CTBT in the News

CTBT in the News

previous Monday 30 November 2015

A ground zero forgotten (The Washington Post)

Nuclear test veterans fighting for £72k payout after being irradiated by the Government (Mirror UK)

(LEAD) N. Korean leader presumed to have watched SLBM test: Seoul spy agency (Yopnhap)

S. Korea, U.S., Japan to discuss N. Korean nuclear issue (Yonhap)

Iran FM: Tehran hopes IAEA announces closure of its nuclear dossier (Press TV)

Iran implements JCPOA if PMD case closed: Shamkhani (Press TV)

India Test-Fires Nuclear Capable Prithvi II Missile (The Indian Panorama)

Granting India Nuclear Suppliers Group Membership to Impact Regional Peace: Pakistan (NDTV)

China supports Pakistan's NSG membership on nuclear proliferation (First Post)

Top U.S. Officials Caved on Hiroshima as Well as H-bomb (RINF)

COLUMN: Three minutes to midnight (Technician)

Gracias a él, Hitler no construyó armamento nuclear (El Financiero)

Brasil, Guatemala y Perú son elegidos nuevos miembros del Consejo de Opanal (Wradio)

Comienzan preparativos por el cincuentenario del Tratado de Tlatelolco

Tony De Brum, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Marshall Islands: a brave struggle for nuclear disarmament (Pressenza)

Risks of nuclear power are not to be taken lightly (The Boston Globe)

Could U.S.-Russia Tensions Go Nuclear? (Politico)

Dealing with Pakistan’s Nuclear Breakout (The Diplomat)

Iran's Nuclear Past May Remain Unclear Even as Atomic Probe Ends (Bloomberg)

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