Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)
1995 Pakistan Special Weapons News
- Riedel: India, Pakistan Nuclear Programs, Missiles Top Concerns USIA -- 06 Dec 1995 -- Testimony to the House International Relations
Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific by Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Bruce Riedel.
- "CONCLUSION OF EFFECTIVE INTERNATIONAL ARRANGEMENTS TO ASSURE NON-NUCLEAR WEAPON STATES AGAINST THE USE OR THREAT OF USE OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS" STATEMENT BY THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF PAKISTAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE IN GENEVA ON ON 7 NOVEMBER 1995
- "ESTABLISHMENT OF A NUCLEAR-WEAPON-FREE ZONE IN SOUTH
ASIA." STATEMENT BY THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF PAKISTAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE IN GENEVA, IN THE FIRST COMMITTEE OF THE 50TH SESSION OF THE UNGA ON 7 NOVEMBER 1995
- STATEMENT BY THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF PAKISTAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE IN GENEVA, BEFORE THE FIRST COMMITTEE MEETING OF THE 50TH SESSION OF THE UNITED NATION GENERAL ASSEMBLY ON 26 OCTOBER 1995.
- Minister Advocates Indigenous Missile Defense,
Islamabad PTV Television Network, 4 Oct 95
- India and Pakistan -- Nuclear Neighbors International Review Volume 16, No. 40 Autumn 1995
- Pressler Argues Against Sale of P-3 Aircraft to Pakistan USIA -- 14 Sep 1995 -- According to Senator Larry Pressler in a speech before
Congress, the sale of the P-3 maritime patrol aircraft to Pakistan would undermine US policy goals in South Asia.
- Raphel: US Proposes Compromise on Pressler Amendment USIA -- 14 Sep 1995 -- In testimony before a Senate Foreign Relations
Subcommittee, a top State Department official claimed that the Pressler Amendment needs to be revised to suit current global realities and to better achieve US non-proliferation objectives with Pakistan.
- Raphel: Administration Seeks Revision of Pressler Amendment USIA -- 14 Sep 1995 -- US efforts to work more closely with Pakistan have
been hampered by the sweeping sanctions imposed under the Pressler Amendment which prohibits US aid to Pakistan unless the President can certify that Pakistan does not have a nuclear explosive device.
- Reports of Chinese sales of M-11 missiles STATE DEPARTMENT REPORT, WEDNESDAY, 12 JULY 1995
- NO DETERMINATION ON REPORTED CHINA-PAKISTAN MISSILE TRANSFER STATE DEPARTMENT REPORT, WEDNESDAY, 5 July 1995
- PAKISTAN AND THE F-16'S (Senate - June 28, 1995) Congressional Record
- NO FIRM EVIDENCE OF CHINESE MTCR VIOLATION DEFENSE DEPARTMENT REPORT, THURSDAY, 22 JUNE 1995
- Lapison, Raphel Outline Options for Dealing with Pakistan Arms Embargo USIA -- 12 Apr 1995 -- Remarks by Assistant Secretary of State
Robin Raphel and Presidential advisor Ellen Laipson regarding the future of America's arms embargo against Pakistan.
- Clinton: Pakistan, India Should Eliminate Nuclear Weapons USIA -- 11 Apr 1995 -- Remarks by President Clinton and visiting Prime Minister
Benazir Bhutto regarding the elimination of nuclear weapons in South Asia and Pakistan-US relations.
- Clinton Hopes Mediation Will Ease India-Pakistan Tensions USIA -- 11 Apr 1995 -- President Clinton believes US mediation of Pakistan's
dispute with India over Kashmir could ease nuclear-related tensions between the two nations.
- PAKISTAN HAS NO CAPABILITY TO REPROCESS PLUTONIUM
STATE DEPARTMENT REPORT, 10 April 1995
- PAKISTAN'S KASHMIR STRATEGY By Yossef Bodansky, Task Force on Terrorism and Unconventional Warfare, U.S. Congress - 1995
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