by Catherine Collins and Douglas Frantz
Hardcover, 289 pages, Simon & Schuster, List Price: $26 |
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Exposes the truth behind the elaborate efforts by the CIA to conceal the efforts by Abdul Qadeer Khan to sell nuclear weapons to enemy nations and reveals the consequential threat to national security today.
January 4, 2011 A new book by journalists Douglas Frantz and Catherine Collins alleges that the CIA was so obsessed with getting information from nuclear trafficker A.Q. Khan's network, it waited too long to shut it down — and stood by while Khan and his associates spread dangerous nuclear technology around the globe.
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