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Michael Levi to Speak on Nuclear Terrorism
Dr. Michael Levi, one of the United States’ most respected authorities on the threat of nuclear terrorism, will visit Pepperdine on Wednesday, Nov. 28, to speak about his newly published book On Nuclear Terrorism. Dan Caldwell, Distinguished Professor of Political Science, will also comment on the book. The presentation will begin at 12 noon and will take place in the Kresge Reading Room in Payson Library on the Malibu campus.
Levi is currently a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York. He is director of the Council on Foreign Relations Program on Energy Security and Climate Change, and project director for the Council sponsored Independent Task Force on Climate Change. Levi also teaches at Columbia University as an adjunct assistant professor of international and public affairs.
In addition to his recent publication On Nuclear Terrorism (Harvard University Press, 2007), Levi co-authored The Future of Arms Control with Michael O’Hanlon, and also co-authored Untapped Potential: U.S. Science and Technology Cooperation with the Islamic World with Michael D’Arcy.
“Dr. Michael Levi is one of the most respected and informed experts on the vital issue of nuclear terrorism. His just published book On Nuclear Terrorism will be of great interest to both general readers and specialists in international security,” said Caldwell.