U.N. Resolution Could Close Nuclear Loopholes

The United States, Britain, France, China and Russia have all asked the U.N. Security Council to endorse one of the most ambitious attempts in decades to stop the spread of…

Nukes ‘R’ Us

The New York Times March 4, 2004, p. A31 WASHINGTON – America’s relations with Pakistan and several other Asian countries have been rocked by the discovery of the vast smuggling…

The Means to Make the Poisons Came From the West

The New York Times Week in Review April 13, 2003, pp. wk 5 As allied troops interview Iraqi scientists, the chances grow of finding the chemical weaponry that Western governments believe…

A Vile Business

The Wall Street Journal March 24, 2003, p. A16 As our soldiers fight their way across Iraq, the world is wondering what sort of weaponry they will uncover. Outside Saddam’s…

The Road to War . . . and Beyond

A Round Table Discussion Thomas Donnelly, AEI Reuel Marc Gerecht, AEI Jeane J. Kirkpatrick, AEI Gary Milhollin, Wisconsin Project on Arms Control Moderator: Danielle Pletka, AEI March 4, 2003 MS….

Export Controls: Why We Need Them More Than Ever

Keynote Address Before the Practicing Law Institute Washington, D.C. I. Introduction I am pleased to be able to discuss with you today the important subject of export control. I would…

Testimony: Iraq’s WMD Programs and Export Controls

Testimony of Gary Milhollin Professor Emeritus University of Wisconsin Law School and Director, Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control Before the Committee on Armed Services United States House of Representatives…

Psst … Can I Get A Bomb Trigger?

The New York Times Week in Review September 15, 2002 When it was revealed last week that Iraq had tried to purchase “aluminum tubes,” it seemed to many experts – and…