On December 15, 1975, A. Q. Khan?a young Pakistani scientist working in Holland?stole top-secret blueprints for a revolutionary new process to arm a nuclear bomb. His original intention, and that of his government, was purely patriotic?to provide Pakistan a counter to India?s recently unveiled nuclear device. However, as Adrian Levy and Catherine Scott-Clark chillingly relate in their masterful investigation of Khan?s career over the past thirty years, over time that limited ambition mushroomed into the world?s largest clandestine network engaged in selling nuclear secrets?a mercenary and illicit program managed by the Pakistani military and made possible, in large part, by aid money from the United States, Saudi Arabia, and Libya, and by indiscriminate assistance from China.
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