Benn Tannenbaum

Program Director, American Association for the Advancement of Science's Center for Science, Technology and Security Policy

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Physicist and Program Director of the American Association for the Advancement of Science's Center for Science, Technology and Security Policy

Benn Tannenbaum on KCRW

Nobody knows how likely it is that some terrorist group could set off a nuclear weapon, but the consequences are so catastrophic that even a small chance justifies urgent action to…

Will the Nuclear Summit Make Us Safer?

Nobody knows how likely it is that some terrorist group could set off a nuclear weapon, but the consequences are so catastrophic that even a small chance justifies urgent action to…

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Nobody knows how likely it is that some terrorist group could set off a nuclear weapon.  But the consequences are so catastrophic that even a small chance justifies urgent action to…

After the Nuclear Summit, What Happens Now?

Nobody knows how likely it is that some terrorist group could set off a nuclear weapon.  But the consequences are so catastrophic that even a small chance justifies urgent action to…

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