Russian Reaction, Day Two: Recalling the Ambassador

Russia’s concerns about the perceived trend toward the unrestricted use of force by the United States.

Russian Reaction: What’s Behind the Opposition?

Russian remains firm on its position that the use of force in international relations requires the explicit endorsement of the Security Council, except in cases of self defense.

International Reactions to US Strikes on Iraq

US air strikes on Iraq are met with mixed views from the international community.

UNSCOM: United Nations Special Commission

Laboratory analyses seek to establish what substances filled special missile warheads remnants excavated in Iraq.

Iraq Sought Russian Arms Technology

In an effort to rearm after the 1991 Persian Golf War Iraq looked to Russia for military technology and know-how about weapons of mass destruction.

Report of the Executive Chairman on the Activities of the Special Commission

Executive Chairman publishes Special Commission’s findings on Iraq’s WMD and missile capabilities.

800 Russian Gyroscopes to Iraq: Conclusions

The question qui prodest? – who profits? drove the Center for Policy Studies in Russia to investigate “The Gyroscope Deal” between Russia and Iraq.

The Case Russia Forgot

Russia continues to fail in its enforcement of its regulations against missile exports.

Russian Missile Technology Sold to Iraq as Scrap

Gyroscopes discovered in Iraq originated from a closed military institute in Russia.