This document submitted by Pakistan to the IAEA in 1978 has some Information about the country’s nuclear power program.
This statement from India’s PermRep to the CD explains that
India, is [sic] a responsible nuclear weapon State and as per its nuclear doctrine, follows a policy of maintaining a credible minimum deterrence, based on a no-first-use posture and non-use of nuclear weapons against non-nuclear weapon States.
This 1967 report from the Joint Commission on Atomic Energy, titled Impact of Chinese Communist Nuclear Weapons Progress on United States National Security, makes for interesting reading, particularly this section comparing the French and Chinese nuclear weapons programs:
I suspect that this summary paragraph was meant to draw the most attention:
This 2008 speech by Thomas Fingar is pretty informative,. For example, there’s his description of Intellipedia in response to a question from the moderator.
Intellipedia is a classified version of Wikipedia that we started up about two and a half years ago. And part of it was sort of responding to the way our younger workforce lives in the digital realm.
We want people to have the equivalent of an eBay reputation.
These references by the moderator were current at the time:
That concept of reputation – one can spin that out a little bit. The Intelligence Community version of Friendster or MySpace or whatever where the more friends you have, the better you are thought of.
Anachronisms are funny.
This September OPCW background document is a great primer for the CWC.