CTBT in the News

CTBT in the News

previous Tuesday 02 September 2014

Nuclear Weapons: From Comprehensive Test Ban to Disarmament (Sustainable Security)

First Turkish female scientist to monitor global nuclear activity (Daily Sabah)

Scientists get set for simulated nuclear inspection (Phys.org)

United Nations Marks International Day Against Nuclear Tests (Look to the Stars)

More than one in three wild boar in Germany are too radioactive to eat (The Verge)

Iran says it’s committed to progress in nuclear talks(Times of Israel)

Kazakhstan has always been at the forefront of global denuclearisation campaign: Envoy (Business Standard)

In Indonesia, FM Idrissov Promotes Dialogue of Civilisations, Bilateral Ties (The Astana Times)

SNP welcome anti-nuclear campaigner's new EU post (Scottish National Party)

Nuclear weapons: Which countries have them? by Victoria Craw (News)

«Войны быть не должно. Это понимают и американцы, и Путин» by Larissa Aksenov (Gazetu) [In Russian (translation):"War should not be. It is understood by both the Americans and Putin."]

Obama inaction on Ukraine could impede nuclear disarmament, by Jeffrey Scott Shapiro (Washington Times)

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