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This World report focuses on the efforts made by Libya and Pakistan throughout the 1970s to acquire the means to manufacture a nuclear weapon, and the possible repercussions of either country actually having a nuclear weapon.
Colonel Kadafi, General Zia-ul-Haq, Khalid Hasan, Former Pakistani President Ali Bhutto, Francois Xavier-Poincet, Joseph Nye, Sigvard Eklund, Henry Kissinger, Rudolf Walti, Alfred Hempel, Libyan President Colonel Seyne Kountche, Edward Luttwak, Dr. Scott Thompson, Richard Burt, Assistant Secretary of State Thomas R. Pickering.
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