by Gordon Corera
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The riveting, inside story of the rise and fall of AQ Khan and his role in the devastating spread of nuclear technology over the last thirty years is told through this unique window into the challenges of stopping a new nuclear arms race.
October 13, 2006 Could North Korea be planning to sell its nuclear bomb technology? Gordon Corera, security correspondent for BBC News, talks with Alex Chadwick about the Stalinist nation's record on weapons proliferation.
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September 11, 2006 Gordon Corera, security correspondent for the BBC, warns in his new book that we may be entering a new era of accelerated weapons proliferation. In Shopping for Bombs, Corera writes about the challenges of halting the proliferation of nuclear weapons and about A.Q. Khan, the man described by a former CIA director as at least as dangerous as Osama bin Laden.
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