CNS in the Media Archive: 2016

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December 31,2016, “In Renewed Focus On Nuclear Deterrence, Nonproliferation Expert Recalls a Close Call,” Jeffrey Lewis on NPR’s Weekend Edition (audio).

December 22,2016, “Five years of Kim Jong Un: Is North Korea’s nuke program now unstoppable?” Joshua Pollack in NK News.

December 28,2016, “Trump unlikely to invite N.K. leader over for burgers, U.S. expert,” Jeffrey Lewis in Yonhap.

December 27,2016, “High Court to hear petition for transparency for Israel’s secretive atomic agency,” Avner Cohen in Jerusalem Post.

December 24,2016, “Terrorkampens sprængfarlige fronter,” Miles Pomper in Jyllans Posten (Danish).

December 24,2016, [View article in Russian], Nikolai Sokov in News RBK (Russian).

December 23,2016, “Trump, Promising Arms Race, Could Set World on Uncertain Path,” Joshua Pollack in NY Times.

December 23, 2016, “Did Russia Just Test a Weapon in Space?” Jeffrey Lewis in The Daily Beast.

December 23, 2016, “Special Operations Command takes a lead role in countering weapons of mass destruction,” Jeffrey Lewis in Washington Post.

December 23, 2016, “Let it be an arms race: Trump’s nuclear tweet “had a certain Kim Jong-un flavor to it”,” Joshua Pollack and Jeffrey Lewis in VICE News.

December 22, 2016, “‘Total catastrophe’: Experts say Trump’s position on nuclear proliferation would be a disaster,” Jeffrey Lewis in Business Insider.

December 22, 2016, “Trump tweets about nuclear weapons, raising questions and fears,” Miles Pomper in Reuters.

December 22, 2016, “Nuke Experts to Trump: WTF?” Jeffrey Lewis in The Daily Beast.

December 22, 2016, “Trump’s Nuclear Weapons Tweet, Translated and Explained,” Joshua Pollack in NY Times.

December 22, 2016, “Could Trump’s Tweets Spark a Nuclear Arms Race?,” Jeffrey Lewis in The Atlantic.

December 22, 2016, “Trump: U.S. Must ‘Strengthen and Expand’ Nuclear Capability ,” Avner Cohen in US News & World Report.

December 22, 2016, “Donald Trump: US must greatly expand nuclear capabilities,” Joshua Pollack on ABC NewsRadio.

December 21, 2016, “How can the international community stop the next Iran?” Leonard Spector in Jerusalem Post.

December 14, 2016, “Iran’s President Orders Development of Nuclear-Propulsion System for Ships,” George Moore in Wall Street Journal.

December 13, 2016, “Does China really have a nuclear-capable bomber?” Jeffrey Lewis in Stars and Stripes.

December 13, 2016, “China’s Flyover Message to Trump Wasn’t Quite What It Seemed,” Jeffrey Lewis in Popular Mechanics.

December 9, 2016, “S. Korea to seek nuclear armament if Trump treats ally ‘like a protection racket’: U.S. expert,” Jeffrey Lewis in Yonhap.

December 2, 2016, “Russia has taunted Europe with nuclear-capable missiles before — but this time is different,” Jeffrey Lewis and Geo4nonpro in Business Insider.

November 30, 2016, Melissa Hanham testimony to Canadian Parliament on Sanctions and North Korea.

November 29, 2016, “Center for Nonproliferation Studies calls on Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention to address biosecurity concerns,” CNS study by Gabrielle Tarini and Ray Zilinskas in Homeland Preparedness News.

November 25, 2016, “Trump’s finger soon will hover over the nuclear button. Will he be ready?” Jeffrey Knopf in McClatchy News.

November 24, 2016, Laura Rockwood on ORF TV (auf Deutsch).

November 15, 2016, “Will Iran Deal Meet The Same Fate As A Past U.S.-North Korean Arms Deal?” Melissa Hanham on NPR News.

November 11, 2016, “North Korea experts on Trump: ‘It’s clear he knows next to nothing,’” Jeffery Lewis quoted in Business Insider.

