Deterring Nonstate WMD Attacks
DAVID P. AUERSWALD assesses whether deterrence policies can prevent a WMD attack by nonstate actors. He argues that deterrence may not preclude terrorist attacks, but that deterrence threats can greatly impede trafficking in WMD and related materials, preventing terrorists from getting these weapons in the first place.
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