SA nuclear power worries US

Vesely, Milan
July 1998
African Business;Jul/Aug98, Issue 234, p8
Reports that the United States (US) intelligence agencies are reviewing South Africa's multi-billion dollar armament industry particularly its apartheid era nuclear weapons program. Information on South Africa's seven nuclear weapons; Concerns of the US on South Africa's armament industry; Efforts being made by the US in dealing with second tier nuclear nations such as South Africa.


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