Selected Literature on Terrorism and CBRN Threats

Selected Literature on Terrorism and CBRN Threats

Monographs, Edited Volumes, Non-conventional Literature and Prime Articles published since 2000, selected by

Eric Price (Professional Information Specialist)

NB: some of the items listed below are clickable and allow access to the full text; those with an asterix [*] only have a clickable table of contents.

Adelman, D.S. & Legg, T.J. (2009). Disaster nursing: a handbook for practice. Sudbury, Mass.; Jones and Bartlett Publishers.

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Cocciardi, J.A. (2004). Weapons of mass destruction and terrorism response: field guide. Sudbury, Mass.; Jones and Bartlett Publishers.

Cummings, C. E. & Stikova, E. (Eds.) (2007). Strengthening national public health preparedness and response to chemical, biological and radiological agent threats. [NATO Advanced Study Institute on Strengthening National Public Health Preparedness and Response for Chemical, Biological and Radiological Agents Threats; 2006, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia] Amsterdam, Netherlands: Washington, DC.; IOS Press.

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Davis, L.E. (2003). Individual preparedness and response to chemical, radiological, nuclear, and biological terrorist attacks: a quick guide. Santa Monica, CA.; RAND Public Safety and Justice.

Dolnik, A. (2007). Understanding terrorist innovations: technology, tactics and global trends. New York, NY.; Routledge.

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Drielak, S.C. (2004). Hot zone forensics: chemical, biological, and radiological evidence collection. Springfield, Ill.: Charles C Thomas.

Dunston, A. (et al.) (Eds.) (2003). A citizen's guide to terrorism preparedness and response: chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear. New York; American Council on Science and Health. [* ]

Dunston, A. (et al.) (Eds.) (2003). New Yorker's guide to terrorism preparedness and response: chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear. New York: American Council on Science and Health.

Dwyer, A. (2002). Jane’s Chem-bio Handbook. Coulsdon, Surrey; Jane’s Information Group.

Fountain, A.W. & Gardner, P.J. (Eds.) Chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosives CBRNE) sensing X.[proceedings of SPIE; 14-16 April 2009, Orlando, Florida, United States.] Bellingham, Wash.; SPIE.

Gonenc, I.E. (et al.) (2007). Assessment of the fate and effects of toxic agents on water resources. [Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute on Advanced Modeling Techniques for Rapid Diagnosis and Assessment of CBRN Agents Effects on Water    Resources, Istanbul, Turkey, 4-16 December 2005]

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Gowen, A.E. (2004). Surviving terrorism: recognition and response guide to chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear attacks. Lawrenceville, NJ.: Pinninti.

Howard, R.D. (2008). Weapons of mass destruction and terrorism. Dubuque, IA : McGraw Hill. [* ]

James, A. D. (Ed.,) (2006). Science and technology policies for the anti-terrorism era.

 [Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Science & Technology Policies for the Anti-Terrorism Era. Manchester, United Kingdom, 12-14 September 2004]

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Jane’s Information Group (2011). Jane’s NBC Defence Systems. Coulsdon, Surrey; Jane’s Information Group.

Johnson, T.A. (Ed.,) (2007). National security issues in science, law, and technology. Boca Raton: CRC Press. [* ]

Koenig, K.L. & Schultz, C.H. (Eds.) (2010). Koenig and Schultz's disaster medicine : comprehensive principles and practices. Cambridge & New York; Cambridge University Press.

Langford, R.E. (2004) Introduction to weapons of mass destruction: radiological, chemical, and biological. Hoboken, N.J.; Wiley-Interscience.

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Lawson, J. R. & Jarboe, T.L. (2002). Aid for decontamination of fire and rescue service protective clothing and equipment after chemical biological, and radiological exposures. Boulder, CO: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Technology Administration, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Washington, DC.

Lebaron, W.D. (2007). Five deadly arrows of terrorism: radiological dispersion devices, chemical weapons, biological weapons, nuclear weapons, cyber terrorism: a manual of information and practice. New York; Nova Science Pub Inc.

Lindstrom, G. (2004). Protecting the European homeland: the CBR dimension. Paris : Institute for Security Studies; European Union.

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MacArthur, S.A. (2002). Preparing for mass-casualty incidents: hospital readiness for biological, chemical, and radiological disasters. Marblehead, Mass.; Opus Communications.

Maniscalco, P.M. & Christen, H.T. (2006). Security officer's terrorism response guide. Sudbury, Mass.; Jones and Bartlett Publishers.

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Maniscalco, P.M. & Christen, H.T. (2003). Terrorism response: field guide for fire and EMS organizations. Upper Saddle River, N.J.; Prentice Hall.

