From the Shores of Tripoli

The story of how Libya disarmed—and the lessons not learned for North Korea and Iran.

Issue: May-June 2007

THE BUSH Administration can point to only one undeniable non-proliferation "success" so far in its tenure: Libya's decision to renounce WMD in December 2003. But the administration that so adroitly pushed Libya to abandon unconventional weapons has been unable, or in some cases unwilling, to apply the key lessons of that success to its other nuclear challenges.

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