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No nukes pointed this way? Think again.

by J Michael Waller, Washington Times, July 6, 1998 After years of assuring the public that no nuclear missiles are aimed at the United States, President Clinton came to China with a proposal to Beijing — a proposal admitting that what he told the American people was untrue. The president asked China’s communist leaders to de-target

IMF and the Russian missiles

by J Michael Waller, Washington Times, January 23, 1998 American national security depends on Congress providing more money for the International Monetary Fund. That’s what Defense Secretary William Cohen is telling fellow Republicans on Capitol Hill, in a last-ditch administration effort to bail out troubled economies in Asia and elsewhere. For those unmoved by economic arguments,

The politics of chemical weapons

by J Michael Waller, Washington Times, March 4, 1997. Download PDF here: Politics of CW WT 1997.03.04 Someone is sabotaging the Chemical Weapons Convention. If the international treaty, intended to ban all chemical weapons from the planet, goes into effect as scheduled April 29 – without the ratification of the Russian parliament and the United States

Out with the old nukes, in with the new

by J Michael Waller, Washington Times, June 10, 1996 Abstract: US policy toward Russia is to fund the dismantlement of Moscow’s antiquated nuclear arsenal, and facilitate its replacement with a next-generation, modernized strategic weapons force. Download PDF: Out-w-Old-Nukes-WT-1996.06.10

Return of the old Soviet guard

by J Michael Waller, Washington Times, January 15, 1996 Download PDF: Return-Old-Sov-Guard-WT-1996.01.15