Attacks on Nuclear Reactors: The Implications of Israel's Strike on Osiraq
Bennett Ramberg argues that Israel's 1981 destruction of Iraq's research reactor portends attacks on large nuclear facilities in future conflicts. He suggests that atomic plant vulnerability to military destruction be included in global nuclear energy risk calculations and strategic planning.
Technological Terrorism, Richard C. Clark Reviewed by Bennett Ramberg
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North Korea and the West
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