AUTHORDelpech, Thérèse
TITLEIran and the Bomb: The Abdication of International Responsibility
PUBLISHERColumbia University Press
CITYNew York, NY
DATE PUBLISHED2007
ISBN978-0-231-70006-1


The author of this book, a French government official and nuclear strategist, explores the history and implications of Iran’s nuclear program and concludes that the international community has not adequately addressed the emerging threat posed by a nuclear Iran. By dedicating one chapter to each group involved in the situation – including Europe, America, Russia, India, Israel, and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) – the author clarifies the role that each has played in the drama regarding Iran's secret nuclear program since 1985. In the conclusion, the author recommends future actions the international community should take to halt Iran’s nuclear ambitions. A chronology of international involvement in Iran’s nuclear program and a bibliography supplement the text. The book is an English translation of a work that was originally published in French in 2006.


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