Securing Pakistan's Nuclear Weapons

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In Sunday's New York Times, correspondent David Sanger reports that the Bush administration has provided Pakistan with almost $100 million in aid to help secure the country's nuclear weapons. The program is highly classified and U.S. aid is likely to continue, Sanger says.


David Sanger, chief Washington correspondent for The New York Times

Zia Mian, physicist and director of Princeton's Project on Peace and Security in South Asia



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