1993 Pakistan Special Weapons News
- India, Pakistan Must Reduce Proliferation Threat, Says Official USIA -- 24 Nov 1993 -- Speaking during a USIA WORLDNET television dialogue, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Robert Einhorn reviewed US policy on nuclear non-proliferation and export controls, saying that India and Pakistan should not wait to resolve regional disputes prior to taking important steps to reduce the threat of nuclear proliferation in South Asia.
- "We Can Do it Ourselves" By Simon Henderson Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists September 1993 -- The story of Pakistan's efforts to match the nuclear expertise of neighboring India, which exploded a device in 1974, can usefully be told through the history of relations with the United States.
- U.S. HOLDS REGULAR CONSULTATIONS WITH PAKISTAN STATE DEPARTMENT REPORT - 01 September 1993
- MISSILE SANCTIONS ON CHINA AND PAKISTAN [editorial broadcast by the Voice of America] - 31 August 1993
- U.S. IMPOSES SANCTIONS AGAINST CHINA AND PAKISTAN (Text: State Department spokesman's statement) 25 August 1993
- U.S. CONSIDERING SANCTIONS AGAINST CHINA FOR MISSILE SALES By Don Benson VOA Correspondent - 24 August 1993
- South Asian Scholars Discuss Non-Proliferation Issues USIA -- 30 Jul 1993 -- Scholars from Pakistan and India, including Dr C Raja Mohan and Dr Perez Hoodbhoy, say that one of the most serious challenges facing their countries is that of safely managing their respective nuclear capabilities.
- Editor's Note: Eating Grass By Mike Moore Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists June 1993
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