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Arms Control and International Security: Joint Statement on the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty by the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty Nuclear-Weapon States (Ein News)

Is North Korea planning yet more nuclear tests? (Deutsche Welle)

Pakistan links CTBT signing to entry into nuclear group (Kyodo News)

Nudging North Korea towards a Test Ban (Beyond Parallel)

KCNA: North Korea has passed 'final gateway' to becoming nuclear power (UPI)

[Interview] US arms control expert says “Time is on the side of the regime in Pyongyang” (The Hankyoreh)

China and Pakistan enabling North Korea's nuclear Program, may face sanctions: Experts (Asian News International)

U.S. experts call for sharper sanctions on N. Korea (Yonhap News)

US, Japan & S. Korea to Discuss N. Korean Nuclear Test at UNGA (Latin American Herald Tribune)

North Korea says ready for 'another attack' against U.S. 'provocations' (Reuters)

Here’s What Moscow Plans to Do About North Korea’s Ambitions (Sputnik)

China: dialogue only solution to North Korea nuclear issue (Press TV)

In leaked emails, Colin Powell says Israel has 200 nukes (The Times of Israel)

Pakistan may have a new nuclear site (The Hindu)

Russia Open to 'Constructive' Talks With US on Nuclear-Arms Cuts (Sputnik News)

New U.S. nuclear bomb is authorized (Workers World)

US involvement is critical for South Asian arms control (Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists)

China must rein in Pyongyang’s nuclear actions before it’s too late (South China Morning Post)

Three Reasons Why America Cannot Accept A Nuclear North Korea (Forbes)

4 indirect consequences of North Korea's nuclear test, according to Eurasia (CNBC)

Experts say by 2020, North Korea will “perfect” nuclear warhead technology (The Hankyoreh)

India’s commitments (The News International)

No End to the Cold War’s Expensive Nuclear Legacy (Inside Sources)

The most radioactive places on earth (Travel News)

In Chilling Documentary ‘Command And Control,’ A Nuclear Explosion Narrowly Avoided (National Public Radio)

Nuclear muscle flexing (The Nation)