Library Documents on Iran's Nuclear Program

May 6, 1997
I am pleased to appear today before this distinguished Subcommittee, which has asked me to discuss the question of who is helping Iran build weapons of mass destruction. The Subcommittee has also asked whether the United States needs to do more to discourage Iran's helpers.
May 6, 1997
I wish to thank you for the invitation to appear before the Subcommittee today. My colleagues and I at the University of Georgia are involved in studies of the issues being addressed by the Subcommittee. I am pleased to share our work with you and members of Congress.
May 6, 1997
It is an honor to testify before this subcommittee. There are few issues of greater national security interest to the United States than Iran's acquisition of nuclear, biological, and chemical (NBC) weapons. For that reason, I am grateful for this opportunity to present my views to the subcommittee. Before continuing, let me note that my testimony...
April 17, 1997
It is an honor to testify before the committee this afternoon on U.S. efforts to halt weapon of mass destruction (WMD) and missile programs in Iran.
April 17, 1997
OPENING STATEMENT I'd like to welcome everyone to today's hearing of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Subcommittee on the Near East and South Asia. The topic of our hearing is: Iran and Proliferation: Is the US doing enough? Washington is a town where people can and will disagree about anything. It is therefore, my great pleasure to hold a...
April 17, 1997
Mr. Chairman, and Members of the Subcommittee, I would like to thank you for the opportunity to testify before you today on an issue of vital national interest, U.S. policy on Iran. I want to review with you Iran's pattern of unacceptable behavior, our response to that behavior, our work to bring our friends and allies into closer harmony with...
February 5, 1997
Mr. Chairman, thank you for the opportunity to address this committee today on threats to US national security.
June 19, 1996
Preventing the proliferation of dangerous weapons is key to preserving the security of America in the post-Cold War world. The Clinton Administration has made controlling the spread of such weapons one of its highest priorities. Let me describe our major accomplishments, and then turn to the challenges ahead. Accomplishments The indefinite...
March 2, 1995
MR. PELLETREAU: Thank you very much, Mr. Chairman, Senator Feinstein. To summarize the statement I've submitted for the record, we continue to view Iran and Iraq as the chief threats to security in the Middle East, as well as to U.S. interests in the region. Over the past two years, the administration has led the world in applying substantial...