The Defense Implications of Arms Control; Summary of the Sixth Annual International Conference on Controlling Arms, held in Norfolk, Virginia on 2-5 June 1997.
DEFENSE SPECIAL WEAPONS AGENCY ALEXANDRIA VA
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The Defense Implications of Arms Control is a report on the substantive presentations and discussions of the Defense Special Weapons Agencys Sixth Annual International Conference on Controlling Arms. The conference is organized each year to provide a multinational forum for the topics that comprise the policies, technologies, and operations of arms control, including treaty arrangements, cooperative threat reduction, and proliferation prevention and response. The 1997 meeting was held at the Waterside Marriott Hotel and Conference Center in Norfolk, Virginia, from 2 to 5 June. This report is a summary of the conference sessions, based on rapporteurs notes and, in some cases, written material provided by presenters. The speech by the Honorable John D. Holum, Director of the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency ACDA, is presented verbatim as furnished by ACDAs Public Affairs office. The speeches by the Honorable Harold P. Smith, Jr., and Ambassador Robert L. Gallucci, as presented herein, are summaries based on transcriptions.
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