January/February 2005 Bibliography
OF SPECIAL INTEREST
Buckley, Chris, “ China Uses Defense Report to Renew Warnings to Taiwan,” New York Times, December 28, 2004.
Demick, Barbara, “Talk Swirling of North Korean Regime Collapse,” Los Angeles Times, December 29, 2004, p. A5.
Linzer, Dafna, “IAEA Leader's Phone Tapped; U.S. Pores Over Transcripts to Try to Oust Nuclear Chief,” The Washington Post, December 12, 2004, p. A01.
Lynch, Colum, “Test Ban Network Probably Detected Quake But Was Unequipped to Warn of Tsunami,” The Washington Post, December 30, 2004, p. A24.
Niblett, Robin, “The United States, The European Union, and the Lifting of the Arms Embargo on China,” Center for Strategic and International Studies, September 30, 2004.
Baumgart, Claudia, and Harald Muller, “A Nuclear Weapons-Free Zone in the Middle East: A Pie in the Sky?,” The Washington Quarterly, Winter 2004, p. 45.
Broad, William J., David E. Sanger, and Elaine Sciolino, “Arms Inspectors Said to Seek Access to Iran Sites,” New York Times, December 2, 2004.
Cordesman, Anthony H, “ Iran’s Developing Military Capabilities,” Center for Strategic and International Studies , December 14, 2004.
Efron, Sonni, “U.S. Options Few in Feud With Iran; Alarmed at Tehran's nuclear ambitions, Washington for now can only watch and wait,” Los Angeles Times, December 13, 2004, p. A1.
Gertz, Bill, “ U.S. told of Iranian effort to create nuclear warhead,” The Washington Times, December 2, 2004, p. A3.
Glick, Caroline, “Feith to 'Post': US action against Iran can't be ruled out,” The Jerusalem Post , December 12, 2004.
Golovnina, Maria, “ Iran tells Russia to expand nuclear ties,” Reuters, December 15, 2004.
Melman, Yossi, “A `catch as catch can' nuclear policy,” Haaretz International, December 16, 2004.
“Middle East Briefing- Iran: Where Next on the Nuclear Standoff?,” International Crisis Group , November 24, 2004.
Murphy, Dan, “Why Iran Wants its Own Nuclear Deterrent,” Christian Science Monitor, December 2, 2004, p. World 4.
Rice, Susan E., “We Need a Real Iran Policy,”The Washington Post, December 30, 2004, p. A27.
Sanger, David E., “ U.S. Wants to Block Iran's Nuclear Ambition, but Diplomacy Seems to Be the Only Path,” The New York Times, December 12, 2004, p. A8.
Wright, Robin, “Freeing Ourselves to Take Bold Diplomatic Action,” The Washington Post, December 26, 2004, p. B7.
Becker, Jasper, “Shifting signs in North Korea,” The Christian Science Monitor, December 1, 2004, p. World1.
Marquand, Robert, “ North Korea's nukes: advanced, but hidden,” Christian Science Monitor , December 21, 2004, p. A1.
Cossa, Ralph A., “Time to Call North Korea’s Bluff,” International Herald Tribune, December 7, 2004.
“ North Korea's Proliferation Activities Said to Have Limits,” The Chosun Ilbo, December 29, 2004, Fifield, Anna, “ US refuses to budge as N Korea impasse drags on,” Financial Times, December 2, 2004.
Sanger, David E., and William J. Broad, “ North Korea Said to Expand Arms Program,” The New York Times, December 6, 2004, p. A1.
Hayes, Peter, and Jungmin Kang, and Li Bin, Tatsujiro Suzuki, and Richard Tanter, “South Korea's nuclear surprise,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, January/February 2005, pp. 40-49.
Hibbs, Mark, “ROK military said to have begun nuclear weapons plan in 1980s,” Nucleonics Week, November 18, 2004, p. 14.
Bokhari, Farhan, and Roula Khalaf, “ Pakistan to let IAEA question Khan,” Financial Times , December 10, 2004. p. World12.
Broad, William J., and David E. Sanger, "As Nuclear Secrets Emerge in Khan Inquiry, More Are Suspected, New York Times,” December 26, 2004.
