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inFOCUS Quarterly

Nuclear Proliferation • Winter 2009 • Volume III: Number 4

Matthew Brooks - Letter from the Publisher: Nuclear Proliferation

Kenneth L. Marcus - Iran's Nuclear Anti-Zionism Is Genocidal, Not Political

Jonathan S. Tobin - The Politics of Nonproliferation Diplomacy

Daniel Pollak and Joshua London - Can Sanctions Deter Iran?

Barak M. Seener - Can the IAEA Be Saved?

An Interview with Ambassador Dore Gold - The Rise of Nuclear Iran

Sarah Stern and Kyle Shideler - A Nuclear Bomb in Every Tent

Peter Huessy - Missile Defense in the Age of Nuclear Proliferation

Luis Fleischman - The Nuclearization of Latin America?

David Ibsen - Learning Lessons From North Korea's Nuclear Program

Simon Henderson - Pakistan and Nuclear Proliferation

Asaf Romirowsky - Israel's Qualitative Military Edge

Steven Emerson and Joel Himelfarb - Would Iran Provide A Nuclear Weapon to Terrorists?

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