November 11, 2016, “Nuclear weapons: how foreign hotspots could test Trump’s finger on the trigger,” Jeffery Lewis quoted in The Guardian.

November 10, 2016, “5 Big Decisions President Trump Must Make On Nuclear Weapons,” William Potter and Miles Pomper quoted on Buzzfeed.

November 9, 2016, “Trump presidency will test longstanding US-South Korean alliance,” Jeffery Lewis quoted in Stars and Stripes.

November 8, 2016, “North Korea plans a show of nuclear force during the US presidential election,” Jeffery Lewis quoted in CNBC.

November 7, 2016, “Kim Jong Un may be plotting Election Day nuclear fireworks,” Jeffery Lewis on New York Post.

November 2, 2016, “Experts: North Korea may act out around US election,” Joshua Pollack on CNN.

November 1, 2016, “North Korea preparing for another ballistic missile launch, sources say,” Jeffery Lewis quoted on Fox News.

November 1, 2016, “A nuclear decision: As global tension builds, voters must choose which candidate they trust with the codes,” Jeffery Lewis quoted in Omaha World-Herald.

October 27, 2016, “N. Korea’s failed missile tests could have involved KN-08: U.S. expert,” Jeffery Lewis in Yonhap News Agency.

October 26, 2016, “Russia unveils world’s most powerful nuclear weapon,” Jeffery Lewis quoted in HNGN.

October 26, 2016, “US’s North Korea Policy Questioned,” Melissa Hanham on BBC Newsday broadcast.

October 26, 2016, “Did North Korea just test missiles capable of hitting the U.S.? Maybe.” Jeffery Lewis quoted in The Washington Post.

October 20, 2016, “American experts hope for further cooperation between US and Russia in nuclear field,” Miles Pomper quoted in Penza News.

October 18, 2016, “75 percent of N.Korean artillery near Pyongyang inoperable: MBC,” Joshua Pollack in NK News.

October 15, 2016, “Industry reborn after Fukushima’s ‘overstated effects’,” Elena Sokova, Nikolai Sokov, and Miles Pomper in The National.

October 7, 2016, “Russia’s Nuclear Surge: Putin Adding Nukes While Obama Cuts,” Jeffrey Lewis in Daily Beast.

October 6, 2016, “Next President To Face Challenges On Nuclear Weapons,” Jeffrey Lewis on NPR.

October 3, 2016, Nikolai Sokov on US-Russia developments on Al Jazeera live.

September 27, 2016, “Analysis identifies lethal strain of anthrax the Soviets produced as bioweapon,” Ray Zilinskas in STAT.

September 27, 2016, “Donald Trump made a $1 trillion error about nuclear weapons during the first presidential debate,” Nikolai Sokov in Business Insider.

September 26, 2016, “To the Moon, North Korea? Or Does a Rocket Have a Darker Aim?,” Jeffrey Lewis in New York Times.

September 20, 2016, “How Far Can North Korea’s Missiles Really Go? A Lot Farther Than You Think,” Joshua Pollack in Popular Mechanics.

September 20, 2016, “North Korea Tests Missile Engine, Possibly Intended for an ICBM,” Melissa Hanham and Joshua Pollack in the Diplomat.

September 20, 2016, “Kim Jong-un supervises satellite rocket launch test: State media,” Joshua Pollack in NK News.

September 20, 2016, “North Korea’s Kim guides new rocket engine test, calls for launch,” Joshua Pollack in Reuters.

September 20, 2016, “North Korea claims success in test of powerful new long-range rocket engine,” Joshua Pollack in Japan Times.

September 20, 2016, “North Korea Says It Successfully Tested New Rocket Engine,” Melissa Hanham and Jeffrey Lewis in Wall Street Journal.

September 20, 2016, “North Korea Says it Tested New Rocket Engine,” Melissa Hanham in Dow Jones Business News.

September 16, 2016, “The Cold War saw decades of nuclear deterrence. What happens when a rogue state gets the bomb?” Jeffrey Lewis in the Los Angeles Times.

