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Volume 27: April 1997
The monthly journal on nonproliferation and global security.
U.S., Russia Sign Amendments To CTR Program
DOE Sets First 'Subcritical' Test for June
SEANWFZ Enters Into Force; U.S. Considers Signing Protocol
Clinton Announces Reorganization Plan, ACDA To Lose Independent Status
Russian Proposal for CFE Adaptation Seeks New Limits on NATO Arms
Clinton Moves Closer to Easing Limits On Arms Sales to Latin America
Senate Gives Advice and Consent; U.S. Becomes Original CWC Party
Duma Criticizes Helsinki Outcome; Postpones START II Discussions
KEDO Reactor Project Moves Through Protocols Toward Implementation
Enhanced NPT Review Process Gets Underway at First PrepCom Session
Senate Committee Approves NMD Bill Mandating Deployment By End of 2003
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