Iran and Nuclear Weapons
Iran s senior leadership and government officials claim to be pursuing a legitimate, civilian nuclear energy program. However, many believe Iran is also operating a secret program to develop nuclear weapons. What is the truth? This book takes an evenhanded approach to looking more closely at the Iranian nuclear energy program and its global implications.
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What Are Nuclear Weapons? What Are Nuclear Weapons?
A Country of Extremes A Country of Extremes
The Iranian Revolution The Iranian Revolution Chapter Three Chapter Three
Secrets and False Promises Secrets and False Promises
Offers Made Compromises Considered
Hard Decisions Hard Decisions
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