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978-1-4985-6975-0 • Hardback • June 2018 • $116.00 • (£89.00)
978-1-4985-6976-7 • eBook • June 2018 • $110.00 • (£85.00)
Ofira Seliktar is professor emerita of political science at Gratz College.
Farhad Rezaei is a senior Iran analyst at the Center for Iranian Studies in Ankara, Turkey.
Chapter 1: The Theory and Practice of Nuclear Intelligence
Chapter 2: Under the Radar: Iran's Nuclear Project Takes Off
Chapter 3: The Great Deception: The Nuclear Project in the Age of the Dialogue of Civilization
Chapter 4: Blowing the Cover of Iran’s Nuclear Project: Whose Intelligence Matters?
Chapter 5: Iran’s Nuclear Principalism: Challenging the NPT
Chapter 6: The Cost of Principalism: Bankrupting Iran
Chapter 7: The Power of Sanctions and the Road to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action
Conclusions: The Complex Case of Iran’s Nuclear Intelligence
About the Authors
Seliktar and Rezaei’s book . . . is quite rich in detail about the longstanding controversy surrounding the Iranian nuclear weapons programme. For those individuals who are interested in learning how the controversy over this programme has played out within Iran, Israel and the United States, as well as how it has played out on the international stage, this book will be of very considerable value.
— Israel Affairs