Daily Archives: March 1, 2007

Soviet-Era Nuclear Material Is a Target for Smugglers Willing to Sell to Anyone

At a time when the U.S. is grappling with the specter of nuclear weapons in North Korea and Iran, security experts warn that a vast supply of radioactive materials—enough to make hundreds of so-called dirty bombs—lies virtually unprotected in former … Continue reading

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Pakistan to Expel 2.4 Million Afghans

In its most recent effort to clamp down on Taliban activity within its borders, Pakistan has announced that all 2.4 million Afghan refugees, most living in camps, must return home by 2009,” reports the Christian Science Monitor. Four camps, which … Continue reading

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Where Terrorism Succeeds and Fails

When does terrorism succeed or fail?” asks Richard Rosecrance, an adjunct professor at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government, writing in the Christian Science Monitor. “… Among established governments, provincial terrorism designed to divide the mother country into separate parts … Continue reading

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