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Friday, September 28, 2012

Helping Iran Build the Bomb

Important piece coming Sunday in NYT by veteran science writer William J. Broad on what he calls the "surprising" (though not too many) news that a great number of experts say an Israel or U.S. attack on Iran would actually speed their bomb project.  For example:
Mark Fitzpatrick, a senior nonproliferation official at the International Institute for Strategic Studies, a prominent arms analysis group in London, said in an e-mail interview that it was “almost certain” that a military strike on Iran would result in “a Manhattan-style rush to produce nuclear weapons as fast as possible.”

1 comment:

Dave said...

Not if the attack were successful... duh. This guy actually gets paid to write this stuff?

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