Skip to main content

Research Repository

Advanced Search

Iran’s nuclear ambitions under the shah and ayatollahs (2012)
Journal Article
McGlinchey, S., & Choksy, J. K. (2012). Iran’s nuclear ambitions under the shah and ayatollahs

During the 1970s, under the last shah, Iran’s nuclear program seemed to be gearing up so that nation could gain the option of declaring weapons capability if deemed necessary and at a point when the international community could no longer forestall i... Read More about Iran’s nuclear ambitions under the shah and ayatollahs.

Building a client state: American arms policies towards Iran, 1950-1963 (2012)
Journal Article
McGlinchey, S. (2012). Building a client state: American arms policies towards Iran, 1950-1963

Precious little has been written in academic scholarship about the US arms relationship with Iran. Much of the scholarly focus has been drained into an orbital vortex caused by twin crises in Iranian history: the 1953 British and American sponsored c... Read More about Building a client state: American arms policies towards Iran, 1950-1963.

Arming the Shah: U.S. Arms Policies Towards Iran, 1950-1979 (2012)
Thesis
McGlinchey, S. Arming the Shah: U.S. Arms Policies Towards Iran, 1950-1979. (Thesis). Cardiff University

This thesis reconstructs and explains the arms relationship that successive U.S. administrations developed with the Shah of Iran between 1950 and 1979. This relationship has generally been neglected in the extant literature leading to a series of omi... Read More about Arming the Shah: U.S. Arms Policies Towards Iran, 1950-1979.