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Thursday, December 02, 2004

 
Michael Krepon calls for substantive Indo-Pakistan engagement on Kashmir in The Hindu
Michael Krepon comments on space weaponization for the November issue of Arms Control Today
Elizabeth Turpen discusses unsecured nuclear materials in the world on C-SPAN's Washington JournalVIDEO
Michael Krepon on US military dominance, terrorism, and WMD
Testimony of Victoria Holt before the House International Relations Committee, Africa Subcommittee, 8 October 2004
Emile El-Hokayem comments on Iran's nuclear program in the Daily Star
Stimson partner MIPT launches new Terrorism Knowledge Base

 
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New on the ISIS Website ~~
Correction noted in the Global Fissile Material Inventories. Corrected .pdf version of Tables 1 and 1c in Chapter 7 now available.
ISIS Issues Brief: Fate of High Explosives at Al Qaqaa Still Unknown: Increasing Indications That Some Looted, David Albright and Corey Hinderstein, November 4, 2004
Countdown to Showdown, by David Albright and Corey Hinderstein, appearing in the November/December 2004 edition of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists.[Link opens new window at the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists]
Stockpiles Still Growing, by David Albright and Kimberly Kramer, appearing in the November/December 2004 edition of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. [Link opens file in .pdf format]
ISIS Issue Brief: The South Korean Laser Isotope Separation Experience, By Mark Gorwitz, Special Contributor to ISIS Online, September 27, 2004. Revised: October 5, 2004
ISIS Report: Global Fissile Material Inventories
ISIS Issue Brief: Parchin: Possible Nuclear Weapons-Related Site in Iran, By David Albright and Corey Hinderstein, September 13, 2004.
ISIS Analysis: Asher Karni Case Shows Weakness in Nuclear Export Controls, By Jacob Blackford, September 8, 2004
Uncovering the Nuclear Black Market: Working Toward Closing Gaps in the International Nonproliferation Regime: presented at the Institute for Nuclear Materials Management Annual Conference 2004.
Verifiable, Irreversible, Cooperative Dismantlement of the DPRK's Nuclear Weapons Program: presented at the Institute for Nuclear Materials Management Annual Conference 2004.
From ISIS Press ~~
Transcript: "Building Nuclear Confidence on the Korean PeninsulaProceedings of the July 23-24, 2001 Workshop"Sponsored by the Technology Center for Nuclear Control and the Korea Institute for National Unification
Solving the North Korean Nuclear PuzzleRead about ISIS's publication, which describes the decade-long effort to ensure that North Korea does not have nuclear weapons.
The principal findings of the book can be found in the Epilogue.
Other materials relevant to Solving the North Korean Nuclear Puzzle:
Press Release
Remarks by David Albright
Remarks by Kevin O'Neill
Table of Contents
What Others Say About the Book
Contributing Authors
Purchase this Book
Nuclear Terrorism
"Nuclear Non-Proliferation Concerns and Export Controls in Russia" by David Albright (Testimony before the Senate Governmental Affairs Committee, June 6 2002).
"Bin Laden and the Bomb,"by David Albright, Kathryn Buehler, and Holly Higgins. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, January/February 2002.
Al Qaeda Nuclear and Conventional Explosive Documents: CNN - ISIS Collaboration
"Securing Pakistan's Nuclear Weapons Complex," by David Albright (Paper commissioned and sponsored by the Stanley Foundation for the 42nd Strategy for Peace Conference, Strategies for Regional Security (South Asia Working Group), October 25-27, 2001, Airlie Conference Center, Warrenton, Virginia.)
"Securing Pakistan's Nuclear Arsenal: Priciples for Assistance," an ISIS Issue Brief by David Albright, Kevin O'Neill and Corey Hinderstein, October 4, 2001. [*.html version]
"South Africa's Nuclear Weapons Storage Vault," an ISIS Issue Brief by David Albright and Corey Hinderstein, October 4, 2001. [*.html version]
"The First Casualty of the War on Terrorism must not be Pakistan: Pakistan's Nuclear Weapons must not fall into Terrorists' Hands," ISIS Press Release, September 18, 2001 [*.pdf version] (requires Adobe Acrobat reader)[*.html version]
"Nuclear Terrorism: The Unthinkable Nightmare," ISIS Issue Brief by David Albright, Kevin O'Neill and Corey Hinderstein, September 13, 2001 [*.pdf version] (requires Adobe Acrobat reader)[*.html version]
