"Walking the Walk: Controlling Arms in the 199Os, is a summary of the Defense Nuclear Agency's Fifth Annual International Conference on Controlling Arms. The conference was organized to provide a multinational forum on topics that constitute the policies, technologies, and operations of arms control, threat reduction, proliferation prevention, and counterterrorism. The 1996 gathering was held at the Marriot Waterside Hotel and Convention Center in Norfolk, Virginia from 3 to 6 June. On 26 June the Defense Nuclear Agency was redesignated the Defense Special Weapons Agency. The report is a summary of the conference sessions. The speech by the Honorable John M. Deutch, Director of Central Intelligence, is presented verbatim as transcribed. The views presented are those of the conference participants and do not represent those of the Defense Special Weapons Agency, the Department of Defense, Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), or the Center for Verification Research."
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Fifth Annual International Conference on Controlling Arms. Marriot Waterside Hotel and Convention Center, Norfolk, Virginia. June 3-6, 1996