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Volume 27: June/July 1997
The monthly journal on nonproliferation and global security.
NMD Sensor Test Successful
Security Council Responds to Iraqi Intransigence
U.S., North Korea Meet for Missile Discussions
Senate Calls for Sanctions on China
DOE Conducts 'Subcritical' Test
Brazil to Consider Joining the NPT
'Rolling Text' for BWC Protocol Introduced
Rokhlin Warns Yeltsin on State of Nuclear Forces
CD Ends Session Without Resolving Divide Over Agenda
CFE Parties Agree on 'Basic Elements' For Negotiating Adaptation Accord
Clinton Set to Submit CTBT to Senate; Japan Ratifies
Clinton, Yeltsin Make Arms Control Gains Before 'G-8' Summit in Denver
NATO Issues Three Invitations; Signs Separate Charter With Ukraine
Indian, Pakistani Missile Activities Accelerate As Bilateral Talks Continue
Congress Considers Tightening Export Controls for Supercomputers
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