China Caught Selling Poison Gas Ingredients to Iran

U.S. officials have detected a series of clandestine shipments of poison gas ingredients from China to Iran, sources say. And while a dozen front companies and individuals involved in the…

China’s Missile Sales to Islamabad Worry Washington

Pakistan could deploy a nuclear missile within a few years if China continues to supply missile components and know-how. A U.S. decision whether to punish China for helping Pakistan is…

China’s Cynical Calculation

 The New York Times April 24, 1995, p. A17 Secretary of State Warren Christopher could hardly have been surprised when China announced that it would sell Iran a nuclear reactor…

Testimony: American Trade Relations with China

Testimony of Gary Milhollin Professor, University of Wisconsin Law School and Director, Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control Before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Economic Policy, Trade…

A New China Syndrome: Beijing’s Atomic Bazaar

The Washington Post May 12, 1991, Page C1 It should come as no surprise that China is selling Pakistan a nuclear-capable missile and selling Algeria a reactor that could fuel…

Bombs from Beijing: A Report on China’s Nuclear and Missile Exports

INTRODUCTIONIn April 1991, U.S. intelligence revealed that China was selling Pakistan a nuclear-capable missile and selling Algeria a reactor that could make nuclear weapon material. These revelations come at a…