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October 15, 2009
IN THIS ISSUE
  • The CTBT's Importance for U.S. National Security
    Q&A
  • Chinese Premier Hails Cooperation with Iran
    Reuters
  • China Sees North Korea Returning to Arms Talks
    The Wall Street Journal
  • NKorea Sees Peace Pact with US as Key to Disarmament
    Agence France-Presse
  • India Inks Nuclear Pact with Argentina
    The Hindu
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The CTBT's Importance for U.S. National Security

Deepti Choubey, Q&A
Nuclear TestThe treaty calling for a global ban on nuclear tests was rejected by the United States Senate ten years ago. Over 180 countries have signed the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT), but nine countries still need to ratify the treaty in order for it to come into force. Deepti Choubey describes the treaty's importance and how it impacts U.S. national security.
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Chinese Premier Hails Cooperation with Iran

Chris Buckley, Reuters
China, reluctant to isolate Iran in its standoff with the West over its nuclear program, will maintain cooperation with Tehran and foster "close coordination in international affairs," Premier Wen Jiabao said on Thursday.
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China Sees North Korea Returning to Arms Talks

Jason Dean, The Wall Street Journal
A senior U.S. diplomat said Chinese leaders believe North Korea is willing to return to multilateral talks on nuclear disarmament under terms acceptable to the other parties.
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NKorea Sees Peace Pact with US as Key to Disarmament

Agence France-Presse
North Korea called Wednesday for a peace pact with the United States, saying this was a "most reasonable and practical" way to end the long standoff over its nuclear weapons programme.
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India Inks Nuclear Pact with Argentina

Sandeep Dikshit, The Hindu
India on Wednesday signed an agreement in civilian nuclear cooperation with Argentina, the seventh pact it has inked after coming out of isolation in the civilian nuclear field.
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