South African Documents
The following are court documents in the case against Daniel Geiges, Gerhard Wisser and Krisch Engineering in South Africa. The first document is a 2007 indictment against Geiges and Wisser outlining the charges against them. The next document is a statements of facts in the case. The next document is Wisser’s 2007 Plea and Sentence Agreement and relevant facts in the case. The fourth document, Wisser’s statement in a firearm license application in 1984, demonstrates his level of involvement with South African government contracts. The fifth document is a statement given by BSA Tahir, Khan’s deputy, in the case against Geiges and Wisser.
News and Reviews
- The Best Books of the Year: Foreign Affairs Edition
- IEEE Review of Peddling Peril
- LA Times Book review: 'Peddling Peril'
- The New York Review of Books: Nukes for Sale
- The Tavis Smiley Show: David Albright Interviewed
- Economist review: Unstoppable?
- David Albright's Interview on NPR's Fresh Air
- David Albright on CNN's Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
- Saddam Hussein weighed nuclear 'package' deal in 1990, documents show
Documents and Analysis
- Detecting and Disrupting Illicit Nuclear Trade after A.Q. Khan
- The Leybold Charter: Putting Non-Proliferation Above Commercial Interests
- Pakistani Government Seeks to Investigate A.Q. Khan’s Activities
- The Price of Getting Documents from A.Q. Khan: Carrying his Water
- Project AB: The Khan network's offer to Iraq regarding nuclear weapons
- P2 rotor assemblies delivered to Libya by the Khan network
- Excerpt of Peddling Peril published in Foreign Policy