Mike Shuster Begins A Four-Part Series On The Problem Of Nuclear Safety and security in Russia and other former republics of the Soviet Union. With the breakup of the USSR, thousands of nuclear warheads and tons of weapons-grade material were left stockpiled in numerous facilities without adequate security. There is growing fear that terrorists will obtain such material. On Friday in Moscow, President Yeltsin, President Clinton and the leaders of the other G-7 industrialized nations will gather to discuss ways to minimize the danger.
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Mike Shuster Begins A Four-Part Series On The Problem Of Nuclear Safety

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Mike Shuster Begins A Four-Part Series On The Problem Of Nuclear Safety

Mike Shuster Begins A Four-Part Series On The Problem Of Nuclear Safety

Mike Shuster Begins A Four-Part Series On The Problem Of Nuclear Safety

Only Available in Archive Formats.

and security in Russia and other former republics of the Soviet Union. With the breakup of the USSR, thousands of nuclear warheads and tons of weapons-grade material were left stockpiled in numerous facilities without adequate security. There is growing fear that terrorists will obtain such material. On Friday in Moscow, President Yeltsin, President Clinton and the leaders of the other G-7 industrialized nations will gather to discuss ways to minimize the danger.