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  April 12-13, 2010. Nuclear Security Summit "Just one nuclear weapon exploded in a city—be it New York or Moscow; Tokyo or Beijing; London or Paris—could kill hundreds of thousands of people. And it would badly destabilize our security, our economies, and our very way of life." — President Barack Obama

Harvard Kennedy School - Belfer Center. "Nuclear Terrorism: Threat Briefing How Serious is the Threat?"

  April 6, 2010. President Barack Obama calls nuclear terrorism the top threat to U.S. "The greatest threat to U.S. and global security is no longer a nuclear exchange between nations, but nuclear terrorism by violent extremists and nuclear proliferation to an increasing number of states," he said, spelling out the core theme of the new strategy.

  July-August, 2009. Planning Guidance for Response to Nuclear Detonation  

White House Homeland Security Council.

Emergency Management magazine. "All Nuclear Terrorism Is Local" by Arnold Bogis.

  January 28, 2005. FEMA: Are You Ready? An In-depth Guide to Citizen Preparedness. The danger of a massive strategic nuclear attack on the United States is predicted by experts.
  August 2005 Living with the Bomb @ National Geographic Magazine. We are being warned that an act of nuclear terrorism is inevitable.
  2005. WFAA News Team | Nuclear Border A document produced by the Department of Homeland Security last April outlines just such a scenario. It lists a 10 kiloton improvised nuclear device (IND) as the greatest terrorist threat the nation faces.
The report lists a likely target as the center of A U.S. city.