Securing Pakistan's Nuclear Weapons 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.
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Securing Pakistan's Nuclear Weapons

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.

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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