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  1. China and Weapons of Mass Destruction: Implications for the United States

    Papers presented at a conference sponsored by the National Intelligence Council and the Federal Research Division. Governments » United States » Executive Branch » Central Intelligence Agency November 5, 1999 This conference document includes papers produ ...

  2. Prepared Testimony by Vann Van Diepen, Director of the Department of State Office of Chemical, Biological, and Missile Nonproliferation, Before the Senate Governmental Affairs Committee Hearing: Multilateral Nonproliferation Regimes

    Governments » United States » Congress » Hearings & Prepared Statements July 29, 2002 We are responding to this challenge with an activist agenda that includes a broad range of tools – norms, export controls, interdiction, sanctions, counterproliferat ...

  3. Iran: Arms and Weapons of Mass Destruction Suppliers

    Governments » United States » Congress » Congressional Research Service Reports January 3, 2003 Successive U.S. administrations since Iran’s 1979 Islamic revolution have viewed Iran as a potential threat to U.S. allies and forces in the Persian Gulf and i ...

  4. China's Proliferation Practices and the North Korean Nuclear Crisis: Hearing Before the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission

    Governments » United States » Congress » Hearings & Prepared Statements July 24, 2003 Chairman ROBINSON. I’d like to bring today’s hearing to order. Today the Commission will be addressing a subject that in my view is the highest priority in our legis ...

  5. Prepared Testimony by Defense Intelligence Agency Director, Vice Admiral Lowell Jacoby, Before the Senate Intelligence Committee Hearing: National Security Threats to the United States

    Governments » United States » Congress » Hearings & Prepared Statements 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 a ...

  6. Prepared Testimony by Alfonse D'Amato Before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee Hearing: Tehran's Nuclear Recklessness and the U.S. Response

    Governments » United States » Congress » Hearings & Prepared Statements November 15, 2005 The threat of Iran’s nuclear program to the US is very real, and it is highly dangerous. Make no mistake about it, if Iran is allowed to develop nuclear weapons, ...

  7. Prepared Testimony by Newt Gingrich Before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee Hearing: Tehran's Nuclear Recklessness and the U.S. Response

    Governments » United States » Congress » Hearings & Prepared Statements November 15, 2005 The central proposition of this testimony is this: the combination of two elements – the virulence of the ideology of Iran’s current regime and advanced military ...

  8. Prepared Testimony by Lieutenant General Michael Maples Before the Senate Armed Services Committee Hearing: Worldwide Threats to U.S. National Security

    Governments » United States » Congress » Hearings & Prepared Statements February 28, 2006  The United States faces a variety of complex transnational threats and potential threats from states of concern. My testimony will outline the current threat fr ...

  9. Prepared Testimony by the Director of National Intelligence, John Negroponte, Before the Senate Armed Services Committee Hearing: Worldwide Threats to U.S. National Security

    Governments » United States » Congress » Hearings & Prepared Statements February 28, 2006 Today, I will discuss: · Global jihadists, their fanatical ideology, and the civilized world’s efforts to disrupt, dismantle and destroy their networks; · The st ...

  10. Prepared Testimony by Deputy Assistant Secretary for Economic and Business Affairs Paul Simons Before the Joint Economic Committee Hearing: Energy and the Iranian Economy

    Governments » United States » Congress » Hearings & Prepared Statements July 25, 2006 Iran is an important country from a number of perspectives, and has a particularly significant place in the international oil and gas domain. But Iran is also a coun ...

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