The nuclear question in the Middle East /

Understanding the scope and motivations of the Middle East's nuclear activities are essential to global security concerns, but few studies see past the political and military dimensions of the issue, or look beyond the sources and mechanisms of proliferation and the possibilities of reversing t...

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Corporate Author: Georgetown University. Center for International and Regional Studies.
Other Authors: Kamrava, Mehran, 1964-
Format: Book
Published: New York : Columbia University Press, c2012.
Table of Contents:
  • The nuclear question in the Middle East : context, complexities, and paradoxes / Mehran Kamrava
  • Domestic sources of nuclear behavior in the Middle East / Etel Solingen
  • Leadership transitions and nuclear futures in Egypt and Libya / Maria Rost Rublee
  • The role of nuclear energy in Gulf States' economic development / Giacomo Luciani
  • Saudi Arabia's nuclear future / Thomas W. Lippman
  • The economic and prestige aspects of Abu Dhabi's nuclear program / Mari Luomi
  • Lessons from Turkey's long quest for nuclear power / Mustafa Kibaroglu
  • Israel and the invention of nuclear opacity / Avner Cohen
  • Iran's nuclear program / Kayhan Barzegar
  • A nuclear weapons free zone in the Middle East / Gawdat Bahgat.