Pakistan and the New Age of Nuclear Proliferation Reporters Douglas Frantz and Catherine Collins detail the sequence of events that allowed one man to lay the groundwork for Pakistan to become a nuclear-armed country. According to their book, The Nuclear Jihadist, the acquisition of nuclear technologies and expertise to assemble functioning bombs by Iran, Libya, North Korea, and Pakistan, can be traced to one source: Abdul Qadeer Khan. From his earliest days working in a Dutch research laboratory through his flight to Pakistan to spearhead its nuclear program, US and foreign intelligence authorities watched A.Q. Khan and could have stopped him from smuggling technology and blueprints to other countries, but as the authors claim were thwarted or ignored by political leaders who chose to concentrate on what they believed to be more immediate strategic priorities - World Affairs Council of Northern Californiamoreless
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