Home >> Quotes & Sayings >>

Mitchell Reiss Quotes (37 Quotes)


Find Mitchell Reiss books & products @ Amazon


  • And it has to do with having no inventory or stockpiles on the shelf, but items arrive as you need to build your product. What that means is that it's much more difficult to actually find stockpiles of already built weapons.
    (Mitchell Reiss)

  • Sometimes we tend to focus more on the personalities and the conflicts, and it really caricatures the issues.
    (Mitchell Reiss)

  • And I think they realize that the other five countries are lined up against them, because all five are opposed to North Korea having nuclear weapons.
    (Mitchell Reiss)

  • And so there has been a lot of diplomatic movement.
    (Mitchell Reiss)

  • There is a different future that is available to North Korea, if they choose differently.
    (Mitchell Reiss)


  • First of all, I think the situation today is different. We're in a different place than we were in '93, '94.
    (Mitchell Reiss)

  • We need to do a lot more thinking about how the regime is going to evolve, how the bad guys are going to adapt their tactics, and what measures we're going to need in order to go forward.
    (Mitchell Reiss)

  • What we can do is to explain as clearly as possible what the benefits would be of him going down one path, and what the potential consequences would be if he chooses another path.
    (Mitchell Reiss)

  • I'm not sure you can do anything quickly or easily with the North.
    (Mitchell Reiss)

  • The nexus between terrorism and nuclear weapons, or even nuclear material, is obviously a current concern.
    (Mitchell Reiss)

  • What we're doing now in terms of our diplomacy with Libya is to ensure that that in fact comes true that there are tangible and intangible benefits for Libya-with us, with our European partners, with Libya's neighbors in the region- as it is welcomed back into the community of nations.
    (Mitchell Reiss)

  • The negotiations are continuing now through the media.
    (Mitchell Reiss)

  • So the president set out the policy guidance and said it had to take place in a multilateral fashion so that other countries in the region could be invested in the success of this process.
    (Mitchell Reiss)

  • Any agreement that you have isn't going to be based on North Korea's intentions or trust.
    (Mitchell Reiss)

  • The other countries did not share the same concern the United States had in the early '90's - that North Korea actually had an ongoing nuclear weapons program.
    (Mitchell Reiss)


    Related Authors




Pg 1/3123