Extra-Sexual Fooling Around

Buckley Jr., William F.
May 1999
National Review;5/3/1999, Vol. 51 Issue 8, p63
The article argues the need for the U.S. Congress to investigate the alleged stealing of the country's nuclear weapons technology secrets and their transfer to China and the necessity of punishing those responsible for this crime. The stealing of the country's nuclear weapons technology is a very serious crime that needs full attention by the Congress. National security is at stake in this incident. China's foreign policy and its interest are in opposition with the foreign policy and national interest of the U.S. The issue of Taiwan's sovereignty remains a major irritant in the relations between China and the U.S. There is also a need to enhance the security in the country's national laboratories in order to prevent a repeat of this incident. President Bill Clinton's preoccupation with getting himself reelected may have led to the relaxing of security in the country's national laboratories.


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