Congressional Resources on Arms Control
Noteworthy new Congressional publications on arms control-related topics include the following.
“North Korea and Its Nuclear Program — A Reality Check” (pdf), Report to the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, October 2008.
“International Convention for Suppression of Nuclear Terrorism,” Report of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, September 11, 2008.
“Technologies to Combat Weapons of Mass Destruction,” hearing before the Senate Armed Services Committee, March 12, 2008.
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