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– Amb. Thomas Hajnoczi
Chair, MTCR
May 19, 2021
2002 ACT Index

The following is a complete index of materials printed in Arms Control Today in 2002.

The index is organized according to 5 categories:

Authors Briefings Documents Factfiles Subjects


Authors

Bleek, Philipp C.:

“Nuclear Posture Review Released, Stresses Flexible Force Planning,” Jan./Feb., p. 28;

“Report Says U.S. Studying New Nuclear Capabilities,” Jan./Feb., p. 37;

“Threat Reduction Boosted by Policy Review, Spending Bills,” Jan./Feb., p. 30;

“U.S., Russia Complete START I Reductions,” Jan./Feb., p. 33;

“Bush Administration Reaffirms Negative Security Assurances,” Mar., p. 23;

“Democrats Criticize Nuclear Posture Review,” Mar., p. 23;

“Report Evaluates Russian Nuclear Weapons Security,” Mar., p. 31;

“Threat Reduction Funding Increase Requested,” Mar., p. 25;

“U.S., Russia Agree to Codify Nuclear Reductions,” Mar., p. 22;

“U.S., Russian Companies Tentatively Agree on ‘HEU Deal,’” Mar., p. 26;

“U.S. to Continue Plutonium Disposition Pact With Russia,” Mar., p. 27;

“Bush Endorses Legally Binding Nuclear Arms Deal With Russia,” Apr., p. 23;

“Energy Department to Study Modifying Nuclear Weapons,” Apr., p. 22;

“Foster Panel Calls for Reducing Nuclear Test Preparation Time,” Apr., p. 27;

“Lugar Seeks to Expand Threat Reduction’s Reach,” Apr., p. 27;

“Nuclear Posture Review Leaks; Outlines Targets, Contingencies,” Apr., p. 20;

"Bush Refuses to Certify Russian Chem-Bio Compliance,” May, p. 24;

“DOE, South Carolina Deadlocked Over Plutonium Shipments,” May, p. 25;

“U.S. and Russia at Odds Over Strategic Reductions Agreement,” May, p. 22;

“U.S. Officials Claim Russia Preparing for Nuclear Test,” June, p. 27;

“U.S., Russia Issue Statement on Strategic Cooperation,” June, p. 26;

“U.S., Russia Sign Treaty Cutting Deployed Nuclear Forces,” June, p. 25.

Blanton, Thomas S. and James G. Blight, eds.:

“A Conversation in Havana,” Nov., p. 6.

Boese, Wade:

“BMDO Renamed ‘Missile Defense Agency,’” Jan./Feb., p. 32;

“Bush Announces U.S. Intent to Withdraw From ABM Treaty,” Jan./Feb., p. 27;

“CCW Review Conference Adopts New Measure,” Jan./Feb., p. 37;

“December Missile Defense Tests Yield One Success, One Failure,” Jan./Feb., p. 31;

“Nearly $500 Million Cut From Bush Missile Defense Request,” Jan./Feb., p. 33;

“Open Skies Treaty Enters Into Force,” Jan./Feb., p. 38;

“Pentagon Cancels Sea-Based Missile Defense Program,” Jan./Feb., p. 32;

“Wassenaar Members Amend Founding Document,” Jan./Feb., p. 38;

“Conference on Disarmament Begins 2002 Session,” Mar., p. 33;

“Congressional Budget Office Projects Missile Defense Costs,” Mar., p. 24;

“Navy Theater Missile Defense Test Successful,” Mar., p. 29;

“Next U.S. Missile Defense Test to Have Three Decoys,” Mar., p. 28;

“Pentagon Requests $7.8 Billion in Missile Defense Funding,” Mar., p. 24;

“Interceptor Collides With Target, Fourth Hit for Missile Defense,” Apr., p. 25;

“Pentagon Outlines Missile Defense Plans to Congress,” Apr., p. 24;

“Pentagon Researching New Booster for Missile Defense Program,” Apr., p. 25;

“U.S. Halts Arms Sales to Zimbabwe, Lifts Ban on Armenia, Azerbaijan,” May, p. 28;

“U.S. Reportedly to Study Nuclear Warheads for Missile Defense,” May, p. 27;

“Pentagon Keeps Satellite System, Nixes New Naval Missile Defense,” June, p. 32;

“The Jury Is Still Out,” June, p. 4; “CD Inches Closer to Starting Negotiations,” Jul./Aug., p. 16;

“G-8 Leaders Agree to Fund Threat Reduction Programs,” Jul./Aug., p. 24;

“New Nuclear Accord Submitted to U.S., Russian Lawmakers,” Jul./Aug., p. 17;

“PAC-3 Production to Continue Despite Program Shortcomings,” Jul./Aug., p. 18;

“Russia Declares Itself No Longer Bound by START II,” Jul./Aug., p. 16;

“Sea-Based Missile Defense Scores Second Straight Hit,” Jul./Aug., p. 19;

“U.S. Withdraws From ABM Treaty; Global Response Muted,” Jul./Aug., p. 14;

“ABL Flies, but Government Agency Warns Sky Is Not Clear,” Sept., p. 17;

“NATO Accepts Russian CFE Compliance, but Wants More,” Sept., p. 22;