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Marmiroli, N. (et al.,) (2007). Advanced science and technology for biological decontamination of sites affected by chemical and radiological nuclear agents. [Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Instititute on Advanced Science and Technology for Biological Decontamination of Sites Affected by Chemical and Radiological Nuclear Agents, Zhitomir, Ukraine, 17-28 August 2005]Dordrecht: Springer. [* ]

Mauroni, A. J. (2006). Where are the WMDs: the reality of chem-bio threats on the home front and the battlefront. Annapolis, Md.; Naval Institute Press.

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McFee, R.B. & Leikin, J.B. (Eds.,) (2008). Toxico-terrorism: emergency response and clinical approach to chemical, biological, and radiological agents. New York; McGraw-Hill, Health Professions Division.

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McIsaac, J.H. (Ed.,) (2006). Hospital preparation for bioterror: a medical and biomedical systems approach. Amsterdam & Boston; Elsevier Academic Press.

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Melnick, A.L. (2008). Biological, chemical, and radiological terrorism: emergency preparedness and response for the primary care physician. New York; London: Springer.

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National Disaster Management Authority (India) (2007). National disaster management guidelines. Management of [type of disaster] In 6 vols. [1] Landslides and snow avalanches [2] Chemical (terrorism) disasters [3] Nuclear and radiological emergencies [4] Earthquakes [5] Cyclones [6] mergencies [4] Earthquakes [5] Cyclones

[6]  Biological disasters. New Delhi: National Disaster Management Authority; Govt. of India.

Phillips, T. A. (2008). Weapons of mass destruction: the threat of chemical, biological, and nuclear weapons. Berkeley Heights, NJ.; Enslow Publishers.

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Prasad, K.N. (2008). Bio-shield: antioxidants against radiological, chemical and biological weapons. New York; Strategic Book Publishing.

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Ranstorp, M. & Normark, M. (Eds.,) (2009). Unconventional weapons and international terrorism: challenges and new approaches. London & New York; Routledge.

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Read, R.J. & Sussman, J.L. (Eds.,) (2007). Evolving methods for macromolecular crystallography: the structural path to the understanding of the mechanisms of action of CBRN agents. Dordrecht; Springer Verlag.

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Sanyasi, A. (2004). Extreme emergencies: humanitarian assistance to civilian populations following chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive incidents – a sourcebook. Rugby; ITDG.

Schreier, F. (2009). WMD proliferation: reforming the security sector to meet the threat. Washington, D.C.: Potomac Books.

Smith, J. (2009). A law enforcement and security officers' guide to responding to bomb threats : providing a working knowledge of bombs, preparing for such incidents, and performing basic analysis of potential threats. Springfield, Ill.; Charles C Thomas.

Sheehan, M. A. (2008). Crush the cell: how to defeat terrorism without terrorizing ourselves. New York; Crown Publishers.

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Terry, E. & Oxer, J. P. (2003). Survival handbook for chemical, biological, and radiological terrorism. Philadelphia, Pa.; Xlibris.

Theriault, J-M. & Jensen, J. O. (Eds.). Spectral sensing research for surface and air monitoring in chemical, biological and radiological defense and security applications.

New Jersey; World Scientific.

Thurman, J.T. (2006). Practical bomb scene investigation. Boca Raton; CRC/Taylor & Francis. [* ]

Urie, R.L. (2001). Gas masks and civil defense: a practical guide to biological, chemical, and radiological protection. Pine, CO.; Diomo Books.

Veenema, T.G. (2003). Disaster nursing and emergency preparedness for chemical, biological, and radiological terrorism and other hazards. New York: Springer Pub. Co.,

Veenema, T.G. ( 2009). Ready RN: handbook for disaster nursing and emergency preparedness. St. Louis, Mo.; Mosby/Elsevier.

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Wilkinson, P. (Ed.,) (2007). Homeland security in the UK: future preparedness for terrorist attack since 9/11. New York, NY.; Routledge.

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Wingfield, W.E. (et al.,) (2009). Veterinary disaster medicine: working animals. Ames, Iowa: Wiley-Blackwell . [* ]

Woolard, D.L. & Jensen, J.L. (Eds.) (2008). Spectral sensing research for water monitoring applications and frontier science and technology for chemical, biological and radiological defense. Singapore; Hackensack, NJ.; World Scientific.

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Non-conventional Literature

Baines, P. (2007). Hazardous Materials: Chemical Biological Radiological; a review: 2004 to 2007. [15th International Forensic Science Symposium] INTERPOL; Paris.