September 13, 2016, “North Korea able to produce 20 nuclear bombs: experts,” Jeffrey Lewis in Al Jazeera.

September 12, 2016, “The North Korean nuke nightmare: The danger is real — and answers for the U.S. are scarce, ” Jeffrey Lewis in Salon.

September 11, 2016, “DPRK’s nuclear test not conductive to stability of Korean peninsula: China,” Jeffrey Lewis in Nano News.

September 9, 2016, “DoS Attack Crashes Website Monitoring North Korea’s Nuclear Test Site,” Melissa Hanham in Wired.

September 9, 2016, Joshua Pollack on Monocle Daily radio show.

September 9, 2016, “North Korea Will Have the Skills to Make a Nuclear Warhead by 2020, Experts Say,” Jeffrey Lewis in New York Times.

September 9, 2016, “Latest North Korea Nuclear Test Largest But Not Unprecedented,” Joshua Pollack in Voice of America.

September 9, 2016, “North Korea’s bomb is more powerful, but worry is miniaturisation,” Joshua Pollack and Jeffrey Lewis in Reuters.

September 9, 2016, “Atomwaffenforscher: Nordkorea geht es nicht nur um Machtdemonstration,” Ferenc Dalnoki-Veress in Der Standard.

September 9, 2016, “North Korea claims successful test of nuclear warhead,” Melissa Hanham on CNN.

September 9, 2016,”These North Korean missile launches are adding up to something very troubling,” CNS/NTI 3D models and Jeffrey Lewis in Washington Post.

September 9, 2016, “U.S. expert claims latest N.K. missile launches Scud-ER,” Jeffrey Lewis in Yonhap News Agency.

September 8, 2016, “Here’s why North Korea’s 5.3 magnitude ‘earthquake’ was probably a nuclear test- and how big it could have been,” Jeffrey Lewis in Business Insider.

September 8, 2016, “North Korea Showed Off a Previously Unseen Missile During the G20,” Melissa Hanham and Jeffrey Lewis in The Diplomat.

September 6, 2016, “North Korea leader hails missiles, calls for nuclear build-up,” Melissa Hanham in Agence France Presse.

September 3, 2016, “Conversion of MIT reactor to safer fuel pushed to 2027,” Miles Pomper in Boston Globe.

September 2, 2016, “Plausibility of nuclear submarine in South Korea against North’s SLBM,” Joshua Pollack in tbs eFM (audio).

September 1, 2016, “North Korea’s Military Escalation: The Real Long-Term Goal,” Joshua Pollack in Forbes.

August 30, 2016, “North Korea makes progress on missiles, but no evidence of nuclear weapons yet,” Jeffrey Lewis in Reuters.

August 28, 2016, “Two THAAD batteries necessary for S. Korea to better defend against N. Korea’s SLBMs,” Jeffrey Lewis in Korea Times.

August 24, 2016, “Japan condemns North Korea submarine missile; test shows advances,” Melissa Hanham in Japan Times.

August 24, 2016, “North Korea test-fires sub-launched missile close to Japan,” Jeffrey Lewis in Agence France Presse.

August 24, 2016, “North Korea fires submarine-launched ballistic missile towards Japan,” Joshua Pollack and Jeffrey Lewis in Reuters.

August 24, 2016, “North Korea Shows Progress With Fresh Missile Test,” Melissa Hanham in Wall Street Journal.

August 24, 2016, “North Korea’s latest ballistic missile launch reveals its alarming progress,” Jeffrey Lewis in Business Insider.

August 21, 2016, “Turkish PM denies Russia demanding to use NATO nuke base,” Jeffrey Lewis in the Jewish Press Online.

August 18, 2016, “US air force secretary: US transfer of nuclear weapons to Romania mere speculation,” Jeffrey Lewis in Daily Sabah.

August 18, 2016, “The US did not pay a $400 million “ransom” to Iran. Here’s what actually happened,” Jeffrey Lewis on

August 16, 2016, “This is how the president orders nuclear war,” Jeffrey Lewis in Washington Examiner.

August 12, 2016, “With one word, Congress looks to change a legacy of nuclear defense,” Nikolai Sokov in the Washington Post.

