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Nuclear Terrorism: Is America Safer?

Mar 1 2005 12:00 am



an exclusive film showing


NUCLEAR TERRORISM: IS AMERICA SAFER?


"Nuclear Terrorism: Is America Safer" is a one hour documentary that investigates what has and has not been accomplished to defend this country from the threat of nuclear terrorism. The film draws on experts from around the United States, including, among others, New School University President, Bob Kerrey, World Policy Institute Senior Fellows Ian Cuthbertson and William Hartung, MIT Professor Stephen Van Evera and Harvard Professor and author of Nuclear Terrorism is the Ultimate Preventable Catastrophe, Graham Allison, to assess how leadership might more effectively and peaceably address this issue. Tom Selinski is an Emmy award winning documentary film maker based in Duluth, Minnesota. Mr. Selinski will be available to lead a discussion following the film.


Tuesday, March 1, 2005, 6:00-7:30pm. Wolff Conference Room, Second Floor, 65 Fifth Avenue (between East 13th-14th). Admission is free.


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