CTBT in the News

Nuclear testing so secret workers didn't know (ECNS)

Xinhua Insight: The silence of a bomb: China's first nuclear test (Global Post)

The day China entered the nuclear age (South China Morning Post)

'US feared India would follow China in conducting nuclear tests' (The Economic Times)

Ambassador Scheinman Travels to New York for Meetings on NPT RevCon (StateGov)

Sen. Fischer says country must upgrade nuclear weapons (Nebraska Radio Network)

US planning a major war with nuclear Russia: Analyst (Press TV)

World War 3: Vladimir Putin Threatens West with Russia’s 5,000 Nuclear Warheads (TheePochtimes)

Netanyahu warns world powers: A nuclear threshold Iran is a bigger threat than ISIS (The Jerusalem Post)

Netanyahu: Threat of Iran retaining nuclear breakout capability more dangerous than ISIS (The Jerusalem Post)

Liberman: Time to make decision vis-a-vis Iran, regardless of world's position (The Jerusalem Post)

Iran, powers resume expert-level nuclear talks Wednesday (Yahoo News)

Iranian nuclear deal poses greater threat than IS: Netanyahu (Panarmenian.net)

Negotiating for a nuclear-free world (New Straits Times)

Pakistan calls for equal security for all in nuclear disarmament efforts (Daily Times)

ICYMI: India-Pakistan Head for Nuke War (The Daily Beast)

Seoul, Washington to hold foreign, defense chiefs' meeting this week (Yonhap News Agency)

North Korea Says US Trying to ‘Ignite a Nuclear War’ (Diplomat)

N. Korea vows to bolster nuclear capabilities, citing Panetta's memoir (Korea Herald)

Ex-FM Han: S. Korea should play active role in finding solution to N.K. nuclear issue (Yonhap News)

Il ruolo della Cina nel processo di disarmo nucleare (Voice of Russia)

Welcome Back, Kim Jong Un. Want to Talk? (Bloomberg View)

Middle East shouldn’t distract us from North Korea, by Paul J. Pena (Albuquerque Journal)

Radical Islam presents PM a statesman’s chance, by K.C. Singh (Asian Age)

Don’t Make a Bad Deal With Iran, By YUVAL STEINITZ (New York Times)

Did Mossad Sabotage Iranian Nuke Facility?, by Ronald L. Ray (AmericanFreePress)

Alice Slater: “China Is the Only Country That Promised Not To Use Nuclear Weapons First” (RiaNovosti)

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