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Would 'Deterrence of Negligence' Reduce the Risk of Catastrophic Terrorism?
Unformatted Document Text:  Would ‘Deterrence of Negligence’ Reduce the Risk of Catastrophic Terrorism? Philipp C. Bleek 1 Georgetown University August 2006 Draft 1.7 Prepared for delivery at the 2006 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, August 30th-September 3, 2006 Copyright by the American Political Science Association 1 Philipp C. Bleek is a doctoral candidate in international relations at Georgetown University. The author thanks Michele Flournoy, Kathleen McInnis, Clark Murdock, Tara Murphy, Owen Price, and participants in the 2005-2006 Washington, DC-based Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Nuclear Scholars Initiative and the June 2006 CSIS Project on Nuclear Issues conference in Colorado Springs for helpful comments, and Anders Corr, Charles Ferguson, Bob Gallucci, and Scott Sagan for agreeing to debate “deterrence of negligence” at the 2006 American Political Science Association conference in Philadelphia. This paper is a work in progress; the author welcomes comments at ## email not listed ##

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Would ‘Deterrence of Negligence’ Reduce the Risk of Catastrophic Terrorism?
Philipp C. Bleek
Georgetown University
August 2006
Draft 1.7
Prepared for delivery at the 2006 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science
Association, August 30th-September 3, 2006
Copyright by the American Political Science Association
1
Philipp C. Bleek is a doctoral candidate in international relations at Georgetown University. The author
thanks Michele Flournoy, Kathleen McInnis, Clark Murdock, Tara Murphy, Owen Price, and participants
in the 2005-2006 Washington, DC-based Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Nuclear
Scholars Initiative and the June 2006 CSIS Project on Nuclear Issues conference in Colorado Springs for
helpful comments, and Anders Corr, Charles Ferguson, Bob Gallucci, and Scott Sagan for agreeing to
debate “deterrence of negligence” at the 2006 American Political Science Association conference in
Philadelphia. This paper is a work in progress; the author welcomes comments at ## email not listed ##


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