August 8, 2016, Eurasia Group Foundation interview with Jessica Varnum.

August 7, 2016, “Trump Presidency May Not Blow Up the World, Says History,” Philipp Bleek in Yahoo! News.

August 5, 2016, “How Safe are US Nuclear Weapons in Turkey?” Jeffrey Lewis quoted in Voice of America.

August 3, 2016, “Latest North Korea missile launch lands near Japan waters, alarms Tokyo,” Joshua Pollack in Reuters.

August 3, 2016, “Nervous about nukes again? Here’s what you need to know about The Button,” CNS report cited in the Washington Post.

July 31, 2016, “How will the United States upgrade its nuclear weapons arsenal?” Nikolai Sokov quoted by Christian Science Monitor.

July 26, 2016, “Is China Cutting Off North Korea? New Analysis of Satellite Images Say No,” Jeffrey Lewis quoted by Medium.

July 21, 2016, “Why the U.S. Should Move Nukes Out of Turkey,” Jeffrey Lewis cited by Bloomberg News.

July 20, 2016, “North Korea says missile test simulated attack on South’s airfields,” Josh Pollack quoted by Reuters. 

July 20, 2016, “Should the U.S. Pull Its Nuclear Weapons From Turkey?” Jeffrey Lewis featured by the New York Times.

July 19, 2016, “North Korea fires three ballistic missiles in new show of force.” Melissa Hanham and Joshua Pollack quoted by Reuters.

July 19, 2016, “The U.S. stores nuclear weapons in Turkey. Is that such a good idea?” Jeffrey Lewis cited in the Washington Post.

July 18, 2016 , “Maybe North Korea’s nuclear goals are not a farce after all,” Jeffrey Lewis quoted in Taipei Times.

July 18, 2016, “SitRep: Mass Arrests, Dismissals in Turkey; Russia Missiles in Crimea,” CNS research discussed in Foreign Policy.

July 16, 2016, “A year later, is Iran deal a huge failure or stunning success?” Jeffrey Lewis quoted in The Hill.

July 15, 2016, “Russian Images of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 Were Altered, Report Finds” Groundbreaking CNS research discussed in the New York Times.

July 14, 2016, “It’s been a year since the Iran deal was signed. So far, it’s worked.” Jeffrey Lewis interviewed by Vox.

July 13, 2016, “Maybe North Korea’s Nuclear Goals Are More Serious Than Once Thought,” Jeffrey Lewis quoted by The New York Times. 

July 13, 2016, “Assessing the Iran nuclear deal one year after it was reached,” Jeffrey Lewis quoted by the Washington Post. 

July 12, 2016, “The US Is Setting Up a Missile Shield in South Korea,” Jeffrey Lewis quoted by VICE News.

July 4, 2016, “AP Interview: Jordan eager to reach nuke deal with US.” Chen Kane quoted by the Associated Press.

June 30, 2016, “Donald Trump’s Candidacy is the Third Biggest Risk to the Global Economy. Here’s Why.” Jeffrey Lewis quoted in the National Memo. 

June 22, 2016, “North Korea missile reaches new heights, ‘intensifying’ threat to Japan,” Jefferey Lewis quoted in Reuters.

June 22, 2016, “North Korea’s Successful Missile Test Shows Program’s Progress, Analysts Say,” Jeffery Lewis quoted in The New York Times.

June 22, 2016, “North Korea Missile Launch Portends Growing Capabilities,” Jeffery Lewis quoted in The Wall Street Journal.

June 2, 2016, “Are North Korean Sanctions Effective?” Melissa Hanham interviewed on VOA Asia Weekly (audio).

June 1, 2016, “Joshua Pollack on North Korea’s Nuclear Program,” Joshua Pollack interviewed in the Diplomat.

May 30, 2016: “China Will Send Submarines Armed with Nuclear Missiles to the Pacific,” Jeffrey Lewis quoted in Yibada.

May 28, 2016, “En inédita visita a Hiroshima, el Presidente de EE.UU. pide ‘un muno sin armas nucleares’,” Miles Pomper quoted in El Mercurio.