“Pentagon Opts for Sea-Based Missile Defense Radar,” Sept., p. 16;

“Senate Reviews U.S.-Russian Nuclear Reductions Treaty,” Sept., p. 13;

“United States Stays Atop Global Arms Market,” Sept., p. 21;

“U.S.-Israeli Policy for Exporting Arrow Missile Undecided,” Sept., p. 19;

“CD Ends Year Without Negotiations,” Oct., p. 31;

“GAO Reports on U.S. Arms Exports Discrepancies,” Oct., p. 31;

“U.S. Says Ukrainian President Approved Arms Sale to Iraq,” Oct., p. 28;

“GAO Says Multilateral Export Control Regimes Too Weak,” Nov., p. 22;

“Ground-Based Midcourse Defense Hits Again,” Nov., p. 23;

“Serb Arms Companies in Illegal Deals With Iraq,” Nov., p. 25;

“Booster for Missile Interceptor a Disappointment, Priority,” Dec., p. 22;

“NATO Expands; Members Support Iraqi Disarmament,” Dec., p. 24;

“Congress Authorizes 2003 Missile Defense Funding,” Dec., p. 18;

“Weight Jeopardizes ABL Test Schedule,” Dec., p. 22.

Bolton, John:

“Expounding Bush’s Approach to U.S. Nuclear Security,” Mar., p. 3.

Boyd, Kerry:

“Bush Signs Waiver, Freeing Threat Reduction Funding,” Sept., p. 20;

“OPCW Fails to Agree on Budget, Russian Request for Extension,” Oct., p. 29;

“U.S. Attempts to Sink BWC Review Conference,” Oct., p. 27;

“Deadlines Extended for Russian Chemical Demilitarization,” Nov., p. 25;

“U.S. Releases Information on Cold War Chem-Bio Tests,” Nov., p. 27;

“BWC Review Conference Meets, Avoids Verification Issues,” Dec., p. 21;

“Report Calls for Development of Nonlethal Weapons,” Dec., p. 25.

Brugger, Seth:

“BWC Conference Suspended After Controversial End,” Jan./Feb., p. 34;

“U.S. Reinstates Funds for Russian Chemical Demilitarization,” Jan./Feb., p. 35;

“China Sanctioned for Chem, Bio Transfers to Iran,” Mar., p. 30;

“U.S. May Request Chemical Weapons Convention Inspections,” Mar., p. 33;

“Chemical Weapons Convention Chief Removed at U.S. Initiative,” May, p. 23;

“U.S. Says Cuba Has Limited Germ Weapons Effort,” June, p. 29;

“Australia Group Concludes New Chem-Bio Control Measures,” Jul./Aug., p. 21.

Bukharin, Oleg:

“A Breakdown of Breakout: U.S. and Russian Warhead Production Capabilities,” Oct., p. 8.

Cirincione, Joseph:

“ABM Treaty Withdrawal: Neither Necessary nor Prudent,” Jan./Feb., p. 12.

Cortright, David:

“Disarming Iraq: Nonmilitary Strategies and Options,” Sept., p. 3.

Coyle, Philip:

“Rhetoric or Reality? Missile Defense Under Bush,” May, p. 3.

Dhanapala, Jayantha:

“The Impact of September 11 on Multilateral Arms Control,” Mar., p. 9.

Duelfer, Charles:

“The Inevitable Failure of Inspections in Iraq,” Sept., p. 8.

Eland, Ivan:

“Withdrawal Is Premature,” Jan./Feb., p. 10.

Feinstein, Lee:

“Avoiding Another Close Call in South Asia,” Jul./Aug., p. 3.

Fuller, James:

“Debt for Nonproliferation: The Next Step in Threat Reduction,” Jan./Feb., p. 22.

Gallucci, Robert:

“Progress and Challenges in Denuclearizing North Korea,” May, p. 14;

“Making Inspections Work in Iraq,” Nov., p. 12.

Gill, Bates:

“Can China’s Tolerance Last,” Jan./Feb., p. 7.

Gordon, Rose:

“Chinese Companies Sanctioned for Proliferation,” Sept., p. 22;

“China Issues Missile Export Controls,” Sept., p. 18;

“New OPCW Head Appointed,” Sept., p. 20.

Gottemoeller, Rose:

“Parsing the Nuclear Posture Review,” Mar., p. 15.

Gronlund, Lisbeth:

“ABM Treaty Withdrawal: Neither Necessary nor Prudent,” Jan./Feb., p. 12;

“Debunking the Missile Defense Agency’s ‘Endgame Success’ Argument,” Dec., p. 16.

Halperin, Morton H.:

“Parsing the Nuclear Posture Review,” Mar., p. 15.

Holum, John:

“Assessing the New U.S.-Russian Pact,” June, p. 7.

