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"This is an important book at the right time for the Iranian nuclear debate. It takes a cool, analytical look at some of the more enduring assumptions underlying western policy on the issue, and strips them bare [...] The book is an essential resource as the world heads for another round of bargaining with Tehran."  - Julian Borger, Diplomatic Editor, The Guardian, UK



Reviews

"This is an important book at the right time for the Iranian nuclear debate. It takes a cool, analytical look at some of the more enduring assumptions underlying western policy on the issue, and strips them bare [...] The book is an essential resource as the world heads for another round of bargaining with Tehran."  - Julian Borger, Diplomatic Editor, The Guardian, UK



Contents

Foreword; Sir Lawrence Freedman
Preface and Acknowledgements
1. The Dangers of a Nuclear-Armed Iran
2. Saudi Arabia: The Logic of Restraint
3. Egypt: Domestic Uncertainty, Nuclear Consistency
4. Syria: A Political Regime in Flux
5. Turkey: Non-proliferation and International Integration
6. Iran: Arming Terrorists with Nukes?
7. Living with an Iranian Bomb: Preventing Further Proliferation in the Middle East



Authors

Christopher Hobbs is Lecturer in Science and Security in the Department of War Studies at King's College London, UK.

Matthew Moran is Lecturer in International Security in the Department of War Studies at King's College London, UK.

Foreword by Sir Lawrence Freedman, King's College London, UK.







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