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Shopping for Bombs: Nuclear Proliferation, Global Insecurity, and the Rise and Fall of the AQ Khan Network

By Joanne Myers | Public Affairs | September 7, 2006

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The spread of nuclear weapons technology around the globe presents the greatest security challenge of our time. In Shopping for Bombs, Mr. Corera presents a unique window into the challenges of stopping a new nuclear arms race, a race which A. Q. Khan did more than any other individual to promote. In addition, this book will provide new insight into Iran's nuclear ambitions and how close Teheran may be to developing a nuclear weapon.

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