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The Cox Report
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The Cox Committee Report: An Assessment (.pdf)
Alastair Iain Johnston, et. al. Center for International Security and Cooperation, Stanford University, December 1999. Posted on the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace website.

The "Panofsky" Critique and the Cox Committee Report
Nicholas Rostow. Office of Representative Christopher Cox. Posted on the Harvard University website.

The Chinese Government's Official Reply to the Cox Report
July 15, 1999

A Technical Reassessment of the Cox Committee Report
Polyeconomics, Inc., 8 July 1999. Posted on

Director of Central Intelligence Statement on Damage Assessment-Introduction
Damage Assessment
Key Findings
21 April 1999.

Hyping Chinese Espionage
Spurgeon M. Keeny, Jr. Arms Control Today (April/ May 1999).

The Cox Report's 'Dirty Little Secret'
Jonathan D. Pollack. Arms Control Today (April/ May 1999).

The Cox Report: Selected Text and Commentaries
Arms Control Today (April/ May 1999).

Keep the Facts of the Cox Report in Perspective
Representative John M. Spratt, Jr. Arms Control Today (April/ May 1999).

Why China Won't Build U.S. Warheads
Richard L. Garwin. Arms Control Today (April/ May 1999).

The Truth Is Out About Chinese Espionage, Now It’s Time To Get Serious
Ben Boychuck. Claremont Institute, 1999.

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