Nuclear Nightmare

Blanche, Ed
March 2005
Middle East;Mar2005, Issue 354, p30
This article presents information related to a global hunt for renegade bomb salesmen. The worldwide American investigation into the nuclear black market run by the renegade godfather of Pakistan's nuclear arsenal, Abdul Qadeer Khan, is grinding to a halt because the governments. The United Nations' nuclear watchdog, the Vienna-based International Atomic Energy Agency, has been struggling to piece together the network that was behind the world's most dangerous case of nuclear proliferation since Khan's operation was exposed in December 2003 when Libya, one of his customers, came clean on its nuclear arms programme.


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