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Narenda Modi's Japan visit 2014: Can Tokyo provide Prime Minis...

It is a wonder that Japan is even willing to consider a deal with a country that refuses to sign either NPT or the CTBT. By Manoj Joshi A civil nuclear agreement is one of the key outcomes New Delhi is pushing for in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to ... Economic Times, 41 minutes ago
Islamic Republic News Agency

UN Urges India, Others to Ratify CTBT to End Atomic Powers

UN chief Ban Ki-moon has appealed to India, China and the US along with five other nations to ratify the Comprehensive Nuclear Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT), saying the international community should complete the "unfinished business" of achieving a world free of ...
 Outlook2 days ago End all nuclear tests for sake of a nuclear free world - Ban  Islamic Republic News Agency12 hours ago UN chief Ban Ki-moon appeals India, 7 others to ratify Nuclear test ban treaty  Economic Times2 days ago Ban Ki-moon urges India, 7 other countries to endorse nuke-test ban treaty  First Post.com2 days ago

Foreign Minister and CTBTO Executive Secretary Agree to Hold C...

1. Foreign Minister Yun Byung-se met with Executive Secretary of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO) Lassina Zerbo on August 13. They discussed a range of issues, including the North Korean nuclear issue, responses in case ...
 Noodls2 weeks ago [Press Release] CTBTO Executive Secretary to Visit the ROK (Aug 6. 2014)  Maekyung3 weeks ago

Int'l day against nuclear test to be observed on Friday

Lovers of world peace will commemorate the International Day against Nuclear Tests on Friday by observing a minute of silence in memory of all victims of nuclear weapons testing. Two years ago, as part of the commemoration of the International Day ...
 Jakarta Post8 hours ago ATOM Project calls for global minute of silence on August 29  National News Agency Lebanon2 days ago ATOM Project Calls for a Global Minute of Silence on August 29  Stock Nod2 weeks ago ATOM Project calls for global moment of silence on UN International Day Against Nuclear Tests  Sify2 weeks ago

Obama administration pursues arms control at great loss to US

The stakes could not be higher than in the area of diplomacy that affects the development and spread of nuclear weapons. And yet, in this area, it has become apparent the Obama administration values arms control for its own sake, even if it's ...
 The Hill1 day ago

MAT 2014 preparation; Test yourself before MAT May 2014 exam

AIMA (All India Management Association) is going to conduct Management Aptitude Test (MAT) in paper pencil mode as well as online computer based test in the month of May 2014. MAT is an All India test and is gateway to MBA admission in more than ...
 MBAUniverse.com2 days ago

NSG's Precedent OpEd

By Usman Ali Khan Sun's out, guns out! Summer is upon us, the mercury is spiking. It is ironic that India once again with upcoming BJP government seeking for the approval of a country's bid for the NSG membership. A body established 40 ...
 Eurasia Review6 days ago
Uranium Investing News

CanAlaska Uranium Ltd. International Partnerships and Extensive Land Holdings in the Athabasca Basin

The profile below is part of a campaign paid for by CanAlaska Uranium Ltd.. This profile provides detailed information, helping investors make better investment decisions. CanAlaska Uranium Ltd.'s support of Uranium Investing News ensures we can ...
 Uranium Investing News1 week ago
Foreign Policy In Focus

In Deep Atrophy: America's Nukes — or Conservatives Brains?

Today the Bomb is only one of a number of existential threats. (Photo: Wikimedia) While on vacation, the editor is re-running old posts that have retained their timeliness. Nuclear weapons may be the one issue on which the goal posts haven't ...
 Foreign Policy In Focus1 week ago

Australia should take lead on global no-first-use convention

Compared to the great protest marches of the 1980s, global public opinion on the catastrophic dangers posed by the 16,000-plus nuclear weapons held by nine countries (China, France, India, Israel, North Korea, Pakistan, Russia, the United Kingdom ...
 Japan Times1 week ago
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