2 edition of Exporting the bomb found in the catalog.
Exporting the bomb
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Cornell studies in security affairs, Cornell studies in security affairs|
|LC Classifications||JZ5665 .K76 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009038046|
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Exporting the Bomb demonstrates that proliferation is a function of foreign policy, as well as technology and security. Exporting the bomb book Nuclear aspirants that receive help from nuclear-capable nations through the exchange of sensitive nuclear technology are much more likely to succeed in proliferating, something that has not received the attention it deserves until the publication of Matthew Kroenig's book."―Erik Gartzke, Cited by: In Exporting the Bomb, Kroenig examines the most important historical cases, including France's nuclear assistance to Israel in the s and s; the Soviet Union's sensitive transfers to China from to ; China's nuclear aid to Pakistan in the s; and Pakistan's recent technology transfers, with the help of "rogue" scientist A.
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Pacific Affairs: Vol No. 2 – June 28 EXPORTING THE BOMB: Technology Transfer and the Spread of Nuclear Weapons. Cornell Studies in Security Affairs. By Matthew Kroenig. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, xii, pp. (Tables, figures.) US$, paper. ISBN Exporting the Bomb: Why States Provide Sensitive Nuclear Assistance Article (PDF Available) in American Political Science Review (01) - February with Reads How we measure Author: Matthew Kroenig.
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The bomb had exploded with the almost unbelievable force of eighteen thousand tons of TNT, an explosive used in regular bombs. The heat of the blast completely vaporized the steel tower holding the bomb. For hundreds of feet in all directions, sand was melted into a greenish glass.
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