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– Gary Samore
Former White House Coordinator for Arms Control and WMD Terrorism
Missile Testing
  • September 2, 2008

    Iran carried out a test of a space launch vehicle Aug. 17, claiming the test was in preparation for placing an Iranian satellite in orbit. Although not believed to have been successful, the test has continued to raise concerns in the West. U.S. and European governments fear that Iran's development of rockets capable of placing satellites in orbit will improve Iran's ability to build longer-range ballistic missiles. (Continue)

  • September 19, 2006

    Since North Korea expelled international nuclear inspectors in late 2002, the international community has sought to persuade Pyongyang to halt and eliminate its nuclear weapons activities, which pose a serious threat to regional and international peace and stability. Although five countries (China, Japan, Russia, South Korea, and the United States) reached a September 2005 agreement with North Korea committing it to abandon its nuclear programs of concern, there has been little progress toward this goal. Indeed, Pyongyang has continued to operate its nuclear facilities and launched a round of ballistic missile tests in early July. The distinguished panel will make recommendations on what can be done to revitalize the deteriorating diplomatic process and make progress toward denuclearization in North Korea. (Continue)

  • May 1, 2003

    More Realistic Missile Defense Testing Could Begin in 2005

  • April 1, 2003

    Top Pentagon officials testifying in March on U.S. missile defense programs assured senators that the Pentagon intends to thoroughly test an anti-ballistic missile...

  • April 1, 2003

    Returning to an old pattern of tit-for-tat missile testing, India and Pakistan each tested short-range, nuclear-capable missiles March 26...

  • March 1, 2003

    The General Accounting Office (GAO) reported January 27 that the contract for a key element of the Pentagon’s strategic missile defense system was not awarded on technical or cost considerations...

  • March 1, 2003

    India conducted four separate missile tests in January and February, including one of the nuclear-capable Agni-I on January 9...

  • March 1, 2003

    As part of its fiscal year 2004 budget request, the Bush administration is asking Congress to treat plans to field up to 40 ground- and sea-based missile interceptors...

  • November 1, 2002
  • October 1, 2002

    North Korea Extends Missile-Test Moratorium; U.S. to Send Kelly