CTBT in the News

CTBT in the News

previous Wednesday 25 November 2015

Head of Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO) Preparatory Commission Visits NNSA’s Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) for First Time (NNSA)

JCPOA Will be Implemented by All Parties (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace)

Joint Statement on Nuclear Disarmament and Non-Proliferation between Japan and Australia (Permanent Mission of Japan to the international Organizations in Vienna)

Civil society urged to help France's nuke test victims (Radio New Zealand International)

Revised Nuclear Deal Between S. Korea, US to Enter Effect (ABC News)

UN chief Ban Ki-moon hopes to visit North Korea (BBC)

Iran expects nuclear deal to be implemented in early January (Reuters)

Dhanush successfully test-fired (The Times of India)

A former Defence Secretary has warned that the UK's £31 billion nuclear weapon system could be shut down by hackers (Business Insider)

Armas nucleares britânicas podem ser hackeadas com consequências graves (Notícias ao Minuto)

Russian, US Diplomats Discuss Arms Control, Non-Proliferation of WMDs (Sputnik News)

CENTIS: ciencia entre isótopos (Trabajadores Cuba)

Desarme nuclear a debate en IV Seminario de Paz (Prensa Latina)

Government relations manager at Sandia Labs honored by American Physical Society (Eurek Alert)

Mystery shrouds Lewis missile silo site (The Sun)

Nuclear security in South Asia (Daily Times)

Why nuclear Armageddon is a very real danger (The Week)

Relax. Indian Access to Australian Uranium Is No Threat (The Diplomat)

Nuclear club eyes Indian inclusion, but risks Pakistan's ire (Reuters)

The Iran Nuclear Deal is Dying (AIJAC)

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