Kerr, Paul:

“International Operation Removes Uranium From Serbia,” Sept., p. 18;

“KEDO Pours Concrete for North Korean Nuclear Reactor,” Sept., p. 15;

“UN-Iraq Talks Fail to Yield Progress on Inspections,” Sept., p. 12;

“U.S. Irked by Potential Growth in Russian Nuclear Aid to Iran,” Sept., p. 14;

“U.S. Sends Conflicting Signals on North Korea,” Sept., p. 16;

“Iraq to Accept UN Inspections; U.S. Officials Skeptical,” Oct., p. 24;

“North Korea Extends Missile-Test Moratorium; U.S. to Send Kelly,” Oct., p. 25;

“North Korea Admits Secret Nuclear Weapons Program,” Nov., p. 19;

“U.S. Reportedly Offers Russia Deal on Bushehr,” Nov., p. 29;

“U.S., Security Council Debate Iraq Weapons Inspections,” Nov., p. 20;

“KEDO Suspends Oil Shipments To North Korea,” Dec., p. 15;

“UN Weapons Inspections Begin in Iraq,” Dec., p. 13.

Kimball, Daryl G.:

“ABM Treaty Withdrawal: Neither Necessary nor Prudent,” Jan./Feb., p. 12;

“New Strategic Experiment,” Jan./Feb., p. 2;

“Name-Calling or Nonproliferation?” Mar., p. 2;

“Parsing the Nuclear Posture Review,” Mar., p. 15;

“A Good Deal That Must Be Honored,” Apr., p. 2;

“Progress and Challenges in Denuclearizing North Korea,” May, p. 14;

“The Test Moratorium’s Uncertain Future,” May, p. 2;

“A Beginning, Not an End,” June, p. 2;

“Do As I Say, Not As I Do,” Jul./Aug., p. 2

; “The Task of Disarming Iraq,” Sept., p. 2;

“Prevention, Not Pre-emption,” Oct., p. 2;

“Disarmament Through Diplomacy,” Nov., p. 2;

“Making Inspections Work in Iraq,” Nov., p. 12;

“National Insecurity Strategy,” Dec., p. 2.

Kuchins, Andrew C.:

“Explaining Mr. Putin: Russia’s New Nuclear Diplomacy,” Oct., p. 3.

Kucia, Christine:

“Chinese Nuclear Forces to Grow, Report Says,” Sept., p. 19;

“Baltics Deny Plans to Deploy NATO Nuclear Weapons,” Oct., p. 26;

“Counterproliferation at Core of New Security Strategy,” Oct., p. 30;

“Nuclear Test Readiness at Risk, DOE Reports,” Oct., p. 28;

“Central Asian States Negotiate Nuclear-Weapon-Free-Zone,” Nov., p. 21;

“Tritium Production Licenses Granted to Civilian Power Plants,” Nov., p. 28;

“U.S. Begins Trimming Nuclear Forces,” Nov., p. 28;

“U.S. Funds Released for Shchuch’ye,” Nov., p. 26;

“Congress Approves Nuclear ‘Bunker Buster’ Research,” Dec., p. 25;

“Congress Gives Bush Three-Year Waiver for Threat Reduction,” Dec., p. 24;

“Pentagon Memo Raises Possibility of Nuclear Testing,” Dec., p. 21.

Lewis, George N.:

“Debunking the Missile Defense Agency’s ‘Endgame Success’ Argument,” Dec., p. 16.

Lopez, George A.:

“Disarming Iraq: Nonmilitary Strategies and Options,” Sept., p. 3.

Lugar, Richard G.:

“The Next Steps in U.S. Nonproliferation Policy,” Dec., p. 3.

Mathews, Jessica T.:

“Making Inspections Work in Iraq,” Nov., p. 12.

McNamara, Robert S.:

“Forty Years After 13 Days,” Nov., p. 4.

Meier, Oliver:

“Bare-Bones Multilateralism at the BWC Review Conference,” Dec., p. 17.

Millar, Alistair:

“The Pressing Need for Tactical Nuclear Weapons Control,” May, p. 10.

Moltz, James Clay:

“Breaking the Deadlock on Space Arms Control,” Apr., p. 3.

Nolan, Janne E.:

“Parsing the Nuclear Posture Review,” Mar., p. 15.

Peña, Charles:

“Withdrawal Is Premature,” Jan./Feb., p. 10.

Rhinelander, John B.:

“ABM Treaty Withdrawal: Neither Necessary nor Prudent,” Jan./Feb., p. 12.

Scoblic, J. Peter:

“The Jury Is Still Out,” June, p. 4;

“United States, Russia Approve New ‘HEU Deal’ Contract,” Jul./Aug., p. 20.

Sigal, Leon:

“Progress and Challenges in Denuclearizing North Korea,” May, p. 14;

“North Korea Is No Iraq: Pyongyang’s Negotiating Strategy,” Dec., p. 8.

Smith, Mark:

“On Thin Ice: First Steps for the Ballistic Missile Code of Conduct,” Jul./Aug., p. 9.

Talbott, Strobe:

“Unfinished Business: Russia and Missile Defense Under Clinton, June, p. 14.

Tucker, Jonathan B.:

“Assessing U.S. Proposals to Strengthen the Biological Weapons Convention,” Apr., p. 10;

“Making Inspections Work in Iraq,” Nov., p. 12.

Vogelaar, Marc:

“Progress and Challenges in Denuclearizing North Korea,” May, p. 14.

