Library Documents on Iran's Chemical Program

February 2, 1999
SEN. WARNER: (Sounds gavel.) The Committee on the Armed Services will come to order. We welcome the director of the Central Intelligence Agency and the director of the Defense Intelligence Agency. We thank both of you for joining us -- a long tradition this committee initiates its annual work under the authorization bill with a worldwide survey...
February 1, 1999
Excerpts The Director of Central Intelligence (DCI) hereby submits this report in response to a Congressionally directed action in Section 721 of the FY 1997 Intelligence Authorization Act, which requires: "(a) Not later than 6 months after the date of the enactment of this Act, and every 6 months thereafter, the Director of Central Intelligence...
July 15, 1998
Current Developments and Potential for Future Surprises This paper will attempt to answer the following questions: 1) What are the current missile capabilities of Iraq and Iran? 2) What kind of WMD payloads can these countries put atop their missiles? 3) What considerations should analysts bear in mind in assessing the future direction of missile...
May 14, 1998
SEN. BROWNBACK: The hearing will be called to order. I appreciate all of you joining us today. Mr. Indyk, I appreciate you gracing our committee yet again. It seems as if we get very familiar with each other. Although today -- I know you've been involved a great deal in the peace process. We're not going to be talking about that today, unless you...
May 14, 1998
The May 1997 election of Mohammad Khatami as president of Iran has raised hopes and expectations of change in Iran's domestic and foreign policy. In the foreign policy arena, it is possible to discern a new vocabulary (emphasizing "detente," "stability," and a "dialogue between civilizations") and efforts to defuse tensions with former adversaries.
February 12, 1998
REP. SPENCE: Kay has been working hard to get on National Security for a few years now, and I'm certainly glad she succeeded. We all look forward to working with her. We have before us today two distinguished former directors of Central Intelligence. Both of our witnesses have well-deserved reputations in dealing with both defense and intelligence...
February 12, 1998
It is a pleasure to appear before this Committee, especially as a private citizen. I want to review briefly the security challenges our country faces and to highlight a few Defense and Intelligence programs that I believe deserve the Committee's support.
February 12, 1998
Mr. Chairman, Members of the Committee, it is an honor to be invited to testify before you again this year.
January 28, 1998
Chairman Shelby, Senator Kerrey, Members of the Committee. I appreciate this opportunity to present the views of the State Department's Bureau of Intelligence and Research (INR) on current and projected threats to our national interests. Happily--and thanks to the effectiveness of American diplomacy, military readiness, and intelligence...

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