Nuclear Terrorism: Prospects in Asia

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Stanford University Press in "The Long Shadow: Nuclear Weapons and Security in 21st Century Asia"

August 2008

The Long Shadow is the first comprehensive, systematic examination of the roles and implications of nuclear weapons in the dramatically different post–Cold War security environment. Leading experts investigate the roles and salience of nuclear weapons in the national security strategies of twelve countries and the ASEAN states, and their implications for security and stability in a broadly defined Asian security region that includes the Middle East.

The study also investigates the prospects for nuclear terrorism in Asia.

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