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Iran's Nuclear Option: Tehran's Quest For The Atom Bomb

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At a time when international terrorism is the focal point of our concerns, a far more pressing threat has arisen to the balance of power in the world and ultimately to the security of our country. Since the Islamic Republic of Iran admitted, just two years ago, that it was secretly producing highly enriched, weapons-grade uranium, leading nations have struggled to react in ...more
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Published January 19th 2005 by Casemate Publishers (first published 2005)
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Al J Venter is a war correspondent, documentary filmmaker, and author of more than forty books who also served as an African and Middle East correspondent for Jane's International Defence Review.

He has reported on a number of Africa’s bloodiest wars, starting with the Nigerian Civil War in 1965, where he spent time covering the conflict with colleague Frederick Forsyth, who was working in Biafra f
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