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Mohamed ElBaradei served as Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency from 1997 to 2009. He was awarded the 2005 Nobel Peace Prize, together with the IAEA, and has also been honored with the Indira Gandhi Prize for Peace, Disarmament and Development; the Nile Collar; and the Roosevelt Institute's Four Freedoms Award. Founder of the Egyptian opposition movement The National Association for Change, ElBaradei lives in Cairo.
|Iraq, 1991-1998: Unmasking a Hidden Program||p. 9|
|North Korea, 1992-2002: The Case of the Missing Plutonium||p. 37|
|Iraq, 2002 and After: A Needless War||p. 48|
|North Korea, 2003 and After: The Nuclear Weapons Club Adds a Member||p. 89|
|Iran, 2003-2005: The Riddle of Taqqiya||p. 112|
|Libya: Discovery and Dismantlement||p. 148|
|The Nuclear Bazaar of A. Q. Khan||p. 164|
|From Vienna to Oslo||p. 180|
|Iran, 2006: ˘Not One Centrifuge÷||p. 191|
|Double Standards||p. 214|
|Iran, 2007-2008: Squandered Opportunities||p. 214|
|Iran, 2009: In Pursuit of a Breakthrough||p. 286|
|Conclusion: The Quest for Human Security||p. 314|
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