A.Q. Khan’s Web site
Via Steve Coll, the personal Web site of Pakistani scientist and notorious nuke smuggler A.Q. Khan is not to be missed. One excerpt: It is rare that a person in single life time accomplishes so much. This is done only by men who are endowed with special abilities by God and who prepare themselves through ...
It is rare that a person in single life time accomplishes so much. This is done only by men who are endowed with special abilities by God and who prepare themselves through hard work and devotion to fulfill the mission of serving mankind.
As Wired‘s Noah Shachtman observes, “It loses something in the translation, I’m sure, from the original LSD.”
Joshua Keating was an associate editor at Foreign Policy. Twitter: @joshuakeating
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