Beyond Sand and Oil: The Nuclear Middle East

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    This text provides an up-to-date overview of nuclear weapons in the politically fragile Middle East, discussing the evolution and future of national programs, as well as the current challenge posed by Iran. * Each chapter chronologically identifies key milestones in the nuclear programs of the selected nations * Contains maps depicting areas of the Middle East * Provides a comprehensive discussion by country of the nuclear weapons programs that have evolved in the Middle East since the 1950s * Other key issues are addressed, specifically the evolution of the India-Pakistan nuclear rivalry and the current dangers posed by Pakistan's "Muslim bomb"

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    Number of Pages: 228
    Format(s): Hardback - ISBN: 9780313387050
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    Listed in: International relations
    Publisher: Praeger Publishers Inc

    Books by Jack Caravelli

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