Nuclear Iran: The Birth of an Atomic State

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An updated edition of this ground-breaking book, including the inside story of the breakdown of the US-Iranian nuclear deal.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Introduction

2. In the beginning was the Atom bomb: Nuclear Power and the Post-War World in the Middle East

3. The Peacock Wants to Strut: Aspiring to Nuclear Power under the Shah of Iran

4. Arms and the Shah: Developing Nuclear Weapons under the Shah

5. Slow Decline - Quick Fall: The End of the Shah's Nuclear Programme

6. Children of the Revolution: ['An Ideologically Unclean Atom Bomb'] 1979-1980

7. Restart? 1980-1984 [Reviving the Nuclear option]

8. We Are Victims: [Iran's Search for New Nuclear Partners] 1984-1989

9. Iran's version of an Islamic Bomb? Nuclear Weapons Under the Early Republic

10. Restart for Real: Iran's Nuclear Programme Goes Live 1990-1997

11. Crisis: Nuclear Negotiations 2002-2005

12. Enter Ahmadinejad: Reversing into the Future 2005-2008

13. Enter Obama: Trying for Nuclear Detente?

14. Qom, the Natanz Site and Everything After

15. Conclusion

Appendices etc.

Om forfatteren

David Patrikarakos is a writer and journalist who has written for New Statesman, Financial Times, the London Review of Books, Prospect and The Guardian. In 2014 he was appointed a Poynter Fellow at Yale University and is currently a Non-Resident Fellow in the School of Iranian Studies, at the University of St Andrews. He has produced several documentary films, including for the Channel 4 series Dispatches. He is also the author of War in 140 Characters: How Social Media is Reshaping Conflict in the Twenty-First Century.