Kazakhstan: Reducing Nuclear Danger, Increasing Global Security
In his remarks, Sam Nunn hails Kazakhstan's decision to dismantle their nuclear arsenal in the early 1990's and explains how through that action, they've built a friendship with the United States and been an example to the world.
the Terrorism Threat
WMD terrorism is a threat to global security. In 2010 testimony, the U.S. director of national intelligence said that dozens of identified domestic and international terrorists and terrorist groups have expressed intent to obtain and use WMD in future acts of terrorism.
This article provides an overview of Kazakhstan’s historical and current policies relating to nuclear, chemical, biological and missile proliferation.
Global Security Newswire
July 28, 2011
The man who has acknowledged carrying out last week's mass killings in Norway claimed in his online treatise that he was allied with other right-wight militant groups, some of whom he said were pursuing acquisition of unconventional weapons, the Federation of American Scientists noted on Wednesday (see GSN, July 27).
Nov. 3, 2010
WASHINGTON -- Al-Qaeda and other terrorist organizations are unlikely to incorporate elements of a weapon of mass destruction into devices similar to those recovered in last week's unsuccessful mail bomb plot, according to national security experts (see GSN, Oct. 28).