The Trajectory of Iran's Nuclear Program

Voorkant
Springer, 29 apr. 2016 - 282 pagina's
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This book offers an in-depth historical and technical description of Iran's nuclear program in political, economic, and strategic contexts. The author points out this issue's connections with the evolution of global and regional strategic balances, as well as the stability of the international regime against the proliferation of nuclear weapons.
 

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Introduction
2
1 The Nuclear Program of the Shah 195779
5
2 The Impact of the Revolution 197989
31
3 Progressive Consolidation 198998
48
4 Expansion and Disclosure 19982003
73
5 Diplomacy at Work 200305
95
6 Sanctions and Tensions 200508
111
7 Possible Military Dimensions 19892003
136
8 Negotiations and Pressures 200812
153
9 Rouhanis Prudence and Hopes
181
Conclusion
213
Notes
218
Bibliography Books and Journals
267
Index
273
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Over de auteur (2016)

Michele Gaietta is Research Consultant at the Italian Institute for International Political Studies (ISPI), Milan, Italy. He has published several works on the Iranian nuclear program and collaborated with the International Institute for Strategic Studies, London, UK, on the publication of the Strategic Dossier Iran's Nuclear, Chemical and Biological Capabilities: A Net Assessment.

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