Table of contents for Spying on the bomb : American nuclear intelligence, from Nazi Germany to Iran and North Korea / Jeffrey T. Richelson.

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CONTENTS
	Preface
	 1. A Terrifying Prospect
			 
			Nazi Germany 						 
			
	 2. Lightning Strikes	
		
			The Soviet Union 1945-1953
 3. The View from Above
			The Soviet Union 1954-1961
 4. Mao's Explosive Thoughts
			The People's Republic of China through 1968.
	
 5. An Elated General, A Smiling Buddha
			 France and India through 1974.
 6. "Pariahs"
			 Israel, South Africa, and Taiwan through the 1970s
 7. The Double Flash
			The Vela Incident: September 1979. 
 8. Rogues
			Iraq, North Korea, Libya, and Pakistan through 1991.
 9. "Pariahs" Revisited 
			Israel, South Africa, and Taiwan in the 1980s and early 1990s.
 10. Big Bangs
			French and Chinese testing; suspected Russian testing in the 1990s.
 
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 11. Pokhran Surprise
Indian and Pakistani tests in May 1998. 
 12. Inspectors and Spies
Iraq from the end of the Gulf War through December 1998.
 13. Flawed Intelligence 
			Iraq, 1999 - 2004.
 14. Trouble Waiting to Happen
			Iran and North Korea, from the 1990s to today.
 Abbreviations and Acronyms
	 Acknowledgments
 Notes 
Index 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Espionage, American.
Nuclear weapons information.
Nuclear weapons -- Research.
Nuclear arms control -- United States.