That, at least, is the impression I took away from a panel I just moderated on nuclear non-proliferation. I'll blog on this later, when I remember just what it was my panelists said (this is the problem of moderating panels -- you have no idea, as soon as they're over, what just transpired), but three of the four experts on the panel said that there is a 50-50 chance that there will be a nuclear attack on an American city in the next 10 years. An Adam Sandler movie it wasn't.

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