Library Documents on Iran's Chemical Program

February 16, 2005
This is the third time I report to you that Defense Intelligence is engaged in a war on a global scale. Most of the forces and issues involved in this war were addressed in my testimony last year. Several increased in severity or changed in composition. Few, unfortunately, decreased. 
February 16, 2005
SEN. ROBERTS(R-KS): (Sounds gavel.) The committee will come to order. Today the Senate Committee on Intelligence meets in open session to conduct its annual worldwide threat hearing. I would like to inform members that traditionally we have a closed hearing in the afternoon, but Secretary of State Rice is coming to the Senate to brief all members...
November 29, 2004
The Islamic Republic of Iran has always taken a great interest in international peace and security, through opposing proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and calling for their total and irreversible elimination. In this respect, we welcome promotion of full and effective implementation of the CWC, as the first truly non-discriminatory...
November 1, 2004
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 states: (a) Reports The Director of Central Intelligence shall submit to Congress an annual report on - (1) The acquisition by foreign countries during the...
September 13, 2004
In a recent speech, Undersecretary of State John Bolton outlined Iran's furtive work to develop nuclear weapons and underscored the need for the international community to halt these efforts. Today I'd like to speak about Iran, which has concealed a large-scale, covert nuclear weapons program for over eighteen years, and which, therefore, is one...
June 24, 2004
Thank you, Madam Chairwoman, for the opportunity to testify today before this Subcommittee to discuss Iran's weapons of mass destruction ("WMD") programs and what the Bush Administration is doing to stop them.
June 24, 2004
REP. ROS-LEHTINEN: The subcommittee will please come to order. Iran's unconventional weapons program and its fondness for using terrorism as statecraft have made this pariah state a litmus test for President George Bush's war against terror. A nuclear Iran, combined with its deep-rooted terrorist infrastructure, is an Iran that must be stopped....
June 24, 2004
REP. ROS-LEHTINEN: Now I'd like to introduce the second and final set of panelists. We're thrilled to have Mr. Paul Leventhal, who founded the Nuclear Control Institute in 1981 and served as its president for 22 years prior to transitioning to senior adviser in June 2002. Previously, Mr. Leventhal held senior staff positions in the United States...
March 30, 2004
Thank you, Mr. Chairman, for the opportunity to testify today before this Committee to discuss what the Bush Administration is doing to keep our country and our friends and allies safe from the threat of weapons of mass destruction. President Bush has stressed repeatedly that "the greatest threat before humanity today is the possibility of secret...
March 30, 2004
The proliferation of unconventional weapons is the most serious national security threat the United States faces today. While chemical weapons can kill hundreds of people and biological weapons can potentially kill thousands, nuclear weapons are incomparably dangerous in scale of destruction and strategic impact. For the purpose of this testimony...

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