Wagner, Alex:

“IAEA Physical Protection Meeting Stalls,” Jan./Feb., p. 34;

“Security Council Moves Closer to Adopting Iraqi ‘Smart Sanctions,’” Jan./Feb., p. 36;

“Bush Labels North Korea, Iran, Iraq an ‘Axis of Evil,’” Mar., p. 25;

“India Tests Short-Range Agni Ballistic Missile,” Mar., p. 29;

“Intelligence Estimate Upgrades Chinese, Iranian Missile Threats,” Mar., p. 31;

“No Deal Reached on Chinese Missile Proliferation,” Mar., p. 27;

“States Meet to Discuss Ballistic Missile Code of Conduct,” Mar., p. 30;

“U.S. Presses Russia on Nuclear, Missile Cooperation With Iran,” Mar., p. 32;

“Bush Challenges North Korean Adherence to Nuclear Freeze,” Apr., p. 26;

“India Integrating Agni-2 Into Armed Forces,” Apr., p. 26;

UN Talks With Iraq Fail to Yield Progress on Weapons Inspections,” Apr., p. 28;

“NPT States Convene for PrepCom, Discuss Treaty Implementation,” May, p. 26;

“Bush, Putin Disagree on Russia-Iran Nuclear, Missile Cooperation,” June, p. 27;

“Pakistan Tests Three Nuclear-Capable Ballistic Missiles,” June, p. 28;

“UN Security Council Overhauls Iraqi Sanctions Regime,” June, p. 30;

“Washington Levies Sanctions for WMD-Related Transfers to Iran,” June, p. 31;

“Court Ruling Allows Plutonium Shipments to South Carolina,” Jul./Aug., p. 22;

“Japanese Aide’s Comments on Nuclear Policy Spark Controversy,” Jul./Aug., p. 26;

“States Hold Second Missile Code of Conduct Meeting,” Jul./Aug., p. 26;

“U.S. Announces It Uncovered ‘Dirty Bomb’ Plot,” Jul./Aug., p. 19;

“U.S., Bulgaria Reach Deal to Destroy Missiles,” Jul./Aug., p. 23;

“U.S., Russia, IAEA Initiate Plan to Secure Radioactive Material,” Jul./Aug., p. 25.

Wallander, Celeste A.:

“Russia’s Strategic Priorities,” Jan./Feb., p. 4.

Zilinskas, Raymond A.:

“Assessing U.S. Proposals to Strengthen the Biological Weapons Convention,” Apr., p. 10.


Briefings

“Parsing the Nuclear Posture Review,” With Daryl G. Kimball, Rose Gottemoeller, Morton H. Halperin, and Janne E. Nolan, Mar., p. 15.

“Progress and Challenges in Denuclearizing North Korea,” With Daryl G. Kimball, Robert Gallucci, Leon Sigal, and Marc Vogelaar, May, p. 14.

“Making Inspections Work in Iraq,” With Daryl G. Kimball, Robert Gallucci, Jessica T. Mathews, and Jonathan B. Tucker, Nov., p. 12.


Documents

“President’s Bush’s Remarks and U.S. Diplomatic Notes,” Jan./Feb., p. 21.

“Strategic Offensive Reductions Treaty and Joint Statement,” June, p. 9.

“Letter of Transmittal and Article-by-Article Analysis of the Treaty on Strategic Offensive Reductions,” Jul./Aug., p. 28.

“Statement by the President on the ABM Treaty,” Jul./Aug., p. 14.

“Technical Issues Related to the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty,” Sept., p. 25.

“UN Security Council Resolution 1441,” Dec., p. 28.


Factfiles

“The Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty: Signatories and Ratifiers,” Jan./Feb., p. 38.

“U.S.-Soviet/Russian Nuclear Arms Control,” June, p. 12.

“U.S. Missile Defense Programs at a Glance,” Jul./Aug., p. 31.

“Status of the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty: Signatories and Ratifiers,” Oct., p. 33.

“Chronology of U.S.-North Korean Nuclear and Missile Diplomacy,” Nov., p. 32.

“2001 UN Register of Conventional Arms,” Dec., p. 32.


Subjects

ABM Treaty:

“ABM Treaty Withdrawal: Neither Necessary nor Prudent,” Jan./Feb., p. 12;

“Bush Announces U.S. Intent to Withdraw From ABM Treaty,” Jan./Feb., p. 27;

“Can China’s Tolerance Last,” Jan./Feb., p. 7;

“New Strategic Experiment,” Jan./Feb., p. 2;

“President Bush’s Remarks and U.S. Diplomatic Notes,” Jan./Feb., p. 21;

“Russia’s Strategic Priorities,” Jan./Feb., p. 4;

“Withdrawal Is Premature,” Jan./Feb., p. 10;

“Statement by the President on the ABM Treaty,” Jul./Aug., p. 14;

“U.S. Withdraws From ABM Treaty; Global Response Muted,” Jul./Aug., p. 14.

Arms Control—General:

“Bush Labels North Korea, Iran, Iraq an ‘Axis of Evil,’” Mar., p. 25;

“The Impact of September 11 on Multilateral Arms Control,” Mar., p. 9;

“Name-Calling or Nonproliferation,” Mar., p. 2;

“Counterproliferation at Core of New Security Strategy,” Oct., p. 30;

“GAO Says Multilateral Export Control Regimes Too Weak,” Nov., p. 22.


Balkans:

(See Conventional Arms Transfers, Nuclear Weapons Material Control.)