May 26, 2016, “China to send nuclear-armed submarines into Pacific amid tensions with US,” Jeffrey Lewis quoted in the Guardian.

May 20, 2016: “Is Iran ‘already violating’ the nuclear deal by ‘illegally testing ballistic missiles?,'” Jeffrey Lewis quoted in the Washington Post.

May 20, 2016: “New Weaponry, More Spending, Tough Rhetoric Stoke Fears Of New U.S.-Russia Arms Race,” Jeffrey Lewis quoted in Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty.

May 18, 2016: “China’s Nuclear Subs Are Ready to Terrorize the Sea,” Jeffrey Lewis quoted in the Daily Beast.

May 10, 2016: “President Obama Will Bring a Mixed Nuclear Message to Hiroshima,” Miles Pomper quoted in TIME.

May 10, 2016: “N.Korea ‘Could Mount Nuke on Mid-Range Missile’,” Jeffrey Lewis cited in Chosun Ilbo (English Edition).

May 9, 2016: “Nuclear security internationalized and strengthened, diplomats say,” Laura Rockwood quoted in Russia Beyond the Headlines.

May 8, 2016: “Sanctions, restrictions seen impeding science in North Korea,” Jeffrey Lewis quoted in Gosport Times.

May 8, 2016: “North Korea announces five-year economic plan, its first since the 1980s,” Jeffrey Lewis cited in the Washington Post.

May 3, 2016: “The Taxi Drivers Turned Black-Market Nuke Smugglers,” Elena Sokova quoted in Daily Beast.

April 25, 2016: “North Korea missile program may be more advanced than previously thought,” Jeffrey Lewis interviewed in Stars and Stripes.

April 24, 2016: “UN Security Council Condemns North Korean Missile test,” Melissa Hanham quoted in Voice of America.

April 24, 2016: “North Korea says submarine ballistic missile test ‘great success’,” Jeffrey Lewis quoted by Reuters.

April 23, 2016: “North Korea reportedly tests ballistic missile from a submarine,” Melissa Hanham interviewed on CBC.

April 21, 2016: “Declassified: How Israel Misled the U.S. About Its Nuclear Program,” Avner Cohen cited by Ha’aretz.

April 21, 2016: “Linear Accelerators could cut down cancer treatment cost in Africa,” Miles Pomper quoted in News Ghana.

April 15, 2016: “North Korea’s missile launch has failed, South’s military says,” Jeffrey Lewis quoted in the Washington Post.

April 15, 2016: “North Korean Dud Missile Still Cause for Concern,” Jeffrey Lewis quoted in Voice of America.

April 14, 2016: “US, China denounce North Korea’s failed missile launch,” Jeffrey Lewis quoted in Stars and Stripes.

April 13, 2016: “A provocative week in the rule of Kim Jong Un,” Dave Schmerler cited in NK News.

April 8, 2016: “North Korea unveils homemade engine for missile capable of striking U.S.,” Jeffrey Lewis quoted in Washington Post.

April 7, 2016: “Сарапшы: Ядролық қаруды таратпау ісіне Қазақстанның қосқан үлесі орасан,” Laura Rockwood interviewed by 24KZ (in Kazakh).

April 7, 2016: “Эксперт: Казахстан играет важную роль в деле ядерного нераспространения,” Laura Rockwood interviewed by 24KZ (in Russian).

April 7, 2016: Miles Pomper interviewed by TRT World.

April 5, 2016: “The Real Reason the US Is Giving Bomb-Grade Uranium to Europe,” Miles Pomper quoted in Wired.

April 4, 2016: “Zilinskas: U.S. biodefense needs improvement,” Raymond Zilinskas interviewed by Homeland Preparedness News.

April 1, 2016: “Nuclear summit addresses pressure from all quarters,” Laura Rockwood interviewed by Australian TV.

April 1, 2016: “Russia Doubles Its Nuclear Warheads,” Miles Pomper quoted in NewsMax.

April 1, 2016: “Obama unloads on Trump: He doesn’t know much about ‘the world, generally’,” Jeffrey Lewis quoted in Business Insider.

