Matthew Bunn

Principal Investigator, Harvard University's Project on Managing the Atom

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Associate Professor of Public Policy at the Belfer Center for Science and International Security at Harvard University and a principal investigator in its Project on Managing the Atom

Matthew Bunn 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…

from Which Way, L.A.?

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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