CTBT in the News

Full Speech At The First Pay-Out To Veterans Of Operation Grapple (Fiji Sun)

S.Korea: DPRK nuclear test is not imminent

64 years after nuclear tests Mohave County's 'Downwinders' still wait for compensation (Havasu News)

North Korea Sought Talks and Attached a Hefty Price Tag, South’s Ex-Leader Says (New York Times)

Potential Kim Jong Un Visit to Russia Highlights Possible Rift with China (Voice of America)

U.S. says Russia shares goal of N.K. denuclearization (Korea Herald)

(LEAD) Seoul, Washington hold talks on N.K. nukes (Yonhap)

North Korean regime nudged towards resumption of talks (Sydney Morning Herald)

Seoul, Washington To Hold Talks On North Korea Nuclear Programme (Bernama)

S.Korea: DPRK nuclear test is not imminent (CCTV)

North Korea shows satellite signs of restarting nuclear bomb fuel reactor (Washington Times)

US Institute Detects Possible 'Activity' In North Korea's Yongbyon Nuclear Plant (International Business Times)

U.S. prioritizing N.K. denuclearization: diplomat (Global Post)

Don’t short-circuit Iranian nuclear talks (The Day)

Iran, ISIS top threats to world, former diplomats tell senators (Live 5 News)

As the Iranian Nuclear Talks Drag On, Congress Must Act, by Tom Cotton (Wall Street Journal)

Iran Considers to Reduce Distances among Nuclear Negotiators (Prensa Latina)

Senate panel approves Iran sanctions bill, Dems prepare to hit pause (Fox News)

Obama would veto bill for congressional approval of Iran deal (Ynet News)

Pakistan Criticizes Obama's Nuclear Deals With India (Radio Free Europe)

Russian Next-Gen 100-Ton Nuclear Missile Could Be Test-Fired By 2017, Says Russian News Wire (International Business Times)

U.S. Cannot Defend Against Moscow's Nuclear Weapon Breakthrough, Claims top Russian Official (Headlines & Global News)

Commons debate highlights damaging existing impact of nuclear weapons (Ekklesia)

IG identifies more than 200 high-risk facilities that are dirty and degraded; ‘worst of worst’ is at Y-12 (Knox Blogs)

CD fails to adopt a programme of work for its 2015 session (Reaching Critical Will)

Poll: Netanyahu Should be Investigated for Nuclear Weapons Tech Smuggling Before US Visit, by Grant Smith (Anti War)

Iran's History Of Nuclear Deceit Is Why There Hasn't Been A Deal Yet, by Emanuele Ottolenghi (Business Insider)

‘Never again’ must be ‘never ever’ for Iran, by Charles Krauthammer (Herald Net)

As the Iranian Nuclear Talks Drag On, Congress Must Act, by Tom Cotton (Wall Street Journal)

Spoiler alert ahead of Iran’s nuclear deal, by Majid Rafizadeh (Al Arabiya)

Analysis: Iranian Intransigence is Primary Obstacle to Nuke Deal (The Tower)

Can Iran’s New U.N. Ambassador Get Tehran Relief From U.N. Sanctions? By Colum Lynch (Foreign Policy)

Bibi must stop an Iran bomb even if it offends Obama, by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach (Jewish Journal)

Obama’s Persian roulette, by Jonathan Greenberg (The Hill)

US-India deal: a violation, by Malik Muhammad Ashraf (Nation)

Formal dialogue on compliance can still save the INF Treaty, by Oliver Meier, Greg Thielmann, Andrei Zagorski (European Leadership Network)

The Weight of History on the Arrested Development of Kazakhstan’s Nuclear Potential, by Bradley Jardine (Foreign Policy Association)

Support the Austria pledge, by Seth Baum (The Bulletin)

To pay or not to pay, by Wadan Narsey (Fiji Times)

Ignorance and its possible effects, by Sangeetha Devi Dundoo (The Hindu)

Talking Doomsday: how do we turn the corner on nuclear weapons and climate change? By Vinnie Rotondaro (National Catholic Reporter)

Civil Society is to Nuclear Disbarment as Bordeaux is to a Lamb Shank, by Beatrice Maneshi (The WIP)

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