Thursday, March 10, 2005
Kofi Annan laid out his plan to stop the threat of nuclear terrorism:

He set out the five-point strategy as the need to:

  • dissuade disaffected groups from choosing terrorism as a tactic to achieve their goals,
  • deny terrorists the means to carry out their attacks,
  • deter states from supporting terrorists,
  • develop state capacity to prevent terrorism,
  • defend human rights in the struggle against terrorism.

"It should be clearly stated, by all possible moral and political authorities, that terrorism is unacceptable under any circumstances and in any culture," Mr Annan added.

Hopefully the "dissuasion" takes the form of the working-end of an M-16.
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