Pakistan’s Nuclear Capable Missiles

Pakistan has an extensive nuclear-capable ballistic missile program, as the April 1998 test-firing of the Ghauri missile illustrates. The program is almost entirely imported, despite official Pakistani claims to the…

India-Pakistan: Nuclear Weapon Update – 1998

India’s and Pakistan’s recent nuclear weapons tests have demonstrated to the world that both have bombs. The Prime Minister’s Office stated: “These tests have established that India has a proven…

Stop Exporting Nuclear Technology

Los Angeles Times October 14, 1998, p. B7 Foreign Affairs: It’s crazy to help countries build their bombs then ask them not to test them. Although 4 1/2 months have…

Testimony: Cooperation in Space and Missiles

Testimony of Gary Milhollin Professor, University of Wisconsin Law School and Director, Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control Before the House Committee on Science June 25, 1998 I am pleased…

Pakistan Needs Foreign Help to Develop Missiles

Pakistan’s lack of modern industry makes it greatly dependent on outside sources for its missile program. It must buy rocket propellant, guidance components and design and testing equipment, U.S. officials…

Pakistan: Nuclear Helpers

Belgium Supplied New Labs plutonium extraction plant Canada Supplied Kanupp power reactor including fuel and spare parts until 1976 China Supplied a tested bomb design and high-enriched uranium fuel Supplied…

Pakistan’s A-Bomb Potential

The high-enriched uranium produced at the Kahuta gas centrifuge plant near Islamabad is suitable for bombs and free from international controls. International inspectors are not allowed to visit Kahuta, so…