Nuclear Breakout in the Middle East?

bitterlemons-international.org December 11, 2003 Since the 1960s, when Israel produced its first A-bomb’s worth of plutonium, it has enjoyed a surprisingly long-lived monopoly on nuclear weapons in the Middle East….

What’s ‘Cheating’ in Farsi?

The Wall Street Journal November 13, 2003, p. A18 Iran has just revealed that for more than a decade it has been running secret programs to produce plutonium and enriched…

The Mullahs and the Bomb

The New York Times October 23, 2003, p. A27 WASHINGTON – With much fanfare, and the reluctant endorsement of the Bush administration, Iran has vowed to suspend its controversial effort…

Remarks on Iran’s Nuclear Program

Remarks to the Democratic Study Group on National Security by Gary Milhollin October 16, 2003 I am pleased to be able to address this distinguished group on an important question:…

The Missile Threat: Who Has What and Where Did They Get It?

Remarks at the Conference on Transatlantic Cooperation on Missile Defense Aspen Institute Berlin Rome, Italy It is a pleasure and an honor to discuss missile defense before this expert and…

Iran’s Nuclear Program: For Electricity or a Bomb?

The New York Times Week in Review August 3, 2003 This summer, international attention has been focusing on nuclear sites in Iran.  Kenneth Brill, the American representative at the International…

We Still Face the Menace of Iraq’s Hidden Horrors

The Los Angeles Times May 22, 2003, p. A13 Saddam Hussein’s regime has been deposed, and the world is slowly losing interest in Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction. There are…

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…