Fire Sale

The New York Times September 18, 1995, p. A15 The Defense Department has found a new mission: to make it easier for Russia and China to improve their nuclear arsenals…

U.S. Relations with China

Congressional Digest August-September 1995, pp. 218, 220-1 China should lose trade privileges with the United States unless Beijing stops sabotaging Western efforts to curb the spread of weapons of mass…

The U.S. Could Learn from Germany’s New Export Controls

The Wall Street Journal Europe April 12, 1995, p. 6 Germany is preparing to do what most governments consider the unthinkable – reveal the names of Third World companies linked…

Testimony: The Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction

Testimony of Gary Milhollin Professor, University of Wisconsin Law School and Director, Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control Before the House Committee on National Security Subcommittee on Military Procurement and…

Sanctions Felt Worldwide

Foreign company executives often worry about the reach of U.S. sanctions for selling nuclear, missile or chemical and biological products to the wrong buyer. But companies that screen their sales…

Arsenals Abroad: Proliferation In Disguise

The New York Times July 18, 1994, p. A15 This week the House takes up a bill that would make it easier for terrorist nations to build nuclear weapons, chemical…

Testimony: Renewing the Export Administration Act

Testimony of Gary Milhollin Professor, University of Wisconsin Law School and Director, Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control Before the House Committee on Armed Services June 15, 1994 I thank…

Selling Self-Destruction: The Perils of Perry & Co.

The Washington Post February 6, 1994, p. C3 Are They Soft on Nuclear Proliferation for the Sake of the Arms Industry? “Sensible and safe.” That was the verdict of the…