The Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation criticized the federal government today for undercutting its own non-proliferation and homeland security policies by selling equipment that can be used to make biological weapons.
This week: News updates and a new report Defense radar to be assembled in Corpus Christi Missile Defense Agency Will Choose Kinetic Interceptor This Year Report of the Defense Science Board/Air Force Scientific Advisory Board Joint Task Force on Acquisition of National Security Space Programs 1. Defense radar to be assembled in Corpus Christi 25-story […]
The United States does not know exactly what chemical or biological weapons Iraq possesses and does not know exactly what their impact would be on U.S. forces; but Iraq is limited in its delivery capability.
In the interest of national and global security, the United States and all of its allies must uphold the standards of international behavior that they seek to enforce and must not use chemical incapacitating agents or chemical riot control agents in the war with Iraq.
On September 24, 2002, Matthew Bunn, Harvard scholar and a Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation board member, testified before the House Government Reform Subcommittee on National Security and Veteran’s Affairs. His testimony addressed the topic of nuclear terrorism and laid out a series of recommendations for Congress on steps to prevent nuclear or radiological […]