CTBT in the News

CTBT in the News

previous Thursday 18 September 2014

ROK and the EU Hold the 14th Consultation on Disarmament and Non-proliferation (Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Korea)

Why John Bolton’s Dangerous Call to Nuclear Arms Makes No Sense

Scottish referendum rekindles debate over nuclear disarmament (FSRN)

Lack of awareness biggest nuclear related threat today, Schlosser ’81 says (Daily Princetonian)

Mideast nuclear weapons-free zone remains in limbo (Helsinki Times)

A year later: Iranian nuclear talks go from promise to doubt (Los Angeles Times)

Russia and West at odds over Syria at U.N. nuclear meeting (Reuters)

15 Agencies participate in nuclear explosion exercise (Kota TV)

North Korea rejects US envoy offer (The Courier)

Scottish Independence Could Indirectly Lead To The End Of Britain's Nuclear Arsenal, by Armin Rosen (Business Insider)

Africa: Why Scottish Independence Matters for Africa, by Jakkie Cilliers (All Africa)

Winnemem Wintu War Dancers: Shasta Dam a "Weapon of Mass Destruction, by Dan Bacher, Indy Bay (Truth-Out)

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