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Nuclear Power in the Developing World
Nuclear Power in the Developing World
By Daniel Poneman
Alien & Unwin, 1982, 254 pp
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An intelligent analysis of the relationship between the spread of nuclear power and its potential consequences for nuclear weapons development. The cases chosen for study-Argentina, Iran and Indonesia-are of special interest. The specificity of analysis and the author's technical competence place this book above many others on this topic.