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Blocking the Gateways to Nuclear Disorder: Iran, Turkey, and Saudi Arabia

 The following presentation was given by Wohlstetter Fellow John Spacapan at NPEC's Public Policy Fellowship Research Retreat on February 23, 2021.

Feb 23, 2021

 Blocking the Gateways to Nuclear Disorder: Iran, Turkey, and Saudi Arabia

By John Spacapan

What is the biggest nuclear proliferation worry in the Middle East?


How have Western states backed the bomb's spread, so far? 



What else has inhibited the bomb's spread in the Middle East?





What should the United States and its allies do to prevent the bomb's spread in the region?



How might a loose coalition be formed to help block proliferation?

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