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Social Media: Security: WMD Proliferation

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Preventing a Nuclear 9/11
To prevent a nuclear attack by terrorists, we must act now to secure the world's nuclear stockpiles. By Matthew Bunn and Anthony Wier. (Washington Post, 9/12/2004) Read More...


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Wrong Strategy On Iran
Argues that to defuse Iran's nuclear program, the U.S. should pursue not Bush's unilateralism or Bush's critics' multilateralism, but a bilateral agreement with Iran. By Ray Takeyh. (Washington Post, ... Read More...


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How to Stop Nuclear Terror
U.S. secretary of energy Spencer Abraham talks about U.S. efforts to halt arms proliferation. (Washington Post, 7/17/2004, reg.) Read More...


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An interim N-freeze for N. Korea, Iran
Submits that interim steps to nuclear disarmament are crucial to acheive a long term solution in North Korea and Iran. By Daniel Poneman. (Boston Globe, 7/7/2004) Read More...


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Russian Gas To Compensate For North Korean Nuclear Programme
Discussion of the possibility of Russian oil and gas to be exported to the Korean Peninsula, which would halt the development of any nuclear programme. By Marianna Belenkaya (RIA Novosti, 06/07/04) Read More...


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Russian nuclear forces, 2004
Report on current Russian nuclear forces. (Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 7/1/2004) Read More...


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Russia Joins U.S.-Led Initiative On WMD
Russia joins Proliferation Security Initiative (PSI), implemented by the US, and intended to create a network of countries that share intelligence and cooperate in halting potential shipments of weapo... Read More...


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It Will Help the U.S. to Have a Strong European Partner
The Coordinator for German-American Cooperation argues that despite differences of opinion on some issues, the United States and Europe need each other to meet the new challenges of the 21st century. ... Read More...


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Taiwan poll won't alter China's missile deployment
Discusses impending President Chen Shui-bian's public condemnation of China's growing missile threat and its refusal to renounce the use of force against Taiwan. By David Isenberg. (Asia Times, 3/19/2... Read More...


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How to Stop Nuclear Terror
President Bush has called nuclear terror the defining threat the United States now faces. He's right, but he has yet to follow up his words with actions. By Graham Allison. (Foreign Affairs, 1/1/2004,... Read More...


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China's New Diplomacy
China has begun to embrace regional and global institutions it once shunned and take on the responsibilities that come with great-power status. Just what the results of Beijing's new sophistication wi... Read More...


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US-Iran: Ad Hoc Détente to Continue Despite Conservative Sweep
Dissusses current US policy (or perhaps lack of coherent policy) towards Iran in the midst of questions about Iran's nuclear program, terrorist support, and questionable elections. (Antiwar.com, Mar... Read More...


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Pakistan's nuclear loopholes
Argues that the U.S. should take a harder stand against Pakistani nuclear proliferation. By Selig S. Harrison. (Boston Globe, 2/9/2004) Read More...


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To Russia, With Love
Article detailing a 02/2003 CIA memo to the White House: "We do not have any direct evidence that Iraq has used the period since Desert Fox to reconstitute its Weapons of Mass Destruction programs." ... Read More...


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The Qaddafi Precedent - Now that Libya's disarming, who's next?
Without actually meaning to do so, the Bush administration has pulled off one of the most remarkable nonproliferation victories since the advent of the nuclear age: Libya, a hostile, isolated dictator... Read More...


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Libya Substitutes Imperialism's Plowshares
Analyzes Libya's initiative to give up WMD. By Mohamad Khodor. (Dar al hayat, 1/9/2004) Read More...


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The Determinants of Nonproliferation Export Controls: A Membership-Fee Explanation
Cupitt, Grillot, and Murayama construct an explanatory framework for state decisions to develop national systems of export control that comply with international standards, based on a combination of f... Read More...


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Reforming the Multilateral Export Control Regimes
The success of reforming the multilateral export control system depends on whether the US and her allies are willing to make a committment to upholding nonproliferation norms, treaties, and to playin... Read More...


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NPT Export Controls and the Zangger Committee
Fritz Schmidt discusses how the Zangger Committee could help increase cooperation between suppliers and recipients and the role the International Atomic Energy Agency should play in NPT export control... Read More...


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Military Educational Research Library Network
MERLN is a combined catalog for 14 U.S. military libraries in the U.S. & Europe. Read More...


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Cuban leader sees invasion risk as 'real'
Named by the U.S. as one of the rogue states "whose pursuit of weapons of mass destruction makes them hostile to U.S. interests", Cuba dismisses the charges and fights back. (The Washington Times, 01/... Read More...


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Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction: How Much of a Challenge
A Nixon Center event with Assistant Secretary of Energy Rose Gottemoeller (Nixon Center, 10/26/1999) Read More...


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Suicide From Fear of Death?
President Bush's case for war on Iraq overlooks a very real danger: if pushed to the wall, Saddam Hussein may resort to using weapons of mass destruction against the United States. By Richard K. Bett... Read More...


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U.S.-Russian Relations Threatened By Iraq Arms Sales
It is in the interest of both Russia and the US to stop acrimony over Iraq and focus on the future. To achieve this, the Putin Administration must “clean house” and take the culprits who sold banned w... Read More...


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Bush's Nuclear Revolution: A Regime Change in Nonproliferation
The White House's radical new strategy to combat the spread of weapons of mass destruction will likely make the world less secure, not more. By George Perkovich. (Foreign Affairs, 3/1/2003) Read More...


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China and Missile Defense
NMD or TMD could provoke a destabilizing arms race in East Asia. A panel discussion with Dr. Ronald Montaperto and Dr. Michael O'Hanlon. (Nixon Center, 10/19/2000) Read More...


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French Views on Missile Defense
France does not object to the idea of missile defense in general, but feel that NMD will alter the strategic balance, and is not commensurate to the true potential scenario of attack against the US. ... Read More...


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Iranian Nuclear Weapons and U.S. Policy
Geoffrey Kemp, Director of Regional Strategic Programs at The Nixon Center, talks about a possible Iranian nuclear weapons program and how it relates to broader geopolitical issues involving the Unite... Read More...


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No 'Business as Usual' With Libya
Discusses Libya's announcement of its willingness to dismantle its program of weapons of mass destruction and to halt development of its nuclear program. By Mohammed Buisier. (Washington Post, 12/29/2... Read More...


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China and the North Korean Nuclear Crisis
Outlines Chinese interests and strategies with regard to the DPRK nuclear crisis (Monterey Institute of International Studies, 1/22/2003) Read More...


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