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  1. A Peaceful Nuclear Iran?

    Last week, my organization received a call from a staff member on Capitol Hill who had an interesting question: how much nuclear energy could Iran produce with its current stockpile of enriched uranium? The staff member, like most journalists and even the ...

  2. Association of Women in International Trade: Developments in EU Export Controls and Sanctions

    On May 30, the Association of Women in International Trade (WIIT) held a panel discussion to explore developments in EU export controls and sanctions. Executive Director of Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control, Valerie Lincy, joined Dr. Andrea Viski a ...

  3. Ballistic Missiles: Who are the Future Suppliers?

    In February, the Director of Central Intelligence, George Tenet, told Congress that North Korea is on the verge of developing ballistic missiles capable of hitting the continental United States. Tenet said that the Taepo-Dong I missile that North Korea te ...

  4. Evaluating a Nuclear Deal with Iran

    Presentation for Congressional Staff at the Rayburn House Office Building June 19, 2015 Speeches and Testimony Throughout the ongoing talks on Iran’s nuclear program, the Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control and Iran Watch have been supportive of a d ...

  5. Hearing on "China's Nuclear Forces"

    Testimony before the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission June 10, 2021 Speeches and Testimony Nuclear Missile Table of Contents Opening Remarks Background Past Nuclear and Missile Transfers by SOEs The Rise of the Private Actor The Prolifer ...

  6. Hearing on China's Proliferation Record

    Wisconsin Project Testimony before the House Committee on International Relations and National Security June 17, 1998 Speeches and Testimony I am pleased to appear today before these distinguished Committees. I have been asked to discuss U.S. policy on sa ...

  7. Hearing on China's Role in the Spread of Weapons of Mass Destruction

    I am pleased to appear today before this distinguished Subcommittee, which has asked me to discuss China's role in the spread of weapons of mass destruction. I have been asked to respond to two questions: First, how effective is our present "enga ...

  8. Hearing on China's WMD Exports

    Today, China's exports are the most serious proliferation threat in the world. They have been so for the past decade and a half. Since 1980, China has supplied billions of dollars' worth of nuclear weapon, chemical weapon and missile technology t ...

  9. Hearing on Export Control and Arms Proliferation: China and Russia

    If we look around the world today, and ask ourselves what are the "pacing items" in the spread of mass destruction weapons, the answer is clear: they are Chinese and Russian exports. Sales by these two countries are now fueling the spread of chem ...

  10. Hearing on Export Control Compliance: Ensuring Safety, Increasing Efficiency

    For over a decade, we have seen a consistent push by industry to weaken U.S. controls on the export of militarily sensitive technologies. Though tasked with protecting U.S. national security, successive administrations have succumbed to the pressure to &qu ...

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