CTBT in the News

CTBT in the News

previous Friday 17 October 2014

50th Anniversary of China’s First Nuclear Test (RIA Novosti)

Forty-five years ago, the government used subterranean nukes to dig for natural gas, Josiah M. Hesse (Vice)

Remarks on Capacity for Disarmament-United Nations General Assembly First Committee (United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs: UNODA)

Parliamentary delegation takes part in 131 IPU final session (Bahrain News Agency)

North Korea Responds to the UN Commission of Inquiry (38 North)

China envoy expects U.S. missile-defense system to stir ire of N. Korea (Yonhap News)

Iran, U.S. say some headway made in 'difficult' nuclear talks (Reuters)

#TalkThursday: Road to nuclear disarmament and stability (Rappler)

When the Ayatollah Said No to Nukes (Foreign Policy)

More political will, creativities needed to promote Iranian nuclear talks: Chinese envoy (Shanghai Daily)

It's Time for the United States and Iran to Turn Talk into Action (Plougshares Fund)

India test-fires nuclear-capable Nirbhay cruise missile (The Times of India)

Researchers monitor B.C. waters for Japanese tsunami nuclear debris (Global News)

US feared India would follow China in conducting nuclear tests, say declassified American documents from 1960s (DNA)

World Community Should Cooperate on Eliminating Nuclear Weapons: Expert (RIA Novosti)

Marshall Islands nuke suit against U.S. gets Nobel winners’ support (SF Gate)

Could China’s Nuclear Strategy Evolve? By Nicolas Giacometti (The Diplomat)

When China Got The Bomb: A Reporter Looks Back, by Dan Southerland (RFA)

U.S. non-proliferation policy is an invisible success story, by Nick Miller (Washington Post)

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