CTBT in the News

CTBT in the News

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Niue Joins the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (Prensa Latina)

Niue signs the Comprehensive Nuclear-test-ban Treaty (Matangi Tonga)

N. Korea prepping for nuclear test: intelligence official (Yonhap)

North Korea planning third nuclear test – Yonhap (Reuters)

The CTBT conundrum, by Shyam Sharan (The Hindu)

Jayantha Dhanapala's response (The Hindu)

Joint Statement by President Obama and President Rousseff (The White House)

Disarmament Commission Reaches Agreement on Agenda, Ending Three-Day Stalemate, Concludes General Debate (UN News Centre)

North's planned rocket launch pits Japan, South Korea against China, by Ko Hirano (The Japan Times)

CTR Program Eliminates Four Ballistic Missiles (Global Security Newswire)

India joins multinational design group (World Nuclear News)

Iranian Officials Send Mixed Signals as Nuclear Talks Near Resumption, by Alan Cowell (The New York Times)

IAEA: Iran agrees to nuclear talks (CNN)

Iran Nuclear Talks: Proposal Outlines Possible Compromise, by Nasser Karimi and Brian Murphy (AP, Huffington Post)

US wants 'concrete steps' from Iran over nuclear program (AFP)

Israel accepts focus on curbing Iran's purer atom fuel, by Dan Williams (Reuters)

False Prophets of Nuclear Proliferation, by Zachary Keck (The National Interest)

N.Korea Has Nothing to Gain from Rocket Launch, by former FM Han Soon-joo (The Chosun Ilbo)

China, between a rocket and a hard place on North Korea, by Benjamin Kang Lim (Reuters)

INTERVIEW with Jim Walsh: What's behind North Korea's launch plans? (CNN)

World has few ways to punish N. Korea launch (AFP, The Australian)

United States Circumvented Laws To Help Japan Accumulate Tons of Plutonium, by Joseph Trento (DC Bureau)

Nuclear weapons as instruments of peace? By Richard Falk (Aljazeera)

U.S. Defines Its Demands for New Round of Talks With Iran, by David Sanger and Steven Erlanger (The New York Times)

Iran on the Warpath, by [former German FM] Joschka Fischer (Project Syndicate)

Recap: High Stakes and Hard Choices: US Policy on Iran, by David Elkind (CSIS)