SENATE HEARING, 106TH CONGRESS - AN EXAMINATION OF THE REPORT OF THE HOUSE SELECT COMMITTEE ON U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY AND MILITARY/COMMERCIAL CONCERNS WITH THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA | United States Government | United States Congress

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  U . S . GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICEWASHINGTON : 59–590cc  2000 S. Hrg. 106–323 AN EXAMINATION OF THE REPORT OF THEHOUSE SELECT COMMITTEE ON U.S. NATIONALSECURITY AND MILITARY/COMMERCIAL CON-CERNS WITH THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA HEARING BEFORE THE INTERNATIONAL SECURITY, PROLIFERATION, ANDFEDERAL SERVICES SUBCOMMITTEE OF THE COMMITTEE ONGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRSUNITED STATES SENATE ONE HUNDRED SIXTH CONGRESS FIRST SESSIONMAY 26, 1999Printed for the use of the Committee on Governmental Affairs ( For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, Congressional Sales OfficeU.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402 VerDate 11-SEP-9809:22 Feb 02, 2000Jkt 000000PO 00000Frm 00001Fmt 5011Sfmt 501159590.TXTSAFFAIRSPsN: SAFFAIRS  (II) COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS FRED THOMPSON, Tennessee, Chairman WILLIAM V. ROTH, Jr., DelawareTED STEVENS, AlaskaSUSAN M. COLLINS, MaineGEORGE V. VOINOVICH, OhioPETE V. DOMENICI, New MexicoTHAD COCHRAN, Mississippi ARLEN SPECTER, PennsylvaniaJUDD GREGG, New HampshireJOSEPH I. LIEBERMAN, ConnecticutCARL LEVIN, MichiganDANIEL K. AKAKA, HawaiiRICHARD J. DURBIN, IllinoisROBERT G. TORRICELLI, New JerseyMAX CLELAND, GeorgiaJOHN EDWARDS, North CarolinaH  ANNAH S. S ISTARE , Staff Director and Counsel J OYCE  A. R ECHTSCHAFFEN ,  Minority Staff Director and Counsel D  ARLA  D. C  ASSELL ,  Administrive Clerk INTERNATIONAL SECURITY, PROLIFERATION, AND FEDERAL SERVICESSUBCOMMITTEE THAD COCHRAN, Mississippi, Chairman TED STEVENS, AlaskaSUSAN M. COLLINS, MainePETE V. DOMENICI, New Mexico ARLEN SPECTER, PennsylvaniaJUDD GREGG, New HampshireDANIEL K. AKAKA, HawaiiCARL LEVIN, MichiganROBERT G. TORRICELLI, New JerseyMAX CLELAND, GeorgiaJOHN EDWARDS, North CarolinaM ITCHEL B. K  UGLER , Staff Director R ICHARD J. K  ESSLER ,  Minority Staff Director J ULIE  A. S  ANDER , Chief Clerk VerDate 11-SEP-9809:22 Feb 02, 2000Jkt 000000PO 00000Frm 00002Fmt 5904Sfmt 590459590.TXTSAFFAIRSPsN: SAFFAIRS  (III) C O N T E N T S Opening statements: Page Senator Cochran...............................................................................................1Senator Akaka..................................................................................................2Senator Lieberman...........................................................................................3Senator Levin....................................................................................................5Senator Thompson [ex officio].........................................................................5Senator Collins.................................................................................................6Senator Spector.................................................................................................6WITNESSESW EDNESDAY  , M  AY  26, 1999Hon. Christopher Cox, a Representative in Congress from the State of Cali-fornia.....................................................................................................................7Hon. Norman D. Dicks, a Representative in Congress from the State of Washington...........................................................................................................9 A  LPHABETICAL L IST OF W ITNESSES Cox, Hon. Christopher:Testimony..........................................................................................................7Dicks, Hon. Norman D.:Testimony..........................................................................................................9 A  PPENDIX  Select Committee on U.S. National Security and Military/Commercial Con-cerns with the People’s Republic of China, Report Overview...........................51 An article from The New York Times, May 26, 1999, entitled ‘‘America’sStolen Secrets’’......................................................................................................82 An editorial from The Washington Times, May 26, 1999, entitled ‘‘The CoxReport’’..................................................................................................................84 An article from The Washington Post, May 26, 1999, entitled ‘‘Nuclear Pick-pocket’’...................................................................................................................86 An article from The Wall Street Journal, May 26, 1999, entitled ‘‘The BanquoReport’’..................................................................................................................87List of General Accounting Office Reports on DOE Security Issues...................88 VerDate 11-SEP-9809:22 Feb 02, 2000Jkt 000000PO 00000Frm 00003Fmt 5904Sfmt 590459590.TXTSAFFAIRSPsN: SAFFAIRS  (1) 1 The report referred to appears in the Appendix on page 51.  AN EXAMINATION OF THE REPORT OF THEHOUSE SELECT COMMITTEE ON U.S. NA-TIONAL SECURITY AND MILITARY/COMMER-CIAL CONCERNS WITH THE PEOPLE’S RE-PUBLIC OF CHINA  WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1999 U.S. S ENATE ,S UBCOMMITTEE ON I NTERNATIONAL S ECURITY  ,P ROLIFERATION ,  AND F EDERAL S ERVICES , OF THE C OMMITTEE ON G OVERNMENTAL  A  FFAIRS , Washington, DC. The Subcommittee met, pursuant to notice, at 3:12 p.m. in room342, Senate Dirksen Building, Hon. Thad Cochran, Chairman of the Subcommittee, presiding.Present: Senators Cochran, Lieberman, Akaka, Collins, Levin,Specter, Torricelli, and Thompson [ex officio]. OPENING STATEMENT OF SENATOR COCHRAN Senator C OCHRAN . The Subcommittee will please come to order.We appreciate very much everyone’s patience and we especiallyappreciate the effort that our colleagues from the House have madeto be with us today.We are conducting a hearing of our Subcommittee to examine thereport released yesterday by the House Select Committee on U.S.National Security and Military/Commercial Concerns with the Peo-ple’s Republic of China. 1 I’m going to put my opening statement in the record and inviteour witnesses to proceed to discuss with the Subcommittee thefindings they made and the report which they have released.[The prepared statement of Senator Cochran follows:] PREPARED OPENING STATEMENT OF SENATOR COCHRANI’d like to welcome everyone to today’s hearing of the Governmental Affairs Sub-committee on International Security, Proliferation, and Federal Services. Today wewill examine the unclassified report, released yesterday, of the House Select Com-mittee on U.S. National Security and Military/Commercial Concerns with the Peo-ple’s Republic of China.In his Pulitzer Prize-winning book The Making of the Atomic Bomb, RichardRhodes writes that General Leslie Groves, head of the World War II ManhattanProject, laid down specific criteria for selecting a site to develop the world’s firstatomic bomb. According to Rhodes, General Groves specified that this site had to VerDate 11-SEP-9809:22 Feb 02, 2000Jkt 000000PO 00000Frm 00004Fmt 6633Sfmt 662159590.TXTSAFFAIRSPsN: SAFFAIRS
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