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Center for Nonproliferation Studies. (2010). Global Partnership Against the Spread of Weapons and Materials of Mass Destruction. [ ]

Central Intelligence Agency (2007). Terrorist CBRN.

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Chalk, P. & Hoffman, B (et al.,) (2005). Trends in Terrorism; Threats to the United States and the Future of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act. Santa Monica; RAND.

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Cilluffo, F.J. (et al.,) (2001). Combating chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear terrorism: a comprehensive strategy: a report of the CSIS Homeland Defense Project.

Washington D.C.: CSIS. [ ]

Council of Europe. Committee of Experts on Terrorism. (2007). Profiles on counter-terrorist capacity: United Kingdom. [ ]

Dixon, L.S. (et al.,) (2007). Trade-offs among alternative government interventions in the market for terrorism insurance: interim results. Santa Monica, Calif.; RAND.

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Doesburg, J.C. (2004). Changes in CBRN Threat. U.S. Army RDE Command.

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European Conference of Ministers of Transport - ECMT (2005). Container Transport Security Across Modes. OECD; Paris.

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Fradkin, H., Haqqani, H. & Brown, E. (2004). Current Trends in Islamist Ideology.

Hudson Institute. [ ]

Frisell, E.H & Oredsson, M. (2006). Building Crisis Management Capacity in the EU. Defense Research Agency (FOI); Stockholm, Sweden.

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Grlicarev, I. (2008). Emergency preparedness and response to 'Not-in-a-Facility' radiological accidents. [Source: IRPA 12: 12. International Congress of the International Radiation Protection Association (IRPA)]

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HHS Public Health Emergency Medical Countermeasures Enterprise (U.S.) (2007).

HHS Public Health Emergency Medical Countermeasures Enterprise strategy and implementation plan for chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear threats.

Washington, DC (330 Independence Ave., SW, Washington 20201)

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International Atomic Energy Ageny (IAEA) (2006). Member State Responsibilities according to International Conventions.

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International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) (2006). The IAEA Nuclear Security Programme Combating Nuclear Terrorism.

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International Student Model United Nations (2010). Strategic-Level Policy for Preventing the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) and Defending Against Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) Threats. [Thesis,

University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, Greece]

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International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) (2006). Response to Illicit Trafficking of Radioactive Materials.

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Lasker, R.D. (2004). Redefining Readiness: terrorism planned through the eyes of the public. New York, N.Y.; New York Academy of Medicine. [ ]

McConnell, J.M. (2008). Annual Threat Assessment of the Intelligence Community.

Senate Armed Services  Committee.

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Moore, G.M. (2010). International Legal Framework for Nuclear Security. IAEA; Vienna. [ ]

Mwandime, C. (2008). Country Presentation on Illicit Trafficking of Nuclear Materials.

IAEA; Vienna. [ ]

Ramseger, A., Kalinowski, M.B. & Weiss, L. (2009). CBRN Threats and the Economic

Analysis of Terrorism. [ ]

Reiter, D. (2006). Preventive war and its alternatives: the lessons of history. Strategic Studies Institute. [ ]

Reuven, P. (2005). Global Jihad and WMD: Between Martyrdom and Mass Destruction.

Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center at the Center for Special Studies (C.S.S)

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Stambaugh, H. (et al.,) (2009). An airport guide for regional emergency planning for CBRNE events. Washington, D.C.: Transportation Research Board.

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Storch, D. & Kenzelmann, M. (2008). Strategy for responding to nuclear, radiological, biological and chemical threats in Switzerland [ABC- Protection in Switzerland was originally set up primarily for protection against military weapons of mass destruction, such as atomic/nuclear or chemical weapons. Protection against biological weapons..].

[IRPA 12: 12. International congress of the International Radiation Protection Association - IRPA] [

United Kingdom. Secretary of State for the Home Department. Pursue Prevent Protect Prepare; The United Kingdom’s Strategy for Countering International Terrorism.

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United Nations Counterterrorism Implementation Task Force – CTITF (2010).

Interagency Coordination in the Event of a Nuclear or Radiological Terrorist Attack: Current Status, Future Prospects. New York: UN.

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United States. Dept. of Defense. Office of Force Transformation. (2003). Military transformation :a strategic approach.

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United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency.(2002). Are you ready? a guide to citizen preparedness. Washington, DC.; Federal Emergency Management Agency.

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US Army Training and Doctrine Command. (2007). Terrorism and WMD; in the Contemporary Operational Environment.

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Prime Journal Articles

Arpad P. (2003). Weapon system selection and mass-casualty outcomes. Terrorism and Political Violence, 15 (2, June) pp.81-95.

