CTBT in the News

August 29 Reminds of the UN's Unfinished Agenda (In-Depth News)

North Korea 'resumed production of plutonium this year' according to UN nuclear watchdog (Mirror)

S. Korea Criticizes N. Korean Nuclear Reprocessing (KBS World Radio)

US, EU Accused of Paying Lip Service to Global Arms Treaty (Inter Press Service)

Australia attempts to derail UN plan to ban nuclear weapons (The Reveille)

Documentary Honors American POWs Killed in Hiroshima Bombing (Vineyard Gazette)

South Korea-US military drill shadowed by North Korea threats (India.com)

#Kazakhstan ‘has led by example on nuclear disarmament’ (EU Reporter)

Zahid to chair UN Security Council debate on non-proliferation of WMD (The Malay Mail Online)

Missile proliferation: Treat the disease (Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists)

Fourth North Korean nuclear test shows need for harsh, sustained sanctions – not diplomacy (The Washington Times)

Nuclear Disorder (The News International)

Modi raises the stakes (Pakistan Observer)

Russia’s Nuclear Paranoia Fuels Its Nuclear Propaganda (Foreign Policy – upon subscription)

S. Korea, U.S. should resume dialogue with DPRK instead of war games (Ecns)

'No first use' nuclear pledge bad for US standing in Asia (The Strait Times)

A ‘no first use’ policy’ is safer (The Japan Times)

The dangers of no-first-use (Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists)

NATO Nukes in Romania: Rumor Mill Vs. Reality (Centre for Research on Globalization)

The ‘nuclear football’ – the deadly briefcase that never leaves the president’s side (The Guardian)

Scenariul thermonuclear (Stiripesurse)