Irans Nuclear Option: Tehrans Quest For The Atom Bomb Al J. Venter

ISBN: 9781612000527

Published: January 19th 2005

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Irans Nuclear Option: Tehrans Quest For The Atom Bomb  by  Al J. Venter

Irans Nuclear Option: Tehrans Quest For The Atom Bomb by Al J. Venter
January 19th 2005 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 0 pages | ISBN: 9781612000527 | 3.59 Mb

At a time when international terrorism is the focal point of our concerns, a far more pressing threat has arisen to the balance of power in the world and ultimately to the security of our country. Since the Islamic Republic of Iran admitted, just twoMoreAt a time when international terrorism is the focal point of our concerns, a far more pressing threat has arisen to the balance of power in the world and ultimately to the security of our country. Since the Islamic Republic of Iran admitted, just two years ago, that it was secretly producing highly enriched, weapons-grade uranium, leading nations have struggled to react in an appropriate manner.

In this book, the U.S. public is able to learn, in full detail and for the first time, exactly what the Europeans and UN have been trying to forestall.In Iran we see a country, located at the center of the Middle East, which could very shortly have the ability to strike its immediate neighbors and nations farther away with nuclear weapons. With the innate size to dominate its region, Iran is also a country with an avowed mission to export its theocratic principles, and a nation which has, over the past 25 years, been a notorious supporter of terrorist organizations.

Its parallel development of atomic bombs comprises the greatest threat that we have seen in the new millennium.In Irans Nuclear Option, defense expert Al J. Venter details the extent to which Irans weapons program has developed, and the clandestine manner in which its nuclear technology has been acquired.

He demonstrates how Tehran has violated the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and details the involvement of several countries who have been shown by the IAEA to have trafficked in illegal nuclear materials. He proves, for the first time, a direct link between the now-defunct South African apartheid regimes nuclear program and Tehrans current nuclear ambitions.Venter digs deep into ancillary subjects, such as Irans fervor on behalf of Shiite Islam, its missile program-developed alongside its nuclear one-and the role of the Pasdaran (Revolutionary Guards), whose tentacles have spread throughout the Middle East and increasingly further afield.

While noting Tehrans support of terrorist groups such as Hizbollah, Venter follows closely how the Persian homeland itself has progressed toward a strategic nuclear capability that would make recent terrorist attacks look obsolete.Irans Nuclear Option is essential reading for anyone with an interest in global security and the perilous volatility of the Middle East. It also comprises an indicator for Americas own options, should it be willing to counter the threat while time remains, in favor of world peace rather than greater global instability.



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