Trump on Fox & Friends

German, French FMs join Britain to press Trump on Iran nuclear deal

Iran warns US abandoning nuclear deal would be “historic mistake”

Israel’s ex-Prime Minister Ehud Barak says keep the Iran nuclear d­eal

Where do countries stand on the Iran nuclear deal?

Fmr Senator Kirk: Time is running out for the Iran deal

The nuclear deal keeps America from confronting Iranian aggression

United States

Rep. Thornberry on Trump’s efforts to curb nuclear proliferation

New NNSA complex near Kirtland gets green light

South Carolina governor threatens legal action if US Energy Department abandons MOX

Idaho school can’t find small bit of weapons-grade plutonium

Could a computer stop the president from launching a nuclear war?

This is why America needs tons of nuclear weapons

International

Moscow has little reason to return to the INF Treaty

General Interest

The slow death of nonproliferation norms

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