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Bureau of Arms Control, Verification and Compliance: START I Hearings


START Hearings 1991-1992

[*Only print transcripts are available via the Government Printing Office.  If/when available, links will be added to the corresponding hearing.]

 

  1. April 17, 1991, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, hearing on START: Present Status and Prospects with Richard Burt, Chief of Delegation, Nuclear and Space Talks; Sidney Graybeal, Science Applications International Cooperation; William Harris, Rand Cooperation; Michael May, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; and Dr. Frank Von Hippel, Princeton University.

     

  2. September 19, 1991, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, hearing on the Soviet Democratic Revolution: Future Prospects and the West’s Response with Jack F. Matlock, Jr., the former Ambassador to the Soviet Union.

     

  3. September 25, 1991, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, hearing on the Soviet Democratic Revolution: START and the Future of Arms Control with Jack Mendelsohn, Arms Control Association; Dr. Wolfgang Panofsky, The National Academy of Sciences; Dr. George Rathens, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; and Dr. Robert Reischauer, Congressional Budget Office.

     

  4. October 23, 1991, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, hearing on the START Treaty and the Future of Arms Control with former U.S. Secretaries of Defense Harold Brown and James R. Schlesinger.

     

  5. November 7, 1991, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, hearing on President Bush’s Unilateral Arms Reduction Initiative and the Gorbachev Response with Ronald Lehman, U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (ACDA); Stephen Hadley, Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Policy; and former ACDA directors Ralph Earle II, Eugene V. Rostow and Paul C. Warnke.

     

  6. February 6, 1992, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, hearing on Report on the Situation in Four Former Soviet Republics Possessing Nuclear Weapons with Reginald Bartholomew, Under Secretary of State for International Security Affairs.

     

  7. February 19, 1992, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, hearing on Strategic Nuclear Reduction in a Post-Cold War World: The Changing Eastern Situation with Dr. James Billington, Library of Congress; Dr. Murray Feshbach, Georgetown University; Dr. John Hardt, Congressional Research Service.

     

  8. February 25, 1992, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, hearing on Strategic Nuclear Reduction in a Post- Cold War World: National Security Issues with Hans Bethe, Cornell University; and Paul Nitze, Johns Hopkins University.

     

  9. February 27, 1992, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, hearing on Strategic Nuclear Reduction in a Post- Cold War World: National Security Issues with Dr. Albert Carnesale, Harvard University; Dr. Richard Garwin, Watson Research Center; Sidney Graybeal, Science Applications International Corporation; and William Harris, the Rand Corporation.

     

  10. February 28, 1992, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, hearing on Strategic Nuclear Reduction in a Post-Cold War World: The Changing Eastern Situation with former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger.

     

  11. March 3, 1992, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, hearing on Strategic Nuclear Reduction in a Post-Cold War World: The Future of Arms Control with Dr. Sidney Drell, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center; Dr. Ted Warner, the Rand Corporation; and Richard Perle, American Enterprise Institute.

     

  12. March 5, 1992, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, hearing on Strategic Nuclear Reduction in a Post-Cold War World: Arms Control Viewpoint with Ambassador Jonathan Dean, Union of Concerned Scientists; Spurgeon Keeny, Arms Control Association; Jay Kosminsky, Heritage Foundation; and Dr. Frank Von Hippel, Princeton University.

     

  13. March 10, 1992, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, hearing on Strategic Nuclear Reduction in a Post-Cold War World: Legal Experts on Succession Issues with Ralph Earle, Lawyer’s Alliance for World Security; George Bunn , Stanford University; and John Rhinelander, Shaw, Pittman, Ports & Trowbridge.

     

  14. March 11, 1992 , Senate Foreign Relations Committee, hearing on the Situation in the Former Soviet Union with Robert S. Strauss, U.S. Ambassador to Russia.

     

  15. March 17, 1992, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, hearing on the Plight of the Soviet Scientists with Dr. D. Allan Bromely, Assistant to the President for Science and Technology; Dr. Robert Gallucci, Department of State Senior Coordinator for Non-Proliferation Affairs in the Newly Independent States; Dr. Frank Press, National Academy of Sciences President; and Dr. David Hamburg, Carnegie Corporation President.

     

  16. June 23, 1992, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, hearing on the Treaty Between the US and the USSR on the Reduction and Limitation of Strategic Offensive Arms (The START Treaty) Treaty with James Baker, Secretary of State.

     

  17. June 26, 1992, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, hearing on START Treaty: Treaty Assessment with Ronald F. Lehman, Director, United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency; and Linton F. Brooks, Chief START Negotiator, Acting Head of Delegation to the Nuclear and Space Talks.

     

  18. June 26,1992, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, hearing on START Treaty: Defense Implication and Military View with Richard Cheney, Secretary of Defense; General Colin Powell, Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff; General Gordon Sullivan, Chief of Staff, United State Army; Admiral Frank Kelso, United State Navy, Chief of Naval Operations; General John R, Dailey; United States Marine Corps, Assistant Commandant; and General Merrill McPeak, United States Air Force, Chief of Staff.

     

  19. June 30, 1992, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, hearing on START Treaty: Intelligence Community (Closed) with Robert M. Gates, Director of Central Intelligence; Douglas MacEachin, Chief Arms Control Intelligence Staff for the Director of Central Intelligence; Dr. Lawrence Gershwin, National Intelligence Officer for Strategic Programs for the Director of Central Intelligence; and Lieutenant General James R. Clapper, Jr., Director, Defense Intelligence Agency.

     

  20. June 30, 1992, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, hearing on START Treaty: Implementation of the START Treaty with Major General Robert W. Parker, USAF, Director, On-Site Inspection Agency.


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