Baltics:

(See NATO.)

Biological Weapons:

“BWC Conference Suspended After Controversial End,” Jan./Feb., p. 34;

“U.S. Says Cuba Has Limited Germ Weapons Effort,” June, p. 29;

“Australia Group Concludes New Chem-Bio Control Measures,” Jul./Aug., p. 21

; “U.S. Attempts to Sink BWC Review Conference,” Oct., p. 27;

“Bare-Bones Multilateralism at the BWC Review Conference,” Dec., p. 19;

“BWC Review Conference Meets, Avoids Verification Issues,” Dec., p. 21.

(See also Chemical Weapons, China, Iraq.)

Brazil:

(See Conventional Arms Transfers.)

Bulgaria:

(See Missile Proliferation.)

Chemical Weapons:

“U.S. May Request Chemical Weapons Convention Inspections,” Mar., p. 33;

“Assessing U.S. Proposals to Strengthen the Biological Weapons Convention,” Apr., p. 10;

“Chemical Weapons Convention Chief Removed at U.S. Initiative,” May, p. 23;

“Australia Group Concludes New Chem-Bio Control Measures,” Jul./Aug., p. 21;

“CNN Tapes Generate Questions on al Qaeda,” Sept., p. 23;

“New OPCW Head Appointed,” Sept., p. 20;

“Russia Opens CW Destruction Plant,” Sept., p. 24;

“OPCW Fails to Agree on Budget, Russian Request for Extension,” Oct., p. 29;

“Deadlines Extended for Russian Chemical Demilitarization,” Nov., p. 25;

“Russia Uses Opiate-Based Gas on Militants,” Nov., p. 31;

“U.S. Releases Information on Cold War Chem-Bio Tests,” Nov., p. 27;

“Report Calls for Development of Nonlethal Weapons,” Dec., p. 25.

(See also China, Iraq, Threat Reduction.)

Chile:

(See Conventional Arms Transfers.)

China:

“U.S., China Continue Missile Proliferation Talks,” Jan./Feb., p. 40;

“No Deal Reached on Chinese Missile Proliferation,” Mar., p. 27;

“China Sanctioned for Chem, Bio Transfers to Iran,” Mar., p. 30;

“Chinese Companies Sanctioned for Proliferation,” Sept., p. 22;

“China Issues Missile Export Controls,” Sept., p. 18;

“China Reportedly Tests Air-to-Air Missile,” Sept., p. 23;

“Chinese Nuclear Forces to Grow, Report Says,” Sept., p. 19;

“China Issues Chem-Bio Export Control Laws,” Nov., p. 30;

(See also ABM Treaty, Conventional Arms Transfers, Missile Proliferation.)

Colombia:

(See Conventional Arms Transfers.)

Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT):

“Bush Requests Funds for CTBT Monitoring,” Mar., p. 34;

“The Test Moratorium’s Uncertain Future,” May, p. 2;

“Status of the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty: Signatories and Ratifiers,” Oct., p. 33.

Conference on Disarmament (CD):

“Conference on Disarmament Begins 2002 Session,” Mar., p. 33;

“CD Ends First Part of Session in Deadlock,” May, p. 30;

“CD Inches Closer to Starting Negotiations,” Jul./Aug., p. 16;

“CD Ends Year Without Negotiations,” Oct., p. 31.

Conventional Arms Control:

“CCW Review Conference Adopts New Measure,” Jan./Feb., p.37;

“U.S. Halts Arms Sales to Zimbabwe, Lifts Ban on Armenia, Azerbaijan,” May, p. 28;

“GAO Reports on U.S. Arms Exports Discrepancies,” Oct., p. 31;

“Landmine Treaty Members Meet,” Oct., p. 32.

Conventional Arms Transfers:

“China Purchases More Russian Destroyers,” Jan./Feb., p. 40;

“U.S. Approves Arms Exports for India,” Jan./Feb., p. 41;

“Chile Commits to Purchase F-16 Fighters,” Mar., p. 34;

“Colombia Receives U.S. Helicopters,” Mar., p. 34;

“Europeans Scrutinize Arms Sales to Israel,” May, p. 29;

“India Signs Contract for U.S. Radars,” May, p. 30;

“South Korea to Purchase 40 U.S. Fighter Jets,” May, p. 29;

“U.S. Offers Fighters, Advanced Missiles to Brazil,” May, p. 30;

“U.S. Submits Weapons-Trade Data to UN,” Jul./Aug., p. 27;

“U.S. Opens Door for Arms Sales to Afghanistan,” Sept., p. 23;

“United States Stays Atop Global Arms Market,” Sept., p. 21;

“U.S. Sanctions Three Russian Companies,” Oct., p. 32;

“U.S. Says Ukrainian President Approved Arms Sale to Iraq,” Oct., p. 28;

“Serb Arms Companies in Illegal Deals With Iraq,” Nov., p. 25;

”UN Says Liberia Illegally Importing Arms,” Dec., p. 26;

“2001 UN Register of Conventional Arms,” Dec., p. 32;

”U.S., U.K. Leave Ukraine With Few Answers,” Dec., p. 26.

(See also NATO.)

