1993 Congressional Documents
- LEGISLATION TO STRENGTHEN AND REVITALIZE THE ARMS CONTROL AND DISARMAMENT AGENCY -- HON. TOM LANTOS (Extension of Remarks - May 24, 1993)
- ARMS CONTROL NEEDED NOW MORE THAN EVER - statement by Sen. Bumpers March 05, 1993
- A BIPARTISAN APPROACH TO ZERO-BASING OUR THEATER AND STRATEGIC DEFENSE FORCES by Sen. ?????? April 02, 1993
- Senate debate on the nomination of Strobe Talbott April 02, 1993
- Sen. Warner's TRIBUTE TO SENATOR MALCOLM WALLOP (Senate - September 13, 1993)
- Lieberman Deficit Reduction Program October 15, 1993
- THE DEFICIT Sen. BUMPERS October 25, 1993
- INTELLIGENCE AUTHORIZATION ACT FOR FISCAL YEAR 1994 Sen. COHEN November 10, 1993
- Sen. ????? FRIENDSHIP ACT (Senate - November 22, 1993)
- BOND - CRISIS ON THE KOREAN PENINSULA (Senate - November 22, 1993) North Korea's effort to design and build nuclear weapons is a threat to South Korea and to international stability. The Clinton administration has failed to respond adequately to this threat and that, by its actions, is setting the stage for a much more dangerous confrontation down the road.
- COHEN - CRISIS ON THE KOREAN PENINSULA (Senate - November 17, 1993) We are giving ground just to keep North Korea from backsliding. Yet our experience to date has been that preemptive concessions produce more backsliding, not progress.
- HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION 292, THE INTRODUCTION OF NUCLEAR NONPROLIFERATION IN KOREA RESOLUTION -- HON. BENJAMIN A. GILMAN (Extension of Remarks - O15, 1993) North Korea's relentless effort to develop a nuclear bomb has reached crisis proportions. There is a real possibility that North Korea has produced enough nuclear material to build at least one bomb, and that possession by North Korea of such a bomb would threaten United States allies in all of Asia as well as United States forces in the region.
- SENATE RESOLUTION 92--RELATING TO NORTH KOREA'S PROPOSED WITHDRAWAL FROM THE TREATY ON THE NON-PROLIFERATION OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS (Senate - April 02, 1993) North Korea's decision to opt out of the treaty suggests that President Kim Il-song and heir apparent Kim Chong-Il have adopted a go-for-broke strategy to develop a nuclear weapons capability.
- UNITED STATES MUST KEEP UP PRESSURE ON NORTH KOREA -- (BY DAVID KAY) (Extension of Remarks - March 25, 1993) The United States must take decisive action to halt North Korea's program and to ensure that Iran's program doesn't get any farther off the ground.
- SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION 19--RELATIVE TO CONDEMNING NORTH KOREA'S DECISION TO WITHDRAW FROM THE TREATY ON THE NONPROLIFERATION OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS (Senate - March 23, 1993) North Korea's withdrawal from the Treaty on the Nonproliferation of Nuclear Weapons is extremely dangerous, given North Korea's ruthless regime and its ties with other radical states, primarily in the Middle East.
- COMMERCE DEPARTMENT APPROVED EXPORTS OF HIGH TECH GOODS TO NORTH KOREA -- HON. FORTNEY PETE STARK (Extension of Remarks - March 16, 1993) In Iraq, the IAEA failed to rise to this challenge. The Agency failed to detect Saddam Hussein's elaborate clandestine nuclear weapons program. In North Korea the Agency--to its credit--was a little more aggressive in seeking access to these two undeclared sites.
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