"The Nuclear Terrorist Threat," by Kevin O'Neill, August, 1997 [*.pdf version] (requires Adobe Acrobat reader)
"South Africa's Nuclear Weaponization Efforts: Success on a Small Scale", by David Albright and Corey Hinderstein, September 13, 2001 [*.pdf version](requires Adobe Acrobat reader)
Conference Proceedings ~~
Addressing Excess Stocks of Civil and Military Plutonium Proceedings of the December 10, 2001 ISIS Conference
Understanding the Lessons of Nuclear Inspections and Monitoring in Iraq: A Ten-Year Review"
Keynote address by Assistant Secretary of State Robert Einhorn
Lunchtime address by former UNSCOM Deputy Executive Director Robert Gallucci
Presentation by former IAEA Action Team Deputy Leader Dimitri Perricos
Presentation by former Action Team inspector Jere Nichols
Panel on Lessons Learned, featuring Garry Dillon, Ephraim Asculai, and Michael Eisenstadt
Case Studies of Nuclear Export Control ViolationsIndex of individuals who contributed to ISIS's understanding of export control violations, including the CV of Khidhir Hamza.
The Export Control Index includes five papers prepared by ISIS for two seminars in Russia, held in April 2001. The papers discuss how Iraq obtained sensitive nuclear-related and dual-use items, technology and "know-how" in the 1980s from Karl Heinz Schaab, Bruno Stemmler, Dietrich Hinze, and others.
Civil Separated Plutonium Stocks--Planning for the FutureGo to an index of the proceedings of the March 2000 ISIS-sponsored conference.
Remarks by Michael RietzRietz is German criminal defense lawyer whose clients include Hinze and Schaab. He addressed an ISIS-sponsored luncheon on December 10, 1999 where he discussed his clients' motives for providing sensitive technologies to Iraq's nuclear and missile programs prior to the Persian Gulf War.
Satellite Imagery ~~
ISIS Issue Brief: Is the Activity at Al Qaim Related to Nuclear Efforts? by David Albright and Corey Hinderstein, September 10, 2002.
Evaluation of a 1-meter satellite image of the Algerian nuclear reactor site.
Annotated images of Algeria's nuclear site at Ain Oussera.
An Overhead Tour: The Yongbyon Nuclear Siteby David Albright and Corey Hinderstein (On-line version of chapter 3 from Solving the North Korean Nuclear Puzzle).
Publications, Papers and Assessments ~~
New -->ISIS Report: Global Fissile Material Inventories
Plutonium Watch--Tracking Civil Plutonium Inventories, by David Albright and Kimberly Kramer, June 2004
ISIS Issue Brief: Is the Activity at Al Qaim Related to Nuclear Efforts? by David Albright and Corey Hinderstein, September 10, 2002.
North Korea: It's Taking Too Long, by David Albright and Holly Higgins. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, January/February 2002.
Press Release announcing the publication of "The Iraqi Maze: Searching for a Way Out," by David Albright and Kevin O'Neill, in the Fall-Winter 2001 issue of The Nonproliferation Review.
David Albright's remarks before the U.S.-Korea Working Group at the Brookings Institute.
Algeria: Big deal in the desert? from the May/June 2001 issue of The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists by David Albright and Corey Hinderstein.
Stay the Course on North Korea, a policy brief by Holly Higgins urging the Bush administration to continue to engage North Korea, particularly with respect to the 1994 Agreed Framework. The press release for the policy brief can be found here.
ISIS Press Release, March 1, 2001 -- 1979 South Atlantic "Flash" is Consistent with a Nuclear Explosion, According to Newly Declassified Energy Department DocumentsFindings dispute public explanation offered by Presidential panel at the time of the event.
Plutonium Watch--Tracking Civil Plutonium Inventories: End of 1999, by David Albright and Mark Gorwitz, October 2000
India's and Pakistan's Fissile Material and Nuclear Weapons Inventories, end of 1999, by David Albright
Iraq's Efforts to Acquire Information about Nuclear Weapons and Nuclear-Related Technologies from the United Statesby David Albright and Kevin O'Neill. This report, prepared for the Department of Energy, summarizes a draft report authored by, and transcripts of interviews with, former Iraqi scientist Khidhir Hamza. The ISIS summary report was the subject of an article in the New York Times, which appeared on March 22, 2000.
Comparison of Drafts of Comprehensive Security Council Resolution on Iraqby David Albright and Corey Hinderstein. A copy of UN Security Council Resolution 1284, which established UNMOVIC, can be found here.

