Project A.B. Offer to Iraq from the Khan network. Document handed over to the director general of the Iraqi Mukhabarat front company Technical Consultations Corporation by Pakistani Malik Zahid, who claimed to work for a Pakistani company owned by Abdul Qayum Khan, the brother of A.Q. Khan. IAEA Action Team inspectors interpreted the word pursued in point 5 to mean persuaded. Project A.B. stands for Project Atomic Bomb. For additional information, see Peddling Peril, chapter 4.
News and Reviews
- The Best Books of the Year: Foreign Affairs Edition
- IEEE Review of Peddling Peril
- LA Times Book review: 'Peddling Peril'
- The New York Review of Books: Nukes for Sale
- The Tavis Smiley Show: David Albright Interviewed
- Economist review: Unstoppable?
- David Albright's Interview on NPR's Fresh Air
- David Albright on CNN's Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
- Saddam Hussein weighed nuclear 'package' deal in 1990, documents show
Documents and Analysis
- Detecting and Disrupting Illicit Nuclear Trade after A.Q. Khan
- The Leybold Charter: Putting Non-Proliferation Above Commercial Interests
- Pakistani Government Seeks to Investigate A.Q. Khan’s Activities
- The Price of Getting Documents from A.Q. Khan: Carrying his Water
- Project AB: The Khan network's offer to Iraq regarding nuclear weapons
- P2 rotor assemblies delivered to Libya by the Khan network
- Excerpt of Peddling Peril published in Foreign Policy