Efron, Sonni, “Musharraf Scorns Nuclear Probe: Pakistani leader defends his decision to deny monitors access to accused proliferator Abdul Qadeer Khan as a matter of national pride,” Los Angeles Times, December 6, 2004, p. A4.
Nartker, Mike, “Pakistani Ambassador “Outlines New Nuclear Security Measures Imposed After Khan Scandal,” Global Security Newswire, December 16, 2004.
Rempel, William C., and Douglas Frantz, “Global Nuclear Inquiry Stalls, Authorities fear that the extent of a Pakistani scientist's proliferation ring remains unknown and that it will resume work if pressures ease,” Los Angeles Times, December 5, 2004, p. A1.
Felgenhauer, Pavel, “Long-Range and Pointless,” Moscow Times, December 21, 2004.
Holley, David, “Russia Seeks Safety in Nuclear Arms: No more a superpower, its conventional forces greatly weakened, Moscow increasingly relies on the deterrent power of atomic weapons,” Los Angeles Times, December 6, 2004, p. A1.
Nartker, Mike, “Bush Seeks More Russian Access to U.S. Nuclear Sites,” Global Security Newswire, December 21, 2004.
“Over 80 Percent of Russian Strategic Missile Systems Past Assured Service Life,” Interfax-AVN, December 10, 2004.
“Russia Elevates Nuclear Arsenal in Response to Poor State of Conventional Forces,” Global Security Newswire, December 6, 2004.
“Russian nuclear forces to be kept at containment ability level,” Itar-Tass, December 10, 2004.
Timofeeva, Irina, “Does Anybody Want World War III?,” Novaya Gazeta, November 29, 2004 – December 1, 2004, No 88, p. 15.
II. NUCLEAR NONPROLIFERATION
Braun, Chaim, and Christopher F. Chyba, “Proliferation Rings: New Challenges to the Nuclear Nonproliferation Regime.” International Security, Fall 2004, Volume 29, Number 2, pp. 5-49.
Gahlaut, Seema, and Michael Beck, and Scott Jones, and Dan Joyner, “Roadmap to Reform: Creating a New Multilateral Export Control Regime,” Center for International Trade and Security , October 2004.
Horowitz, Michael, “Who’s Behind That Curtain? Unveiling Potential Leverage over Pyongyang ,” The Washington Quarterly, Winter 2004, pp 21-44.
“How to Approach Iran,” The Washington Post, December 13, 2004, p. A21.
Linzer, Dafna, “Nuclear Capabilities May Elude Terrorists, Experts Say,” The Washington Post , December 29, 2004, p. A1.
Mintz, John, “Technical Hurdles Separate Terrorists From Biowarfare,” The Washington Post , December 30, 2004, p. A1.
Singer, Clifford, and James Walsh, and Dean Wilkening, “Reinventing Multilateralism,” Institute of Government and Public Affairs , 2004.
III. CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS ISSUES
Smithson, Amy, “Biological Weapons: Can Fear Overwhelm Inaction?,” The Washington Quarterly , Winter 2004, p. 165.
Warrick, Joby, “An Easier, but Less Deadly, Recipe for Terror,” The Washington Post, December 31, 2004, p. A1.
IV. U.S. POLICY
Finlay, Brian D., and Charles D. Ferguson, “Tougher measures needed on terror weapons,” Newsday, December 20, 2004, p. A39.
Gabel, Josiane, “The Role of U.S. Nuclear Weapons after September 11,” The Washington Quarterly, Winter 2004, p. 181.
Malenic Marina, “ U.S. Denies Manipulating North Korea Intelligence,” Global Security Newswire , December 13, 2004.
McDonald, Mark, “U.S. and Russian nuclear missiles are still on hair-trigger alert," Knight Ridder Newspapers, December 16, 2004.
Ruppe, David, “Bush Administration Could Seek to Bypass House Committee Chairman on Nuke Research Funding,” Global Security Newswire, December 16, 2004.
Schweid, Barry, “American diplomatic drive comes up short,” Associated Press, December 14, 2004.
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