 
The Cruise Missile Challenge Overview
November 16, 2004By Thomas MahnkenThis backgrounder provides a basic overview on cruise missiles and their likely increasing threat to US security.
Small Combat Ships and the Future of the Navy
October 30, 2004By Robert WorkThe Navy is wisely preparing to introduce a new, small ship design, but it should evaluate prototypes comprehensively before moving into production. Originally published in Issues in Science an
 
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Latest Reports and Articles
Disposal of Surplus Small Arms: A survey of policies and practices in OSCE countries, Joint Report with Bonn International Center for Conversion, Saferworld, and The Small Arms Survey, February 2004.
Shattered Lives: The Case for Tough International Arms Control (October 2003, 100 pages). Published by Amnesty International and Oxfam. Released in conjunction with the Control Arms campaign, launched 9 October 2003. See the report on the Control Arms Web site.
Conventional Arms Transfers to Developing Nations, 1995-2002, Congressional Research Service, September 2003. See the full report on the Federation of American Scientists' Web site.
Challenging Conventional Wisdom: Debunking the Myths and Exposing Risks of Arms Export Reform (June 2003, 223 pages). Edited by Tamar Gabelnick, former director of the Arms Sales Monitoring Project at the Federation of American Scientists, and Rachel Stohl, senior analyst at the Center for Defense Information. See the summary on CDI's page for more information.
Arming Saddam: The Yugoslav Connection by the International Crisis Group, 3 December 2002. (Note: The link takes you to the page where you can read the Executive Summary and download the full report.)

Report of the Experts Team Visit to Ukraine, US-UK Report, 13-20 October 2002. A joint US-UK. team of experts visited Ukraine October 13-20, 2002 to investigate the possibility of the transfer of a Kolchuga passive detection system to Iraq either directly or through a third party.


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New SIPRI Policy Paper on the EU Code of Conduct published
SIPRI Policy Paper No. 8, The European Union Code of Conduct on Arms Exports: Improving the Annual Report, by Sibylle Bauer and Mark Bromley, is now available.

 
Security
House Bill Introduces 'SMART Security' ResolutionOne year after the invasion of Iraq, terrorist attacks are up, American troops are daily targets in a messy occupation, and real weapons of mass destruction proliferate among our enemies. America is ready for a new direction that promotes true security by reducing threats from terror, weapons of mass destruction, and rogue states. On Thursday, March 19, a resolution modeled after PSR's SMART Security campaign platform was introduced in the House of Representatives to provide an alternative vision of global security. For more information visit our SMART Security webpage.
PSR Responds to Bush Non-proliferation Speech In February 2004 President Bush offered a series of seven proposals to counter the spread of weapons of mass destruction. Many of the ideas are ones put forward by PSR in the past. This paper is PSR's initial analysis of, and reaction to, the Bush proposals. Click here to learn more about PSR's work on nuclear non-prolifertaion.
PSR Launches 'Energy Security Initiative' Linking Energy Policy, Public Health and National SecurityPhysicians for Social Responsibility hosted a briefing on U.S. Energy Policy and Human Health, bringing together experts to discuss the social and security impacts of the existing nuclear and fossil fuel-based energy system. Visit PSR's new Energy Security Initiative website for more information.

 
The Cruise Missile Challenge Overview
November 16, 2004By Thomas MahnkenThis backgrounder provides a basic overview on cruise missiles and their likely increasing threat to US security.
Small Combat Ships and the Future of the Navy
October 30, 2004By Robert WorkThe Navy is wisely preparing to introduce a new, small ship design, but it should evaluate prototypes comprehensively before moving into production. Originally published in Issues in Science and Technology.
Spending on Defense, Homeland Security and Related Activities Since 9/11
October 20, 2004By Steven KosiakThis piece provides an updated guide to spending on defense, homeland security and other activities above what would have been projected prior to the terrorist attacks of 9/11, some $513 billion.
Transforming the Fleet: Steering a Course Through Uncharted Waters
October 18, 2004Robert WorkPresentation slides from Senior Fellow Robert Work's presentation on the Hill with a first look analysis at capabilities based strategic planning for transforming the naval fleet.
Forging the Sword: Unit-Manning in the US Army
October 6, 2004Pat TowellA report providing a thorough analysis of the Army's decision to organize combat units according to "Unit Focused Stabilization."
Moving Forward on Long-Range Strike
September 27, 2004Barry WattsThis backgrounder analyzes the US Air Forces ability to deliver long-range strike, now and in the long term.
Iraq Series
Click here to find all Operation Iraqi Freedom related CSBA analysis.
Matching Resources with Requirements: Options for Modernizing the US Air Force
September 1, 2004Steven M. KosiakCan the Air Force afford its modernization plan? Steven Kosiak finds it unlikely and offers four options for modernizing and maintaining air superiority.
Intelligence Reform and the Next CIA Director
August 7, 2004Michael VickersA brief historical look at CIA directors, current intelligence reform efforts and what the next director needs to know.
FY 2005 Black Budget Analysis
July 28, 2004Steven M. KosiakAn analysis of the black or classified budget within the FY 2005 Department of Defense budget request.
FY 2005 House and Senate Authorization Comparison
June 25, 2004Steven M. KosiakThis update compares similarities and differences between the House and Senate FY 2005 authorization bills prior to conference.

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