The Pentagon and the Bomb

Structuring the Department of Defense to Combat Nuclear Arms Proliferation What U.N. inspection teams discovered in the aftermath of the gulf war–that a massive, secret nuclear weapon program had brought…

Testimony: U.S. Exports to Iraq

Testimony of Gary Milhollin Professor, University of Wisconsin Law School and Director, Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control Before the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs October 27,…

Winking at Proliferation

The Washington Post August 16, 1992, p. C2 Why Are U.S. Firms Still Able to Aid the Mideast Missile Race? The Bush administration this summer has missed a major opportunity…

Missiles too Dangerous to Name

On June 16, 1992 the U.S. Department of Commerce published its long-awaited list of missile projects in the Third World. The list was supposed to plant a red flag on…

Licensing Mass Destruction: U.S. Exports to Iraq: 1985-1990

INTRODUCTION The U.S. Department of Commerce licensed more than $1.5 billion worth of sensitive U.S. exports to Iraq from 1985 to 1990.[1] Most were “dual-use” items, capable of making nuclear…

Sensitive U.S. Exports to WMD Procurement Agents in Iraq

Testimony of Gary Milhollin Director, Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control Before the House and Senate Joint Economic Committee Subcommittee on Technology and National Security April 23, 1991 I am…

Designing the Third World Bomb

Wisconsin Academy Review Winter 1990-1991, p.15-18 The conflict in the Gulf should refocus attention on a frightening fact of modern life: Third World tyrants, armed with missiles and A-bombs, are…