CTBT in the News

CTBT in the News

previous Wednesday 02 September 2015

CTBT Group of Eminent Persons Meets in Hiroshima, Calls for Fortified Effort to Accelerate Entry Into Force, by Daryl G. Kimball (Arms Control Association)

[国連軍縮会議] 戦後70年・核廃絶の誓いを新たに (373 News)

Is a ‘normal’ nuclear Pakistan even possible?, by Seema Sirohi (The Economic Times)

Characterization of infrasound from lightning, by JD. Assink, LG. Evers, I. Holleman, H. Paulssen (Koninklijk Nederlands Meteorologisch Instituut)

Radiation in the Ocean (The Huffington Post)

(2nd LD) S. Korea, China hold talks on N. Korea ahead of summit (Yonhap)

North Korea tells South not to crow about deal that ended standoff (Reuters)

Obama Nears Needed Votes on Iran Nuclear Deal (The New York Times)

Representative Hakeem Jeffries Says He Will Vote for Iran Nuclear Deal (The New York Times)

Iran Nuclear Deal: Thousands In New York Protest Controversial Accord; Call On Congressional Members To Vote ‘No’ (International Business Times)

Iran Nuclear Deal: Thousands In New York Protest Controversial Accord; Call On Congressional Members To Vote 'No' (International Business Times)

Thanks to Libya, North Korea Might Never Negotiate on Nuclear Weapons, by Doug Bandow (The National Interest)

Brookes: Iran, North Korea a match made in nuke heaven, by Peter Brookes (Boston Herald)

Toward a nuke-free world, by Gareth Evans (Arab News)

The Iran nuclear agreement will make America and Israel safer, by Floyd L. Herman (The Baltimore Sun)

What Should Obama Do Next on Iran?, by Nicholas Burns (The New York Times)

Why Indian nuclear stockpiles are not vexing America, by Muhammad Saeed (The News)

The Attack on the Nuclear Deal, the “Israel Factor”, and the “Iran Peace Scare”, By Stephen J. Sniegoski (Global Research)

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