Routledge and The Nonproliferation Review invite you to enjoy free access until 31 May 2019 to this special section of Volume 25, Issue 5-6: The Nuclear Dimensions of the 1967 Arab–Israeli War.
Special Section on the Nuclear Dimensions of the 1967 Arab–Israeli WarVolume 25, Issue 5-6
|Introduction to the Special Section on the 1967 Middle East War||Avner Cohen & Joshua H. Pollack|
|Nuclear dimensions of the 1967 Middle East War: an Israeli perspective||Avner Cohen|
|Israeli nuclear capabilities in mid-1967: what Washington knew (and didn’t know)||William Burr|
|Missing the mark: Dimona and Egypt's slide into the 1967 Arab-Israeli War||Hassan Elbahtimy|
|The Israeli nuclear drama of May 1967: a personal testimony||Elie Geisler|
|Excerpts from a 1999 conversation with IDF Brig. Gen. (ret.) Yitzhak (Ya’tza) Ya’akov||Avner Cohen|
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