The legacy of the ‘Father of Pakistan’s Bomb’

Monday, October 11, 2021 - 4:29pm

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Abdul Qadeer Khan, also known as AQ Khan, was known as the, "father of Pakistan’s nuclear weapons program." He died on Sunday. Khan was widely accused of selling nuclear secrets on the black market to numerous other countries. He later confessed to doing so. Carol Hills talks to Matthew Bunn, a nuclear security expert and professor from Harvard’s Kennedy School.