Monday, November 14, 2005

The Biggest Threat Goes Undefended

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. government is not doing enough to protect nuclear weapons from terrorists and its handling of terrorism suspects is undermining America's image in the Muslim world, members of a commission that investigated the September 11 attacks said on Monday.

Although President George W. Bush calls arms proliferation the country's biggest threat and al Qaeda has sought nuclear weapons for a decade, the former commission's chairman Thomas Kean said, 'the most striking thing to us is that the size of the problem still totally dwarfs the policy response.'

'In short, we still do not have a maximum effort against the most urgent threat ... to the American people,' he told a news conference, noting that half the nuclear materials in Russia still have no security upgrade."

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