Another Crack in Israel’s Wall of Nuclear Ambiguity

An article in Foreign Policy reveals that in the 1960s, Israel bought from Argentina between 80 and 100 tons of 'yellowcake'; essential to fueling a nuclear reactor and can also be used to produce plutonium.

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Another contribution to the inevitable end of the fiction of nuclear ambiguity comes in the form of an article in the journal Foreign Policy, which reveals...