CTBT in the News

Kim Jong Un’s thermonuclear dreams, by Jeffrey Lewis (Herald Online)

S. Korea, U.S., Japan lower bar for nuclear talks with N. Korea (Global Post)

China, U.S. top nuclear envoys meet in New York (Arirang)

China issues rare public warning over N. Korea's nuclear threat (Yonhap News Agency)

Obama to visit S. Korea next week (Global Post)

South Korea, neighbours should unite to resolve nuclear crisis (New Straits Times)

Prime Minister David Cameron offers glimmer of hope to nuke test vets (Burton Mail)

Gosar: Area deserves nuke test compensation (Daily News)

How to strengthen the NPT framework, by Riswan Asghar (Daily Times)

Row over Iran UN pick not impacting nuclear talks: US (Daily Times)

Israel lashes out at Kerry again, this time for ‘surrendering’ to Iran (RT)

Nuclear export group debates ties with Israel: document (Reuters)

Israel says close to forging new ties across Arab world (Reuters)

Pakistan and India refused to sign the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (The Nation)

India Expected to Retain No-First-Use Atomic Policy: Party Leader (Global Security Newswire)

China hosts P5 nuclear conference (CCTV)

China urges countries to abandon nuclear umbrella (Global Times)

Russia's Space defence force tests launch Yars new ballistic missile (ITAR-TASS)

Russian Navy to Begin Sea Trials of 2 New Nuclear Subs in Summer (RIA Novosti)

U.S. Delegate Sits in on Disarmament Group Meeting (Global Security Newswire)

Foreign ministers of non-nuclear nations meet in Hiroshima to jointly call for abandonment of nuclear weapons (JPD)

Come out of the nuclear closet, by Ajai Shukla (Business Standard)

No, India Won't Abandon Its No First-Use Nuclear Doctrine, by Ankit Panda (The Diplomat)

India-China Relations: Next Steps, by Bhaskar Roy (Eurasia Review)

Crimea and the Limits of Nuclear Deterrence, edited by Lauren Mladenka and Geoff Wilson (Ploughshares Fund)

The Week Ahead, April 14-20: Arms Control Compliance Report Due; UN Disarmament Commission; Nukes and Humanitarian Consequences (Arms Control Now)

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