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    • Proliferation Analysis

    Classified Intelligence Estimate Assesses Worst Case Responses

    • August 29, 2000

    A National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) on the possible implications of the United States deploying National Missile Defenses (NMD) was delivered by the Intelligence Community to President Clinton the week of August 7th, after several months of preparation.

    • Proliferation Analysis

    The Depths of the Russian Navy

    • August 29, 2000

    The story of the Russian nuclear submarine sunk at the bottom of the Barents Sea with a 116-man crew is terrifying, but it should not be a surprise, especially to the Russian navy," asserts Carnegie's Alexander Pikayev in a New York Times op-ed dated August 16. As Russia accepts British assistance to rescue the crew of the Russian nuclear submarine Kursk, the plight of the entire Russian Navy has come under the spotlight. The following is an excerpt from "A Navy in Need.

    • Op-Ed

    Message Implicit in Kursk Disaster

    • Op-Ed

    Navy In Need

    • August 16, 2000
    • Carnegie

    • Event

    Protecting Nuclear Materials in the Former Soviet Union

    Assessing Current Efforts and Recommendations for Future Action Joint Non-Proliferation Project/RANSAC Event, August 15, 2000

    • Proliferation Analysis

    Arms Control and the Election: Senator Lieberman's Record

    • August 10, 2000

    By choosing Senator Joseph Lieberman for a running mate, Presidential Candidate Al Gore adds a Senator with strong convictions on national missile defense (NMD) and considerable expertise on arms-control to the Democratic Presidential ticket.

    • Proliferation Analysis

    Pentagon Delays Assessment of U.S. NMD

    • August 10, 2000

    Ihe Pentagon's assessment of the program to develop a National Missile Defense (NMD) system has been delayed by "several weeks", and is now expected in early September.

    • Proliferation Analysis

    A "Symbolically Historic" Encounter in Bangkok

    • July 31, 2000

    In the highest level talks since 1953, U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright met North Korea’s Foreign Minister Paek Nam-sun in Bangkok. The meeting took place during the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) Regional Forum, which North Korea was attending for the first time. Secretary Albright said the meeting was a "symbolically historic step away from the sterility and hostility of the past." The 70-minute discussion – which lasted twice as long as had been scheduled –was "a useful and substantive exchange of views," according to one State Department official. Secretary Albright said she had addressed all issues of American concern, including North Korea’s missile program and had asked about Pyongyang's reported willingness to end this program in exchange for space launch services. The Secretary received no clarification on this point.

    • Proliferation Analysis

    Arms Control and the Election: Party Platforms

    • July 31, 2000

    The Republican Party will adopt its official platform at this week's Convention in Philadelphia. The draft platform basically mirrors the position of candidate George W. Bush and will likely be approved with little modification. Two weeks from now, the Democratic Party will complete their own platform for adoption by the Party convention in Los Angeles.

    • Proliferation Analysis

    China's Proliferation Record

    • July 25, 2000
    • Carnegie

    During the years of isolation from the West, China’s posture rhetorically favored nuclear weapons proliferation, particularly in the Third World, as a rallying point for anti-imperialism. Through the 1970s, China’s policy was not to oppose nuclear proliferation, which it still saw as limiting U.S. and Soviet power.

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