Cuba:

“Cuba Will Accede to NPT,” Oct., p. 32;

“A Conversation in Havana,” Nov., p. 6;

“Excerpts From Recently Declassified Documents,” Nov., p. 9;

“Forty Years After 13 Days,” Nov., p. 4;

“Cuba Accedes to NPT, Joins Tlatelolco,” Dec., p. 26.

(See also Biological Weapons.)

India:

(See Conventional Arms Transfers, Missile Proliferation, Nuclear Nonproliferation, U.S. Nuclear Policy.)

Iran:

(See Arms Control—General, China, Missile Proliferation, Nuclear Nonproliferation.)

Iraq:

“Security Council Moves Closer to Adopting Iraqi ‘Smart Sanctions,’” Jan./Feb., p. 36;

“UN Talks With Iraq Fail to Yield Progress on Weapons Inspections,” Apr., p. 28;

“UN Security Council Overhauls Iraqi Sanctions Regime,” June, p. 30;

“Disarming Iraq: Nonmilitary Strategies and Options,” Sept., p. 3;

“The Inevitable Failure of Inspections in Iraq,” Sept., p. 8;

“The Task of Disarming Iraq,” Sept., p. 2;

“UN-Iraq Talks Fail to Yield Progress on Inspections,” Sept., p. 12;

“Iraq: A Chronology of UN Inspections and an Assessment of Their Accomplishments,” Oct., p. 13;

“Iraq to Accept UN Inspections; U.S. Officials Skeptical,” Oct., p. 24;

“Prevention, Not Pre-emption,” Oct., p. 2;

“Making Inspections Work in Iraq,” Nov., p. 12;

“U.S., Security Council Debate Iraq Weapons Inspections,” Nov., p. 20;

“UN Security Council Resolution 1441,” Dec., p. 28;

“UN Weapons Inspections Begin in Iraq,” Dec., p. 20.

(See also Arms Control—General, Conventional Arms Transfers, Missile Proliferation.)

Israel:

(See Conventional Arms Transfers, Missile Proliferation.)

Japan:

(See Nuclear Nonproliferation.)

Missile Defense:

“BMDO Renamed ‘Missile Defense Agency,’” Jan./Feb., p. 32;

“December Missile Defense Tests Yield One Success, One Failure,” Jan./Feb., p. 31;

“Nearly $500 Million Cut From Bush Missile Defense Request,” Jan./Feb., p. 33;

“Pentagon Cancels Sea-Based Missile Defense Program,” Jan./Feb., p. 32;

“Congressional Budget Office Projects Missile Defense Costs,” Mar., p. 24;

“Next U.S. Missile Defense Test to Have Three Decoys,” Mar., p. 28;

“Navy Theater Missile Defense Test Successful,” Mar., p. 29;

“Pentagon Requests $7.8 Billion in Missile Defense Funding,” Mar., p. 24;

“Interceptor Collides With Target, Fourth Hit for Missile Defense,” Apr., p. 25;

“Pentagon Outlines Missile Defense Plans to Congress,” Apr., p. 24;

“Pentagon Researching New Booster for Missile Defense Program,” Apr., p. 25;

“Missile Defense Test Site Contracts Awarded,” May, p. 29;

“Rhetoric or Reality? Missile Defense Under Bush,” May, p. 3;

“U.S. Reportedly to Study Nuclear Warheads for Missile Defense,” May, p. 27;

“Pentagon Keeps Satellite System, Nixes New Naval Missile Defense,” June, p. 32;

“Stage Set for Missile Defense Funding Feud,” June, p. 33;

“Unfinished Business: Russia and Missile Defense Under Clinton,” June, p. 14;

“PAC-3 Production to Continue Despite Program Shortcomings,” Jul./Aug., p. 18;

“Sea-Based Missile Defense Scores Second Straight Hit,” Jul./Aug., p. 19;

“U.S. Missile Defense Programs at a Glance,” Jul./Aug., p. 31;

“ABL Flies, but Government Agency Warns Sky Is Not Clear,” Sept., p. 17;

“Pentagon Opts for Sea-Based Missile Defense Radar,” Sept., p. 16;

“Ground-Based Midcourse Defense Hits Again,” Nov., p. 23;

“Booster for Missile Interceptor a Disappointment, Priority,” Dec., p. 22;

“Debunking the Missile Defense Agency’s ‘Endgame Success’ Argument,” Dec., p. 16;

“Space-Based Laser Put on Hold,” Dec., p. 26;

“Third Sea-Based Missile Intercept Succeeds,” Dec., p. 27;

“Congress Authorizes 2003 Missile Defense Funding,” Dec., p. 18;

“Weight Jeopardizes ABL Test Schedule,” Dec., p. 22.

(See also Space, Strategic Arms Control.)