March 31, 2016: “Nuclear Summit a Test for Obama’s Legacy,” Miles Pomper quoted in Scientific American.

March 31, 2016: “Nuclear terrorism a global threat,” Miles Pomper interviewed by The National.

March 31, 2016: “North Korea Warns of ‘Pre-emptive’ Nuclear Strike Against US, Says Warheads Can Reach Manhattan,” Jeffrey quoted in the Inquisitr.

March 30, 2016: “‘Total catastrophe’: Experts say Donald Trump’s position on nuclear proliferation would be a disaster,” Jeffrey Lewis interviewed by Business Insider.

March 30, 2016: “Explainer: Why Nuclear Smuggling Looms Over Washington Summit,” CNS trafficking database cited by RadioFreeEurope.

March 29, 2016: “Eingefrorene Gelder: Iran wartet auf Freigabe in Österreich,” Laura Rockwood interviewed by Österreichischer Rundfunk.

March 29, 2016: “Obama’s Last Chance to Bolster Nuclear Security,” Miles Pomper quoted in Voice of America.

March 29, 2016: “N. Korea to ‘soon’ conduct nuke warhead, ballistic missile tests,”  Jeffrey Lewis quoted in The Waltonian.

March 28, 2016: “North Korea ‘to test nuclear warhead soon’, says Kim Jong Un,” Melissa Hanham quoted in NYSE Post.

March 27, 2016: “Pesquisas indican que atacantes de Bruselas habrían estado planeando un atentado nuclear,” Miles Pomper quoted in Economía y Negocios.

March 24, 2016: “Report: Brussels suicide bombers sought radioactive materials,”  Miles Pomper quoted in Public Integrity.

March 23, 2016: “As North Korea Acts Out, A Search For Kim Jong Un’s Motives,” Melissa Hanham interviewed on NPR.

March 22, 2016: “North Korea’s new rocket launcher ready for deployment: KCNA,” Jeffrey Lewis cited in AJU Business Daily.

March 21, 2016: “Why Analysts Aren’t Laughing At These Silly North Korean Photos,“Melissa Hanham interviewed on NPR.

March 20, 2016: “North Korea now capable of nuclear strike on US, expert warns,” Jeffrey Lewis quoted in Daily Star.

March 19, 2016: “Doctored Strangelove,” Melissa Hanham quoted in The Economist.

March 18, 2016: Laura Rockwood quoted in Financial Express.

March 18, 2016: “North Korea Test-Launched Two Missiles Last Night,” Melissa Hanham quoted in Popular Science.

March 15, 2016: “North Korea orders nuclear warhead test in wake of UN sanctions,” Melissa Hanham interviewed by Agence France Press.

March 15, 2016: “AP Analysis: N. Korea Nuke Threat Not All Bluff and Bluster,” Jeffrey Lewis cited in Associated Press.

March 14, 2016: “North Korean leader says will soon conduct nuclear, missile tests,” Jeffrey Lewis interviewed in Reuters.

March 14, 2016: “North Korea Threatens Nuclear Warhead, Ballistic Missile Tests,” Melissa Hanham interviewed in Wall Street Journal.

March 13, 2016: “North Korea claims it could wipe out Manhattan with a hydrogen bomb,” Jeffrey Lewis quoted in Washington Post.

March 13, 2016: [In Finnish] “Tutkijat: Venäjä ei ole Baltialle välitön uhka,” Miles Pomper extensively interviewed in Helsingin Sanomat.

March 10, 2016: “Russia Thinks It Can Use Nukes to Fly to Mars in 45 Days—If It Can Find the Rubles,” Nikolai Sokov quoted in Wired Magazine.

March 9, 2016: “China-made truck used by North Korea in new artillery system,” Jeffrey Lewis quoted by Reuters.

March 9, 2016: “North Korea has miniaturised nuclear warheads: Kim Jong-Un,” Melissa Hanham and Jeffrey Lewis quoted by Agence France Presse.

