Appendix D

Background Information Sources

An assessment of the International Science and Technology Center: Redirecting expertise in weapons of mass destruction in the former Soviet Union, 1996. Washington D.C.: National Academy Press.

Bernstein, D., ed. 1997. Cooperative Business Ventures between U.S. Companies and Russian Defense Enterprises. Stanford University: The Center for International Security and Arms Control.

Gore-Chernomyrdin Commission IX. September 22–23, 1997. Moscow, Russia.

Proliferation concerns: Assessing U.S. efforts to help contain nuclear and other dangerous materials and technologies in the former Soviet Union. 1997. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.

RAND, 1997. International cooperation in research and development: An inventory of U.S. government spending and a framework for measuring benefits. Report MR-900. RAND.

Reorientation of the research capability of the former Soviet Union: A report to the Assistant to the President for Science and Technology, Results of a workshop on March 3, 1992 sponsored by the NAS, NAE and IOM, Washington D.C.: National Academy Press.

Schweitzer, G.E. 1997. Experiments in cooperation: Assessing U.S.-Russian programs in science and technology. New York: Twentieth Century Fund.

Sustaining excellence in science and engineering in the former Soviet Union. Report on a conference on February 9, 1993. Washington D.C.: National Academy Press.



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--> Appendix D Background Information Sources An assessment of the International Science and Technology Center: Redirecting expertise in weapons of mass destruction in the former Soviet Union, 1996. Washington D.C.: National Academy Press. Bernstein, D., ed. 1997. Cooperative Business Ventures between U.S. Companies and Russian Defense Enterprises. Stanford University: The Center for International Security and Arms Control. Gore-Chernomyrdin Commission IX. September 22–23, 1997. Moscow, Russia. Proliferation concerns: Assessing U.S. efforts to help contain nuclear and other dangerous materials and technologies in the former Soviet Union. 1997. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. RAND, 1997. International cooperation in research and development: An inventory of U.S. government spending and a framework for measuring benefits. Report MR-900. RAND. Reorientation of the research capability of the former Soviet Union: A report to the Assistant to the President for Science and Technology, Results of a workshop on March 3, 1992 sponsored by the NAS, NAE and IOM, Washington D.C.: National Academy Press. Schweitzer, G.E. 1997. Experiments in cooperation: Assessing U.S.-Russian programs in science and technology. New York: Twentieth Century Fund. Sustaining excellence in science and engineering in the former Soviet Union. Report on a conference on February 9, 1993. Washington D.C.: National Academy Press.