Nuclear Arms Proliferation
The subcommittee heard testimony from the head of the Central Intelligence Agency on the nuclear capability of “rogue regimes” around the world. Countries brought up in the hearing included North Korea, Cuba, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Syria, Serbia, the Sudan, and Burma. James Woolsey discussed U.S. foreign policy concerning these countries and the efforts of other politically unstable countries to obtain nuclear weapons. close
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U.S. Role in Iranian Arms Transfer
The committee considered H.R. 416, to establish a select subcommittee of the International Relations Committee to…
Arms Control and Nuclear Proliferation
House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Arms Control, International Security and Science held a session that discussed…
Arms Control in Asia
The House Foreign Affairs subcmte. on Asian & Pacific Affairs held a hearing on Arms Control in Asia.
U.S. Arms Control Policy
House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing with testimony from Ronald F. Lehman II concerning U.S. arms control policy.