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CTBT in the News

previous Wednesday 27 May 2015

Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Facility (NTI)

NNSA conducts experiment to improve U.S. ability to detect foreign nuclear explosions (Your Defence News)

Finest-Hour At Chagai: From Obscurity To History – OpEd, by Maimuna Ashraf (Eurasia Review)

Did a massive asteroid turn Earth into a boiling 'SPRING' 3.3bn years ago? Impact may have vaporised our planet's oceans (Daily Mail)

Forgotten Heroes: Service members denied care after cleaning America’s atomic waste (WDTN)

107 states commit to prohibiting, eliminating nuclear weapons (The Jakarta Post)

S. Korea, US, Japan discuss N. Korea nuclear concerns (New Straits Times)

Hungary, China sign nuclear agreement (Budapest Business Journal)

Speaker Highlights Parliament's Role in Iran Nuclear Talks (Tasnim News Agency)

Nuclear talks bogging down as Iran balks at key decisions, envoys say (The LA Times)

Nuclear Iran 1,000 times worse than IS: Netanyahu (Manila Bulletin)

French diplomat doesn’t see Iran nuke deal by end of June (Fox11)

Iran Sends Conflicting Messages About Nuke Site Inspections (Breitbart)

Religious leaders debate Iran nuclear treaty (Sun Sentinel)

Obama's dilemma over Iran, Saudi Arabia and Israel (Middle East Monitor)

Israel thanks U.S. for stand on Mideast nuclear arms ban at U.N.(Jewish Journal)

Obama cancels emergency over Russian uranium sales (USA Today)

Kerry gives Kishida briefing on visits to Russia, China, South Korea (The Japan Times)

ISIS Claims to Be 'Infinitely' Closer to Buying Nuclear Weapon From Pakistan and Smuggling It Into the US (Christian Post)

NPT shows signs of fraying, by Ramesh Thakur (The Japan Times)

Disappointing NPT conference (The Japan Times)

North Korean Nuclear Diplomacy Worked, by Jeffrey Lewis (National Interest)

Great, Now China’s Got Multiple Nuclear Warhead Missiles?, by Jeffrey Lewis (Foreign Policy)

Should U.S. Nuclear Strategy Be More Like China's?, by Gregory Kulacki (The World Post)

How will Iran, P5+1 resolve future disputes? (Al Monitor)

Schrödinger’s Nuke: How Iran’s Nuclear Weapons Program Exists – And Doesn’t Exist – At The Same Time – Analysis, by John R. Haines (Eurasia Review)

Red lines, shmed lines– U.S. must buy Israel’s compliance with Iran deal, by Philip Weiss (Mondoweiss)

Russia just made another agreement with Iran that will raise eyebrows in the West, by Elena Holodny (Business Insider UK)

Obama, Israel and the worst-kept nuclear ‘secret’ in the world, by Eli Lake (iPolitics)

Addressing the Saudi Nuclear Option, by Brett Daniel Shehadey (In Homeland Security)

Advance normalisation, not prospects for conflict, by Talat Masood (The Express Tribune)

The Soviet Union's fall led to an alarming nuclear failure that informs today's nuclear crisis, by Armin Rosen (Business Insider Australia)

UK nuclear weapons: a source of national insecurity?, by Paul Ingram (The Ecologist)

Will America Abide a Nuclear Wakeup Call?, by Arnold Ahlert (The Patriot Post)

Africa: Time for a New Roadmap to Nuclear Disarmament? , by Noel Stott (All Africa)

Nuclear Weapons: Making Us Feel Secure by “Threatening Armageddon”, by Jim McCluskey (Global Research)

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