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Simon Henderson on Pakistan's Nuclear Program

Simon Henderson, Baker fellow and director of the Washington Institute's Gulf and Energy Policy Program, has been writing about Pakistan's nuclear program since being based in Islamabad for the BBC and the Financial Times in 1977-78.

On the thirteenth anniversary of Pakistan's first nuclear test, Simon Henderson wrote about the long-running dispute between controversial Pakistani nuclear scientist A.Q. Khan and former military dictator Pervez Musharraf for Weekly Standard Online:

Information provided by Simon Henderson has formed the basis for this 2011 story in the New York Times:

Information provided by Simon Henderson has formed the basis for these stories in the Washington Post:

Simon Henderson earlier wrote two stories in the Sunday Times of London:

Washington Institute PolicyWatches relating to Pakistan written by Simon Henderson include:

Simon Henderson also spoke about Pakistan's nuclear program at a Washington Institute Policy Forum in advance of the April 2010 Nuclear Security Summit in Washington.:

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Around the time that Dr Khan was arrested in early 2004, Simon Henderson wrote the following articles for National Review Online: