CTBT in the News

France warns N Korea over nuclear threat at UN (Daily Times)

'Nuclear reaction': French Polynesia to demand nearly $1bn from Paris over tests (RT)

Speculation amid French Polynesia bid for compensation (Radio New Zealand)

Nuclear Weapons as Bargaining Chips in Global Politics (Independent European Daily Express)

Caging the Bomb (Arms Control Wonk)

Giving downwinders a global voice; St. George woman represents USA at Vienna Nuclear Conference (St. George News)

North Korean Leader Assails American ‘Aggressors’ (The New York Times)

North Korea, Russia Agree To Increase Efforts To Restart Six-Party Talks On North's Nuclear Program (International Business Times)

North Korea threatens 'nuclear war' to defend its human rights record (The Week)

Reading Pyongyang’s Intentions with Japan (38 North)

Scaparrotti discusses Yongsan, North’s tactics (Korea Joongang Daily)

Israel Warns of N. Korea-Iran Nuclear Link (The Chosunilbo)

Iran nuke talks face obstacles even with more time (The Telegraph)

Breaking Silence, Ayatollah Says Iran Is Standing Up to West in Nuclear Talks (New York Times)

Extended Iran nuclear talks leave bomb investigation in limbo (Reuters)

Lawmakers in U.S. Push for More Iran Sanctions (Bloomberg)

Iran nuclear talks – victory for Tehran? (Euronews)

Iran Nuclear Talks Extended Until July (Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty)

Iranian president optimistic about future nuclear talks (CNTV)

Iranian leadership faces critical challenge as deal hangs in the balance (The Irish Times)

Iranian media criticises nuclear talks extension (Oman Tribune)

French FM says Iran nuclear talks "rather positive" (Shanghai Daily)

Iran won’t be brought to knees on nuclear issue: Khamenei (Pakistan Today)

Iran Not Budging On Nuclear Weapons Capability (Isra Cast)

Iran Nuclear Talks Extended, Again (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace)

Iran's supreme leader boasts that nation stands tall on nuclear issue (The Columbian)

Israel views extension of Iran talks as lesser of two evils (Al Monitor)

Israel welcomes the announcement of Iran nuclear talks extension by seven months (European Jewish Press)

Israeli nuclear expert urges deal with Iran (New Jersey Jewish News)

Nuclear diplomacy faces obstacles even with more time (The Daily Star)

Outlook for the 2015 NPT Review Conference and Beyond: The Roles of the Russian Federation and the United States (UNODA)

Pakistan capable to make 200 nuclear weapons by 2020: US Think Tank (Customs Today)

Pakistan has fastest growing nuke power, US think-tank says (The Peninsula)

Pakistan more than capable of securing its nuclear stockpiles: Pentagon (Tribune)

Can ISIS get access to nuclear weapons through Pakistan? By Bob Taylor (Communities digital news)

Russia and non-proliferation: A concession that never was (European Council on Foreign Relations)

Q&A Is the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) Failing? Could it? by Nonproliferation Monterey (YouTube)

A cricketing ally, but will India play a straight bat on Aussie uranium? by Ian Lowe (The Conversation)

Russia and non-proliferation: A concession that never was, by Gustav Gressel (European Council on Foreign Relations)

10 Signs That Russia Is Preparing To Fight (And Win) A Nuclear War With The United States (Right Side News), by Michael Snyder

Russia, China Could Launch Nuclear Attacks on US If Relations Fail, Pakistan and Iran Rising Threats, by Precious Silva (International Business Times)

Iran could police the Gulf, by Robert Fisk (The Belfast Telegraph)

Failed Nuclear Talks Are Not Iran's Fault, by Muhammad Sahimi (The World Post)

No, Iran Is Not An Apocalyptic Nuclear Cult, by Mark Strauss (io9)

An Iran extension to applaud, by Joseph Cirincione (Daily News)

Here’s how Iran is responding to the failure of the nuclear talks, by Steve Levine (Quartz)

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