1996 France Special Weapons News
- U.S.-FRENCH RIVALRY: THE 'SOLANA TOAST' SKIRMISH AND OTHER TIFFS (Foreign Media Reaction Daily Digest - 19 December 1996)
- France Decommissions Nuclear Missiles
CDISS News and Views - September 1996
- FAREWELL TO SOME ARMS TIME International March 4, 1996
- United States, France, and the United Kingdom to Sign Protocols of the South Pacific Nuclear-Free Zone Treaty Statement by White House Press Secretary, March 22, 1996.
- Disarmament champion News from France vol 96.4 - March 1st 1996 -- In a televised interview, President Jacques Chirac announced that France is now "able to reduce its nuclear arsenal." To fulfill this objective, Chirac took the bold initiative of closing "immediately" a nuclear plant at Pierrelatte, south of Lyon. It is the only one in France producing plutonium and weapons-grade enriched uranium.
- Major military maneuvers EVENEMENT News from France vol 96.4 - March 1st 1996 - On February 22, President Jacques Chirac announced a comprehensive plan to reorganize French defense. Reform is necessary because France no longer faces a threat of "invading hordes."
- The new-style Armed Forces
President Jacques Chirac - February 22, 1996
- The new-style Armed Forces 22 February 1996
- A new start for the Defence industry
- Congress Members Boycott Chirac Speech over Nuclear Tests By Peggy Hu USIA 01 February 1996 -- In protest against French nuclear testing in the South Pacific, several lawmakers boycotted French President Jacques Chirac's address to a joint session of Congress.
- Tomorrow, a Eurobomb? By Mark Hibbs Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists January/February 1996 Vol. 52, No. 1
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