CTBT in the News

CTBT in the News

previous Friday 28 August 2015

“Banning nuclear weapons testing – an unfinished business,” Message on the International Day Against Nuclear Tests, by CTBTO Executive Secretary Lassina Zerbo (in English)

(in French)

Message on the International Day Against Nuclear Tests, by United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (UNIS Vienna)

Call for Global Ban on Nuclear Weapons Testing, by Katsuhiro Asagiri and Ramesh Jaura (IPS)

Letter from Kazakhstan: Why we believe in the nuclear fuel bank, by Kairat Umarov (Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists)

Averting a new era of nuclear competition, by David Clark (Financial Times)

Time for Pakistan to Change its Nuclear Strategy: Experts (The Diplomat)

広島での国連軍縮会議 (Iran Japanese Radio)

유엔군축회의 히로시마서 개막...'북한 핵 문제 제기될 듯' (VOA Korea)

Kim Jong Un Says Korean Relations on `Track of Reconciliation' (Bloomberg)

N. Korea leader dismisses top officials after standoff eases (The Washington Post)

Iran may have built extension at disputed site: U.N. nuclear watchdog (Reuters)

IAEA reports Iran broadly complying with nuclear accords (The Bradford Era)

Iran Nuclear Deal: IAEA Inspectors Don't Have The Credentials To Ensure Iran Keeps Nuclear Program Peaceful, Former Workers Say (International Business Times)

U.S., China stress positives ahead of Xi trip (Reuters)

Report: In A Decade (Or Sooner), Pakistan Could Be No. 3 Nuclear Power (NPR)

Learning from Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombings, by Katsuhiro Asagiri (Kashmir Times)

Atomic war: A constant threat?, by Diego Rigales (Santa Fe New Mexican)

The nuclear race is riddled with hypocrisy, by Mosibudi Mangena (Mail and Guardian)

Time for Pakistan to Change its Nuclear Strategy, by Prashanth Parameswaran (The Diplomat )

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