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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.||www.fema.gov/areyouready/tsunamis.shtm|
|August 2005||Living with the Bomb @ National Geographic Magazine.||We are being warned that an act of nuclear terrorism is inevitable.||www7.nationalgeographic.com/ngm/0508/feature6/|
|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.