Pakistan’s Nuclear History in 15 words

Humiliation. Misappropriation. Deception. Indoctrination. Proliferation. Commoditisation. Allegation. Investigation. Incrimination. (Confrontation). Confession. Exoneration. (Telecommunication). Revocation…Humiliation

As it is punctuated by denials (“Totally baseless!”), all the periods should be read as Refutation.

Afterthought: Two additional words come to mind – Explosion, Sanction which makes a total of seventeen words. By the way, the inspiration for this post came from The History Of The Universe in 200 words or less, by Eric Schulman which I remember reading in the Annals of Improbable Research.

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