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World Isn't Prepared For Nuclear Threat

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World Isn't Prepared For Nuclear Threat

World Isn't Prepared For Nuclear Threat

World Isn't Prepared For Nuclear Threat

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The era of nuclear confrontation between superpowers may have passed, but the threat of nuclear weapons remains. NPR Senior News Analyst Dan Schorr warns that the international community is not prepared for the threat of nuclear attack from groups with no fixed address.

MICHELE NORRIS, Host:

NPR's senior news analyst Daniel Schorr says the nuclear threat is smaller than any nation and yet so much bigger.

DANIEL SCHORR: This is Daniel Schorr.

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