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Jul 07, 1998 US Satellite Transfers to China: Addressing the Latest Contentions
Presentations
Jun 17, 1998 U.S. Satellite Technology Transfers To China: What's At Issue, Questions & Answers
Henry Sokolski's testimony presented before a joint hering on the House International Relations Committee and the House National Security Committee.
Testimony & Transcripts
Jun 01, 1998 Selling China the Rope.... Clinton didn"t start it but he sure made it worse
An article for The Weekly Standard.
Articles
Apr 10, 1998 Space Technology Transfers & Missile Proliferation
Henry Sokolski's testimony presented before The Commission on the Ballistic Missile Threat Barriers and Pathways to Proliferation April 10, 1998 Arlington, Virginia. Hearing Title:  Ballistic Missile Threat Barriers and Pathways to Proliferation
Testimony & Transcripts
Aug 31, 1993 Ending South Africa's Rocket Program: A Nonproliferation Success
Working Papers
Jul 17, 1985 The Wall Street Journal, "Arms Control That Could Work"
Op-ed, Wall Street Journal, July 17, 1985, p. 28. Courtesy of the Wall Street Journal, the Wohlstetter Estate, and Brian G. Chow. This op-ed summarizes Wohlstetter and Chow’s Self-Defense Zones in Space, a study for Integrated Long-Term Defense Strategy in partial fulfillment of MDA903-84-C-0325, Marina del Rey, CA: PAN Heuristics, July 1986.
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