The New York Times
The Week in Review
December 20, 1998
Arms inspectors have been trying for seven years to verify that Iraq has kept its promise to destroy its chemical, nuclear, and biological warfare capacity, but say many pieces of the puzzle are still unaccounted for. This table was compiled by the Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control, a research group based in Washington that tracks the spread of weapons of mass destruction. The authors, Gary Milhollin and Kelly Nugent, based their work principally on reports from the United Nations Special Commission and the International Atomic Energy Agency, and statements by Richard Butler, the commission’s chief inspector.
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