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Volume 27: October 1997
The monthly journal on nonproliferation and global security.
U.S. Buys Moldovan Aircraft to Prevent Acquisition by Iran
CIA Says Seismic Event Near Russian Test Site Not a Nuclear Explosion
United States Remains on Top Of UN Conventional Arms Register
Parties Complete Weapons Reductions Under Balkan Arms Control Accord
Following Summit, Clinton Looks To Activate Sino-U.S. Nuclear Accord
U.S., Russia Seek Compromise Over Disputed Computers
Senate Panels Begin Hearings On CTB Treaty and Stewardship
Russia and Iran Join CWC; Membership Total Reaches 104
U.S., Russian Missile Commanders Agree to New Transparency Measures
Iraqi BW Program May Be Key to Standoff with UN
U.S. Test-Fires 'MIRACL' at Satellite Reigniting ASAT Weapons Debate
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