1995 Israel Special Weapons News
- Israelis 'will end nuclear option after peace deal' By Ohad Gozani in Tel Aviv The Electronic Telegraph Wednesday 27 December 1995 - ISRAEL'S Prime Minister, Shimon Peres, said yesterday his country was ready to give up its nuclear option if it could conclude a comprehensive Middle East peace deal. "Give me peace, and I'll give up the nuclear option," he told a press luncheon. "If there is regional peace, I believe it will be possible to have a Middle East free of all nuclear threats, missiles and other weapons."
- To Launch an Arrow Into the Air, Tel Aviv HA'ARETZ, 11 Dec 95
- "Information Technologies and International Security: Research and Decision Making Issues" by Gerald Steinberg -- UNIDIR Newsletter, #30, Section III, Chapter 5: The Middle East.
- "Middle East Space Race Gathers Pace" by Gerald Steinberg -- International Defense Review, October 1995, Vol. 28.
- A New Threat to the Arrow, Tel Aviv HA'ARETZ,
15 Oct 95
- Israel's Nuclear Weapons - A Case Study, Elizabeth Stevens Nonproliferation Analysis Volume I, Issue 1, Summer 1995
- TEST FIRING OF ARROW 2 DEFINED AS SUCCESSFUL ISRAEL LINE MONDAY JULY 31, 1995 -- The first test-firing of the Arrow 2 anti-missile missile Sunday afternoon was defined as a success. The missile is expected to be operationable in 18 months.
- "Israel and the Changing Global Non-Proliferation Regime: The NPT, CTBT, and Fissile Cut-Off" by Gerald Steinberg -- Contemporary Security Policy, 16:1, Spring 1995.
- Background on North Korea-Iran Missile Deal,
Article by 'Oded Granot, Tel Aviv MA'ARIV, 14 Apr 95
- Limits of Deterrence, by Re'uven Pedatzur,
Tel Aviv HA'ARETZ, 28 Mar 95
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