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Subsidizing Russia’s nuclear scientists

by J Michael Waller, Insight, April 5-12, 1999. Nearly six years ago, Congress and the Clinton administration launched a visionary scheme to help the scientists and engineers designing the Soviet weapons of mass destruction to put their skills to civilian use. The goal was to prevent them from working for rogue regimes such as Iran, Iraq

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

The chemical weapons coverup

by J. Michael Waller, Wall Street Journal, February 13, 1997 (click here for PDF WSJ: Chem Weapons Coverup 1997.02.13) President Clinton had hardly completed his first year in office when Sen. William Cohen (R., Maine) suspected that the administration was covering up ominous Russian military developments. Mr. Cohen introduced legislation requiring the president “to tell us