Expert Weighs Whether Terrorists Will Go Nuclear Could terrorists possibly acquire and use nuclear weapons against the United States? NPR's Tony Cox talks with Brian Michael Jenkins. His new book, Will Terrorists Go Nuclear?, examines both the risks and psychology of nuclear terrorism.
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Expert Weighs Whether Terrorists Will Go Nuclear

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Expert Weighs Whether Terrorists Will Go Nuclear

Expert Weighs Whether Terrorists Will Go Nuclear

Expert Weighs Whether Terrorists Will Go Nuclear

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Last week's deadly attack outside the U.S. Embassy in Yemen was a bold reminder that the United States still faces a constant terrorist threat.

But, what's the possibility that terrorists could acquire and use nuclear weapons?

NPR's Tony Cox talks with Brian Michael Jenkins, one of the world's leading authorities on terrorism. His new book, Will Terrorists Go Nuclear?, examines both the risks and psychology of nuclear terrorism.

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