CTBT in the News

UN chief makes new call for nuclear test ban implementation (AFP, The New Age)

Ban Ki-moon critica a los países que toleran los ensayos atómicos (EFE, El Confidential)

Ban Ki-moon drängt auf Unterzeichnung des CTBT (Tiroler Tageszeitung)

Moruroa e Tatou veterans critical of French decree (ABC, Radio Australia)

UN chief: Iran should open nuke programs, by George Jahn (Associated Press)

Iran wants early resumption of nuclear talks: letter, by Fredrik Dahl (Reuters)

Panetta: Iran undecided over nuclear bomb (Aljazeera)

Goettemoeller: Russia, US 'complying with START' (Voice of Russia)

U.S. Can Safely Take Deeper Nuclear Arms Cuts: Senior Defense Official, by Elaine Grossman (Global Security Newswire)

700 prominent Australians call for nuclear abolition, by Joshua McElwee (National Catholic Reporter)

Yale hosts international student summit to advocate elimination of nuclear weapons (Yale News)

Germany sees no place for nukes in 21st century [ Interview German Ambassador Hans-Ulrich Seidt], by Philip Iglauer (The Korea Times)

[Interview with Cathrine Ashton] 'The only way we can use sanctions is by unanimity' (Times of India)

Sanctions Could Not Force Iran to Negotiate: Interview with Peter Jenkins, the former British Ambassador to IAEA (Payvand)

Deploy U.S. Diplomats Quietly To Explore Iranian Deal, by Michael Adler (AOL Defense)

How the U.S.-Iran Standoff Looks From Iran, by Hossein Mousavian (Bloomberg)