Lesson Learned or Business as Usual?

Record U.S. penalties imposed on ZTE may not be enough to deter the Chinese telecom giant and others from violating Iran sanctions.

Chinese Companies Evade U.S. Trade Ban

A Report by the Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control Lax enforcement of U.S. sanctions is allowing Chinese companies to continue to ship goods to the United States even after…

Chinese Exports to Iran

Today, prosecutors in New York revealed that during the past three years, Chinese firms have sold Iran materials useful for making nuclear weapons and long-range missiles. The revelations were the…

China Missile Milestones – 1956-2008

1956: China’s Ministry of Defense creates Fifth Academy to develop ballistic missiles. 1964: China tests its first atomic bomb; first flight of the Dong Feng-2 medium-range missile. 1966: Combined test…

U.S. Entity List – Annotated China Section

The Wisconsin Project presents below the China section of the current U.S. Entity List, annotated by the Wisconsin Project to increase its usefulness as a screening tool for exporters. (Learn…

Testimony: The Sanctions Charade

Testimony of Gary Milhollin Director, Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control and Professor Emeritus, University of Wisconsin Law School Before the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission March 10, 2005…

A Shell Game in the Arms Race

The New York Times February 25, 2005 Washington – President Bush has enjoyed a surprisingly jovial reception in Europe this week, but there has been a serious point of contention:…

China’s Rockets and Missiles

Chinese Missiles Dong Feng-3 or -3A (DF-3/3A) (US: CSS-2) The CSS-2/DF-3 is a single-stage, liquid fueled missile fitted with a thermonuclear warhead. It has a range of 2,800 kilometers and…