March 9, 2016: “Taliban control a third of Afghanistan; Iran launches two test missiles; Has North Korea built a warhead?; Bye-bye, Bitchin’ Betty; and a bit more,” Jeffrey Lewis quoted in DefenseOne.

March 8, 2016: “Talk of ‘beheading’ strike option heightens Korea’s tension,” Jeffrey Lewis cited by Associated Press.

March 8, 2016: “North Korea Claims Advancements in Nuclear Warheads,” Melissa Hanham quoted by Wall Street Journal.

February 26, 2016: Catherine Dill interviewed live by Turkish Radio and Television World.

February 22, 2016: “Stolen radioactive material in Iraq raises specter of ISIS dirty bomb attack,” Miles Pomper interviewed by Sinclair Broadcast Group.

February 11, 2016: “CNS Expert: Ferenc Dalnoki-Veress,” Ferenc Dalnoki-Veress interviewed at Monterey Country NOW.

February 11, 2016: “What N. Korea’s rocket test tells us about its military capability,” Melissa Hanham quoted in Christian Science Monitor.

February 9, 2016: “This Video of China’s Lethal Aircraft Carrier Missile Should Scare U.S. Navy,” Catherine Dill extensively quoted in The National Interest.

February 9, 2016: “North Korea turns to ‘old workhorse’ rocket to repeat past success,” Jeffrey Lewis quoted in Reuters.

February 9, 2016: “Belligerence as Strategy: Pyongyang and its Provocations,” CNS video analysis of North Korea missile launch cited by the Associated Press.

February 7, 2016: Melissa Hanham appeared live on CNN International with George Howell to discuss North Korea rocket launch.

February 6, 2016: “North Korea launches ‘satellite,’ sparks fears about long-range missile program,” Melissa Hanham quoted in the Washington Post.

February 5, 2016: “Is the Pentagon’s Budget About to Be Nuked?,” Jeffrey Lewis quoted in Defense News.

January 13, 2016: “North Korean aircraft approaches South Korea, which fires warning shots,” CNS video analysis aired on CNN.

January 13, 2016: “North Korean Bomb Tests Are Fake,” Catherine Dill quoted in US News & World Report.

January 13, 2016: “Experts Say North Korea Faked Missile Test Footage,” Catherine Dill quoted in Popular Mechanics.

January 13, 2016: “North Korean Missile Test Less Successful than it Appears,” Catherine Dill quoted in Popular Science.

January 13, 2016: “North Korea Doctored Footage of Their Recent Missile Launch,” CNS video analysis aired on MSN Video Now This.

January 13, 2016: “South Korea: Conscripts ask to extend their service,” CNS video analysis aired on BBC.

January 13, 2016, “S. Korea president urges tough response to Pyongyang’s atomic test,” Catherine Dill quoted in Agence France Presse.

January 12, 2016: “Exclusive Interview: Analysts Say NK Submarine Missile Launch Failed,” Catherine Dill and Melissa Hanham interview by Voice of America.

January 12, 2016: “Latest N. Korea sub missile test a ‘catastrophic failure’: analysts,” Catherine Dill quoted in Yahoo news (via AFP).

January 12, 2016: “N. Korea Faked Missile Launch Video,” CNS video analysis aired on Reuters TV.

January 12, 2016: “North Korea faked subj-launched missile test footage: US experts,” Melissa Hanham quoted by Reuters.

January 12, 2016: “North Korea Is Now Faking Video Footage, Apparently,” Melissa Hanham quoted in Kotaku.

January 12, 2016: “North Korea faked ballistic missile launch video: Experts,” Melissa Hanham quoted in PressTV.

January 11, 2016: “How Far Along Are North Korea’s Submarine-Launched Ballistic Missiles?” Dave Schmerler mentioned in The Diplomat.

January 8, 2016, “North Korea is a joke. And that’s the problem,” Jeffrey Lewis Op/ed in Washington Post.

January 8, 2016, “How We Know North Korea Didn’t Actually Detonate a Hydrogen Bomb,” quoted in The Diplomat.

January 8, 2016, “How I Learned to Keep Worrying Even if North Korea Didn’t Test an H-Bomb,” Ferenc and Jeffrey quoted in MIT Technology Review.

