Since 1952 the nuclear club has grown to at least eight nations, while others are making serious attempts to join. In "Spying on the Bomb", each chapter chronologically focuses on the nuclear activities of one or more countries, intermingling what the US believed was happening with accounts of what actually occurred in each country's laboratories, test sites and decision-making councils. Jeffrey T. Richelson weaves recently declassified documents into his interviews with the scientists and spies involved in the nuclear espionage. He reveals new information about US intelligence work on the Soviet/Russian, French, Chinese, Indian, Israeli and South African nuclear programmes; on the attempts to solve the mysterious Vela Incident; and on current efforts to uncover the nuclear secrets of Iran and North Korea. "Spying on the Bomb" includes spy satellite photographs never before extracted from the US national archives.Über den Autor:
JEFFREY T. RICHELSON is a senior fellow at the National Security Archive and the author of a number of other books on US intelligence.
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