Documents on Disarmament

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United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, 1991

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Report by the General Accounting Office to Congressional Requesters
69
Agreement on Seismic Monitoring With the Soviet Academy of Sciences
85
Nuclear Weapons Testing
88
Nuclear Cooperation With
92
Statement by President Reagan January 15 1986 9
108
March 131986
117
STRATEGIC DEFENSE INITIATIVE
119
Limitations on Nuclear Testing March
124
Outer Space and the Strategic Defense
136
Letter From the Assistant to the Secretary of Defense Wagner to
146
Chemical Weapons Extract
153
Mediterranean Proposals
163
Soviet Nuclear Test Ban Proposal March
168
Amendment to the U S Draft Chemical Weapons Convention
171
Final Communique of the Meeting of Contadora Foreign Ministers
172
Commemorating the 25th Anniversary of
173
Newspaper Article by Senator Mathias April 23 1986
207
Address by the Special Adviser to the President and the Secretary of State
213
Statement by President Reagan May 7 1986
225
Statement by the Director of the Department of State Office of Politico
226
Statement by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Crowe Before
237
Communique of the Contadora Core Four Delegations May 18 1986
256
U S Policy on the SALT Agreements
260
U S Policy on the SALT Agreements May
266
NEW ZEALAND
279
Ministerial
283
Strategic Modernization
292
Address by the Special Adviser to the President and the Secretary of State
302
Verification of Nonproduction of Chemical Weapons
311
Contadora Document for Peace and Cooperation in Central America
319
TREATIES AND OTHER INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS
323
U S Policy on the SALT
335
Appeal to the Members of NATO for a Program of the Reduction of
337
CONFERENCE ON CONFIDENCE AND SECURITY BUILDING
344
The SALT II Treaty
346
Verification of Nonproduction of Chemical Weapons
367
NUCLEAR AND SPACE ARMS TALKS
371
Proposal Regarding an International Instrument
375
NATO Proposals
385
Interview With the Director of the Strategic Defense Initiative
388
CONFERENCE ON DISARMAMENT
395
Verification of a Nuclear Test Ban A Conference
403
The Challenge Element in Verification of a Chemical
411
Verification of a Nuclear Test Ban July 18 1986
423
Verification of a Nuclear Test Ban August 151986
491
Report by the Ad Hoc Committee on Prevention of an Arms Race in Outer
500
STATEMENTS
530
Statement by the U S Representative Lowitz September 9 1986
534
U
541
Statement by the U S Representative Lowitz September 26 1986
583
CONFERENCE ON DISARMAMENT CD IX
590
Convention on Early Notification of a Nuclear Accident September
593
U S Declaration With Respect to the Convention on Early Notification
599
U S Declaration With Respect to the Convention on Assistance in
608
Letter to The New York Times From a Research Physicist at the Lawrence
609
EUROPE
615
Letter From President Reagan to the Chairmen of the Senate Armed
624
Address by President Reagan October 13 1986
634
White House Statement October 15 1986
654
Communique of the Committee of Foreign Ministers October 15 1986
658
UNITED NATIONS
661
CONFERENCE ON SECURITY AND COOPERATION IN EUROPE
662
Meeting
665
GENERAL ASSEMBLY
667
Resolutions
682
Arfrfn hv Serretarv of State Shultz fExtractsl October 31 1986
683
News Conference Remarks by Secretary of State Shultz Following
695
CHEMICAL WEAPONS
735
Communique of the Committee of Defense Ministers December 3 1986
738
CONTADORA XI
743
Statement by the Special Adviser to the President and the Secretary
749
EUROPE XI
751
Testimony by the Supreme Allied Commander Europe Rogers Before
767
Statement on Ending the Arms Race in Space and on Earth etc
782
INDEPENDENT COMMISSION ON DISARMAMENT AND SECURITY
785
Message From Soviet General Secretary Gorbachev February 20 1986 68
786
NATO Chemical Rearmament
789
Letter From Chancellor Kohl of the Federal Republic of Germany to
792
Letter to Senator Quayle From a Deputy Negotiator Cooper for the U
793
A World Without Nuclear
796
U S ProposaI on Limitations on Nuclear Testing
802
INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY XI
809
IntermediateRange Nuclear ForCes
812
INDEPENDENT COMMISSION ON DISARMAMENT AND SECURITY
818
Statements
823
INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY
835
NATURAL RESOURCES DEFENSE COUNCIL XII
839
NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANIZATION XD
854

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Page 746 - Protocol for the Prohibition of the Use in War of Asphyxiating, Poisonous or Other Gases, and of Bacteriological Methods of Warfare, signed at Geneva on June 17, 1925...
Page 296 - Each Party undertakes not to develop, test, or deploy ABM systems or components which are sea-based, air-based, space-based, or mobile landbased.
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Page 626 - We believe such a ban must be viewed in the context of a time when we do not need to depend on nuclear deterrence to ensure international security and stability and when we have achieved broad, deep, and verifiable arms reductions, substantially improved verification capabilities, expanded confidence-building measures, and greater balance in conventional forces.
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