Preventing Catastrophe: The Use and Misuse of Intelligence in Efforts to Halt the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction

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Contents
Preface and Acknowledgmentsxi
Foreword by Paul R. Pillarxv
Introduction1
1Motivations of Countries and Terrorists to Acquire WMD7
2Detecting and Monitoring Clandestine WMD Programs22
3The Track Record Against Clandestine Proliferation43
4Intelligence Community–Policymaker Relations: Playing as a Team?88
5Intelligence on Iraqi WMD Programs and Policy Reactions106
6National And International Efforts to Thwart Proliferation152
Conclusion: Is It Possible to Prevent Future Proliferation?187
Postscript: What If the International Community Fails to Prevent Further Proliferation?195
Epilogue201
Appendixes205
Notes267
Bibliography282
Index293

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