The Pak-Saudi Nuke, and How to Stop It

If Iran does get the bomb, there is a tight logic to military cooperation between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia to match it. U.S. options for preventing a Pak-Saudi nuke may diminish sharply over time.

Appeared in: Volume 7, Number 6 | Published on: June 10, 2012

Christopher Clary and Mara E. Karlin served as Defense Department policy advisers on South Asia and the Middle East, respectively. 

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