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Volume 28: March 1998
The monthly journal on nonproliferation and global security.
CD Appoints 'Special Coordinator' on Landmines
Senate Vote on NATO Expansion Delayed
DOE Conducts Third Subcritical Experiment
Cochran, Inouye Introduce Alternative NMD Bill
UK Withdraws Tactical Nukes From Service
Panel Drops Arms Sales 'Code of Conduct'
Thailand Cancels F/A-18 Buy; Pakistan May Sue
UNSCOM Completes First Inspections at 'Presidential Sites'
Panel Criticizes U.S. 'Rush' To Deploy Missile Defense Systems
Yeltsin Government Shake-Up Unlikely to Affect Arms Control
CD Closes 1st Session, Establishes One
U.S. Renews Effort to Bring China into Missile Control Regime
U.S., Ukraine Sign Nuclear Accord, Agree on MTCR Accession
U.S., Russia Take New Steps to Control Technology Transfers to Iran
After BJP Election Win, Leaders Soften Line on Nuclear Weapons
UN Security Council Approves Arms Embargo on Yugoslavia
Administration Clears Way for South African Arms Trade
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