On Nuclear Terrorism

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On Nuclear Terrorism
On Nuclear Terrorism (book cover).jpg
Author Michael A. Levi
Subject Nuclear terrorism
Publication date
Pages 210 pp.
ISBN 978-0-674-02649-0
OCLC 123119765

In his 2007 book On Nuclear Terrorism, author Michael A. Levi surveys the issue of nuclear terrorism and explores the decisions a terrorist leader might take in pursuing a nuclear plot. Levi points out the many obstacles that such a terrorist scheme may encounter, which in turn leads to a host of possible ways that any terrorist plan could be foiled.[1][2]

Professor John Mueller's 2010 book Atomic Obsession: Nuclear Alarmism From Hiroshima to Al-Qaeda is an expansion of the same theme.

Michael Levi is a Senior Fellow for energy and environment at the Council on Foreign Relations, New York.

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