Charles Ferguson

Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations

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Fellow for Science and Technology at the Council on Foreign Relations in Washington, DC

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Iran has been much in the news because of its progress in developing nuclear technology.   Now some of its neighbors--Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Egypt, among them--are doing the same…

Interest in Nuclear Power Rising in Oil-Rich Middle East

Iran has been much in the news because of its progress in developing nuclear technology.   Now some of its neighbors--Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Egypt, among them--are doing the same…

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