“The successful conclusion of ‘Project Sapphire’ – a joint U.S.-Kazakhstani scheme to remove 600 kilograms of weapons-grade uranium from insecure, poorly constructed Soviet-era storage facilities – offers several lessons for nuclear nonproliferation programs between the United States and the CIS by WILLIAM C. POTTER TOM CLANCY MIGHT WELL HAVE crafted the story line for “Project […]

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