January 7, 2016, “What can US do about North Korea? Six options after ‘hydrogen bomb’ test,” Melissa Hanham quoted in Fox New Opinion.

January 7, 2016, “Experto: “Pionyang no tiene recursos para pruebas de bombas de hidrógeno” Miles Pomper quoted and interviewed in RT Spanish.

January 7, 2016, “In the Korean conflict, propaganda is the oldest weapon,” Melissa Hanham interviewed by Take Two 89.3 KPCC.

January 7, 2016, “North Korea wants an H-bomb but experts doubt it tested one,” Melissa Hanham quoted in CBC News.

January 7, 2016, Melissa Hanham interviewed on the Arlene Bynon Show for SiriusXM.

January 6, 2016, “World Reacts to N. Korean Announcement of Hydrogen Bomb Test,” Melissa Hanham quoted in Associated Press.

January 6, 2016, “Did North Korea Really Detonate A Hydrogen Bomb?” Melissa Hanham interviewed on HuffPost Live.

January 6, 2016, “Failure or not, North Korea’s H-bomb claim troubles experts,” Melissa Hanham quoted in Politico.

January 6, 2016, “How North Korea’s nuclear program went from threats to reality,” Jeffrey Lewis quoted in CNN.

January 6, 2106, “Hydrogen bomb or not, here’s why North Korea’s nuke test is still worrisome,” Jeffrey Lewis quoted in Tech Insider.

January 6, 2016, “N.Korea test could put missile defence back in frame amid Chinese disquiet,” Jeffrey Lewis quoted in Reuters.

January 6, 2016, “North Korea Bomb Test Thrusts It Back Into World Spotlight,” Jeffrey Lewis quoted in Wall Street Journal.

January 6, 2016, “North Korea Claims That It Tested the “H-Bomb of Justice,” Jeffrey Lewis quoted in Popular Mechanics.

January 6, 2016, “North Korea says it tested H-bomb to widespread skepticism,” Melissa Hanham quoted in the Associated Press.

January 6, 2016, “The U.S. Isn’t Buying North Korea’s Claim Of An H-Bomb Test,” Jeffrey Lewis quoted in NPR.

January 6, 2016, “The World Condemns North Korea’s New Hydrogen Bomb Claim,” Ferenc Dalnoki-Veress quoted in VICE News and Reuters.

January 6, 2016, “US, S. Korea and Japan Vow Tough Response to N. Korea” Melissa Hanham quoted in the Associated Press.

January 6, 2016, “What next for North Korea’s Neighbours?” Jeffrey Lewis interviewed by BBC News Asia.

January 6, 2016, “Why Experts Doubt That North Korea Tested a Hydrogen Bomb,” Jeffrey Lewis credited for imagery in New York Times.

January 6, 2015, “Why is North Korea’s ‘hydrogen bomb’ test such a big deal?” Jeffrey Lewis quoted in Washington Post.

January 6, 2016, “North Korea’s 24-Hour Nuclear Cycle: How to track a nuclear explosion in the Twitter era,” Jeffrey Lewis in Foreign Policy.

January 6, 2016, Melissa Hanham interviewed by Gillian Joseph for Sky News.

January 5, 2016, “North Korea Claims It Just Successfully Detonated a Hydrogen Bomb,” Melissa Hanham quoted in Vice News.

January 5, 2016, “North Korea says it has conducted a successful hydrogen bomb test,” Jeffrey Lewis quoted in Washington Post.

January 5, 2016, “North Korea says it just tested a hydrogen bomb. Here’s what we know,” Jeffrey Lewis quoted in Vox.

January 5, 2016, “North Korea’s nuclear test: How we got here,” Jeffrey Lewis quoted in CNN.

January 5, 2016, Melissa Hanham interviewed by Lawrence Pollard for BBC World Service.

January 5, 2016, “North Korea successfully conducts nuclear test,” Melissa Hanham quoted in Reuters.

January 5, 2016, “North Korea’s first hydrogen bomb ‘test’ draws global ire,” Melissa Hanham quoted in Asia Times.