Missile Proliferation:

“India Tests Short-Range Agni Ballistic Missile,” Mar., p. 29;

“Intelligence Estimate Upgrades Chinese, Iranian Missile Threats,” Mar., p. 31;

“States Meet to Discuss Ballistic Missile Code of Conduct,” Mar., p. 30;

“India Integrating Agni-2 Into Armed Forces,” Apr., p. 26;

“Iran Conducts Fourth Shahab-3 Test,” June, p. 34;

“Pakistan Tests Three Nuclear-Capable Ballistic Missiles,” June, p. 28;

“Washington Levies Sanctions for WMD-Related Transfers to Iran,” June, p. 31;

“On Thin Ice: First Steps for the Ballistic Missile Code of Conduct,” Jul./Aug., p. 9;

“States Hold Second Missile Code of Conduct Meeting,” Jul./Aug., p. 26;

“U.S., Bulgaria Reach Deal to Destroy Missiles,” Jul./Aug., p. 23;

“U.S.-Israeli Policy for Exporting Arrow Missile Undecided,” Sept., p. 19;

“India, Pakistan Conduct Missile Tests,” Nov., p. 30;

“MTCR Closes Some Loopholes,” Nov., p. 30.

(See also China, Iraq, North Korea, Russia.)

NATO:

“U.S. Urges 3 NATO Countries to Buy U.S. Fighters,” Jan./Feb., p. 40;

“NATO, Russia Create New Joint Council,” June, p. 34;

“NATO Accepts Russian CFE Compliance, but Wants More,” Sept., p. 22;

“Baltics Deny Plans to Deploy NATO Nuclear Weapons,” Oct., p. 26;

“NATO Expands; Members Support Iraqi Disarmament,” Dec., p. 24.

(See also Missile Proliferation.)

North Korea:

“Bush Challenges North Korean Adherence to Nuclear Freeze,” Apr., p. 26;

“Progress and Challenges in Denuclearizing North Korea,” May, p. 14;

“KEDO Pours Concrete for North Korean Nuclear Reactor,” Sept., p. 15;

“U.S. Sends Conflicting Signals on North Korea,” Sept., p. 16;

“North Korea Extends Missile-Test Moratorium; U.S. to Send Kelly,” Oct., p. 25;

“Chronology of U.S.-North Korean Nuclear and Missile Diplomacy,” Nov., p. 32;

“Disarmament Through Diplomacy,” Nov., p. 2;

“North Korea Admits Secret Nuclear Weapons Program,” Nov., p. 19;

“KEDO Suspends Oil Shipments To North Korea,” Dec., p. 15;

“North Korea Is No Iraq; Pyongyang’s Negotiating Strategy,” Dec., p. 8.

(See also Arms Control—General.)

Nuclear Nonproliferation:

“U.S. Presses Russia on Nuclear, Missile Cooperation With Iran,” Mar., p. 32;

“A Good Deal That Must Be Honored,” Apr., p. 2;

“NPT States Convene for PrepCom, Discuss Treaty Implementation,” May, p. 26;

“Bush, Putin Disagree on Russia-Iran Nuclear, Missile Cooperation,” June, p. 27;

“Avoiding Another Close Call in South Asia,” Jul./Aug., p. 3;

“GAO Faults U.S. Anti-Smuggling Efforts,” Jul./Aug., p. 27;

“Japanese Aide’s Comments on Nuclear Policy Spark Controversy,” Jul./Aug., p. 26;

“U.S. Irked by Potential Growth in Russian Nuclear Aid to Iran,” Sept., p. 14;

“Central Asian States Negotiate Nuclear-Weapon-Free-Zone,” Nov., p. 21;

“U.S. Reportedly Offers Russia Deal on Bushehr,” Nov., p. 29.

(See also CTBT, China, Cuba, Iraq, North Korea.)

Nuclear Posture Review (NPT):

“Nuclear Posture Review Released, Stresses Flexible Force Planning,” Jan./Feb., p. 28;

“Democrats Criticize Nuclear Posture Review,” Mar., p. 23;

“Parsing the Nuclear Posture Review,” Mar., p. 15;

“Nuclear Posture Review Leaks; Outlines Targets, Contingencies,” Apr., p. 20.

(See also U.S. Nuclear Policy.)

Nuclear Weapons Material Control:

“IAEA Physical Protection Meeting Stalls,” Jan./Feb., p. 34;

“U.S., Russian Companies Tentatively Agree on ‘HEU Deal,’” Mar., p. 26;

“U.S. to Continue Plutonium Disposition Pact With Russia,” Mar., p. 27;

“DOE, South Carolina Deadlocked Over Plutonium Shipments,” May, p. 25;

“Bush Urges Senate Approval of IAEA Protocol,” June, p. 33;

“Court Ruling Allows Plutonium Shipments to South Carolina,” Jul./Aug., p. 22;

“U.S., Russia, IAEA Initiate Plan to Secure Radioactive Material,” Jul./Aug., p. 25;

“United States, Russia Approve New ‘HEU Deal’ Contract,” Jul./Aug., p. 20;

“International Operation Removes Uranium From Serbia,” Sept., p. 18.

Open Skies:

“Open Skies Treaty Enters Into Force,” Jan./Feb., p. 38;

“Open Skies Flights Begin,” Sept., p. 23.

Pakistan:

(See Missile Proliferation, Nuclear Nonproliferation, U.S. Nuclear Policy.)

Radiological Material:

“U.S. Announces It Uncovered ‘Dirty Bomb’ Plot,” Jul./Aug., p. 19.

Russia:

“Report Evaluates Russian Nuclear Weapons Security,” Mar., p. 31;

“Nuclear Terrorism and Warhead Control in Russia,” Apr., p. 15;

“U.S. Officials Claim Russia Preparing for Nuclear Test,” June, p. 27;

“Explaining Mr. Putin: Russia’s New Nuclear Diplomacy,” Oct., p. 3.

