Milton Leitenberg: The treaty itself also prohibits the development, not just the production. "Production, stockpile, transfer," I'm missing one... "storage." But also, "development." Now, there's even a word before development: research. But that's not in the treaty. The British had proposed a draft treaty which said research, too. We always talk about research, development, test, and evaluation. And then production. The Americans and the Russians didn't want to ban research, so research got thrown away. But that's terribly important when you talk about violation of the treaty, because development is a violation, research is not, and the line between those doesn't exist.