What China Didn’t Need to Steal

The New York Times May 5, 1999, p. A31 Americans are right to be outraged that a suspected Chinese spy may have stolen the computer codes for the entire United…

Testimony: Reauthorization of the Export Administration Act

Testimony of Gary Milhollin Professor Emeritus, University of Wisconsin Law School and Director, Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control Before the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs, Subcommittee…

U.S. Exports to China 1988-1998: Fueling Proliferation

A Report by the Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control Table of Contents Executive Summary Section I, Part A  Dual-use American Equipment Licensed for Export to China, 1988 – 1998…

Helping Others Build the Bomb

Washington Post December 14, 1998, p. A23 The Department of Energy has issued a new warning about the nuclear weapon efforts of China, India and Pakistan. In June, the department…

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: US Export Controls on Dual-Use Technology

Testimony of Gary Milhollin Professor, University of Wisconsin Law School and Director, Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control Before the Senate Armed Services Committee July 9, 1998 I am pleased…

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…

Testimony: US Satellite Exports and China

Testimony of Gary Milhollin Professor, University of Wisconsin Law School and Director, Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control Before the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations June 11, 1998 I am…

Should We Sell Supercomputers to Algeria?

The New York Times April 24, 1998, p. A26 Since January, the Clinton Administration has been quietly circumventing a new law designed to keep American supercomputers away from third world…