(See also ABM Treaty, Conventional Arms Transfers, Chemical Weapons, Cuba, Missile Defense, NATO, NPT, Nuclear Nonproliferation, Nuclear Weapons Material Control, Strategic Arms Control, Threat Reduction.)

South Korea:

(See Conventional Arms Transfers, North Korea.)

Space:

“Breaking the Deadlock on Space Arms Control,” Apr., p. 3.

Strategic Arms Control:

“Defense Act Repeals Restriction on Nuclear Cuts,” Jan./Feb., p. 41;

“U.S., Russia Complete START I Reductions,” Jan./Feb., p. 33;

“U.S., Russia to Discuss Strategic Reductions,” Jan./Feb., p. 42;

“Expounding Bush’s Approach to U.S. Nuclear Security,” Mar., p. 3;

“U.S., Russia Agree to Codify Nuclear Reductions,” Mar., p. 22;

“Bush Endorses Legally Binding Nuclear Arms Deal With Russia,” Apr., p. 23;

“The Pressing Need for Tactical Nuclear Weapons Control,” May, p. 10;

“U.S. and Russia at Odds Over Strategic Reductions Agreement,” May, p. 22;

“Assessing the New U.S.-Russian Pact,” June, p. 7;

“A Beginning, Not an End,” June, p. 2;

“The Jury Is Still Out,” June, p. 4;

“Strategic Offensive Reductions Treaty and Joint Statement,” June, p. 9;

“U.S., Russia Issue Statement on Strategic Cooperation,” June, p. 26;

“U.S., Russia Sign Treaty Cutting Deployed Nuclear Forces,” June, p. 25;

“U.S.-Soviet/Russian Nuclear Arms Control,” June, p. 12;

“Letter of Transmittal and Article-by-Article Analysis of the Treaty on Strategic Offensive Reductions,” Jul./Aug., p. 28;

“New Nuclear Accord Submitted to U.S., Russian Lawmakers,” Jul./Aug., p. 17;

“Russia Declares Itself No Longer Bound by START II,” Jul./Aug., p. 16;

“Senate Reviews U.S.-Russian Nuclear Reductions Treaty,” Sept., p. 13;

“A Breakdown of Breakout: U.S. and Russian Warhead Production Capabilities,” Oct., p. 8;

“No Movement on Strategic Reductions Treaty,” Nov., p. 31;

“U.S. Begins Trimming Nuclear Forces,” Nov., p. 28.

(See also ABM Treaty, Missile Defense, Russia, U.S. Nuclear Policy.)

Threat Reduction:

“Debt for Nonproliferation: The Next Step in Threat Reduction,” Jan./Feb., p. 22;

“Threat Reduction Boosted by Policy Review, Spending Bills,” Jan./Feb., p. 30;

“U.S. Reinstates Funds for Russian Chemical Demilitarization,” Jan./Feb., p. 35;

“Threat Reduction Funding Increase Requested,” Mar., p. 25;

“Lugar Seeks to Expand Threat Reduction’s Reach,” Apr., p. 27;

“Bush Refuses to Certify Russian Chem-Bio Compliance,” May, p. 24;

“U.S. Seeks Threat Reduction Funding From Allies,” June, p. 33;

“G-8 Leaders Agree to Fund Threat Reduction Programs,” Jul./Aug., p. 24;

“Bush Signs Waiver, Freeing Threat Reduction Funding,” Sept., p. 20;

“G-8 Partnership Needs More Funding,” Nov., p. 31;

“U.S. Funds Released for Shchuch’ye,” Nov., p. 26;

“Congress Gives Bush Three-Year Waiver for Threat Reduction,” Dec., p. 24;

“National Insecurity Strategy,” Dec., p. 2.

“The Next Steps in U.S. Nonproliferation,” Dec., p. 3.

(See also Chemical Weapons, Russia.)

U.S. Nuclear Policy:

“Concerns Raised About Stockpile Stewardship,” Jan./Feb., p. 41;

“Report Says U.S. Studying New Nuclear Capabilities,” Jan./Feb., p. 37;

“Bush Administration Reaffirms Negative Security Assurances,” Mar., p. 23;

“Energy Department to Study Modifying Nuclear Weapons,” Apr., p. 22;

“Foster Panel Calls for Reducing Nuclear Test Preparation Time,” Apr., p. 27;

“Do As I Say, Not As I Do,” Jul./Aug., p. 2;

“Nuclear Test Readiness at Risk, DOE Reports,” Oct., p. 28;

“Tritium Production Licenses Granted to Civilian Power Plants,” Nov., p. 28;

“Congress Approves Nuclear ‘Bunker Buster’ Research,” Dec., p. 25;

“Pentagon Memo Raises Possibility of Nuclear Testing,” Dec., p. 21.

(See also ABM Treaty, CTBT, Missile Defense, Nuclear Nonproliferation, NPT, Nuclear Weapons Material Control, Russia, Strategic Arms Control.)

Ukraine:

(See Conventional Arms Transfers.)

Wassenaar Arrangement:

“Wassenaar Members Amend Founding Document,” Jan./Feb., p. 38.