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Teaching Module: Catastrophic Nuclear Terrorism

Author: Charles D. Ferguson, Adjunct Senior Fellow for Science and Technology
March 2006

Preventing Catastrophic Nuclear Terrorism makes clear what is needed to reduce the possibility of nuclear terrorism. It identifies where efforts have fallen short in securing and eliminating nuclear weapons and weapons-usable nuclear materials, and it offers realistic recommendations to plug these gaps in the U.S. and international response.

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