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Nuclear Networks

Nuclear Networks

Nuclear Networks

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Investigators have uncovered a network of nuclear blueprints, middlemen and parts that stretches from northern Europe to southwest Asia. Join NPR's Neal Conan and his guests to connect the dots of illicit nuclear weapons programs and to discuss how the investigation can affect efforts to control proliferation.

Guests:

David Sanger
*New York Times reporter

Gary Milhollin
*Director of the Wisconsin Project On Nuclear Arms Control, a think tank in Washington, working to slow the spread of weapons of mass destruction

Leonard Spector
* Director of the Washington office of the Monterrey Institute's Center for Nonproliferation Studies