An update on arms control, national security, and more from the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation
Center Senior Science Fellow Philip Coyle spoke with The Cipher Briefabout North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs. Coyle explains the progress of North Korea’s missile development and why finding a new agreement to halt North Korea’s program is more important than ever. To read the interview, click here.
Center National Advisory Board Member Amb. Thomas Graham Jr. wrote an op-ed in the Richmond Times-Dispatch explaining why the rhetorical blows traded by President Trump and Kim Jong-Un don’t necessarily represent the situation on the Korean Peninsula. To read the op-ed, click here.
In an op-ed for Al Jazeera, Center Board Member Jim Walsh answers questions you might have about the situation on the Korean Peninsula. To read the op-ed, click here.
Last Week’s Winner: Bruce Bourassa was the first to rightly state that the official name of missile defense system planned under President Ronald Reagan was called Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI).
This Week’s Quiz: Name the present-day country where the United States conducted 67 nuclear tests between 1946 and 1958.
The first person to send us the correct answer will get a shout out in next week’s newsletter. Send your answer email@example.com.
What We Are Reading:
Pakistan was the 7th country to test a nuclear weapon, and now has the 6th largest nuclear arsenal in the world. To learn more about Pakistan’s nuclear arsenal, click here.
National Advisory Board Member Leonard Weiss penned an article in the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists on the flaws of the current nuclear safeguards regime. To read the article, click here.
Nukes of Hazard Podcast:
We are working on a new podcast episode with very special guests. In the meantime, check out our episode with Congressman Ted Lieu on reforming presidential nuclear authority. Listen to it on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, or SoundCloud.