Taking Justified Fears Seriously, Rejecting Unsubstantiated Horror Scenarios

In HSFK-Report 2/2007, Frank Sauer examines the threat of nuclear terrorism and ways for its prevention

Fears terrorist attacks could soon be conducted with nuclear weapons have been existing for quite a while. But lately, the dangers seem to have increased. Which kind of nuclear weapons could really get into the hands of terrorists and which ones are unlikely to, are analyzed by Frank Sauer in HSFK-Report 2/2007 „Nuklearterrorismus: Akute Bedrohung oder politisches Schreckgespenst?“ (Nuclear Terrorism: Acute Threat or Political Specter?).


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