Knocking on the Clubhouse Door

The New York Times
The Week in Review
January 10, 1993

The international market in missile and nuclear arms technology has been thriving in the 1990’s. The Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control, based in Washington, compiled this list of transactions known to have taken place since Iraq invaded Kuwait, touching off the gulf war. Any list of important participants in previous years would also have included France, Germany, and Switzerland, which were among the many nations trading in nuclear and missile technology with Iraq before the war; Germany also helped the nuclear programs of India, Pakistan and South Africa, according to the Wisconsin Project.

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