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September 7th, 2006
Episode 23 of 1253 episodes
Khan has wreaked havoc on attempts to restrain the spread of nuclear technology, says Gordon Corera. He has lowered the barriers of entry for the nuclear game. He has irreversibly changed the mechanics of supply and demand, and left a really damaging legacy.