Becker, S. M. (2009) Preparing for terrorism involving radioactive materials: three lessons from recent experience and research. Journal of Applied Security Research. 4 (1) pp.9-20

Blos, M. (et al.,) (2009). The threat of outsourcing US ports operation to any terrorist country supporter: a case study using fault tree analysis. International Journal of Information and Decision Sciences, 1 (4, 10 August), pp.411-427.

Bulkeley, J. C. (2007) Decontamination and remediation after a dirty bomb attack; technical and political challenges. The Nonproliferation Review. 14 (1), pp.113-138           

Bunn, M. (2009). Nuclear bomb squad - looking for a nuclear needle in the haystack. The Nonproliferation Review. 16 (3), pp.533 -538.

Cone, D. (et al.,) (2008). Pilot test of a proposed Chemical/Biological/Radiation/ Nuclear-Capable Mass Casualty Triage System. Prehospital Emergency Care, 1, (2, April), pp. 236-240.

Carpintero-Santamaría, N. (2010). The incidence of illegal nuclear trafficking in proliferation and international security. Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression. [* ]

Chalk, P. (2007). Trends in transnational terrorism and implications for U.S. National Security and U.S. Terrorism Risk Insurance Act. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 30, (9, September), pp.767-776.

Chaput, C. (et al.,) (2007). Disaster training for pre-hospital providers. Pre-hospital Emergency Care, 11, (4, October) pp.458-465.

Chyba, C. (2001) Biological terrorism and public health. Survival: Global Politics and Strategy. 43 (1), pp.93-106.

Coirier, W. (et al.,) (2005). A computational fluid dynamics approach for urban area transport and dispersion modeling. Environmental Fluid Mechanics, 5 (5, October), pp. 443-479.

Cooper, H. H. A. (2006). All bombs are dirty, but some are more dirty than others. Journal of Police Crisis Negotiations. 6(2), pp.3-16

Corr, A. (2005) Deterrence of Nuclear Terror; a negligence doctrine. The Nonproliferation Review. 12 (1), pp. 127-147.

Currie, J., Caseman, D. & Renee, A.T. (2009). The evaluation of CBRN canisters for use by firefighters during overhaul. Annals of Occupational Hygiene, 53 (5, 27 July), pp.523-538.

Cwojdzinski, D. (et al.) (2007). Kontaminationsverdacht: Erstmaßnahmen in der Notaufnahme. Notfall & Rettungsmedizin, 10 (5, August), pp.336-342.

Davis, S. & McHenry, K. (2005). A retrospective analysis of mass casualty presentation resulting from the release of toxic chemicals. International Journal of Emergency Management, 2 (3, 11 July), pp.231-238.

Desouza, K. C. & Lau, K. A. (2008). Managing the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction: an information management perspective. International Journal of Public Administration. 31 (13), pp.1457-1512.

Difilippo, A. (2003). Japan's anti-nuclear weapons policy misses its target, even in the war on terrorism. Medicine, Conflict and Survival. 19 (3), pp.235-248.

Eisenkraft, A. (et al.) (2009). Phase I study of a topical skin protectant against chemical warfare agents. Military Medicine, 174 (1, January), pp.47-52.

Eisenman, D. P. (et al.,) (2005). Terrorism's psychologic effects and their implications for primary pare policy, research, and education. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 20 (8, August), pp.772-776.

Ellingsen, S. A. (2008). Strengthening the second line of defense. The Nonproliferation Review. 15 (2), pp.399-402.

Etchegary, H. (et al.) (2008). Canadians' representation of chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive (CBRNE) terrorism: a content analysis. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment: An International Journal. 14 (3), pp.479-494.

Gao, P. (et al.) (2007). Review of chamber design requirements for testing of personal protective clothing ensembles. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene, 4 (8, June), pp.562-571.

Gressang, D.  (2001) Audience and message: assessing terrorist WMD potential. Terrorism and Political Violence. 13 (3), pp.83-106.

Hansell, C. (2008). Nuclear medicines’s double double hazard - imperiled treatment and the risk of terrorism. The Nonproliferation Review. 15(2), pp.185-208.

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Hansell, C.  (2008). Practical steps towards a world without civilian HEU. The Nonproliferation Review. 15 (2), pp.289-310.

Hochstein, C. (et al.) (2008). Selected resources for emergency and disaster preparedness and response from the United States National Library of Medicine. Medical Reference Services Quarterly. 27 (1) , pp. 1-20.

Hoffman, B. (2009) The first non-state use of a chemical weapon in warfare: the Tamil Tigers' assault on East Kiran. Small Wars & Insurgencies. 20 (3), pp.463-677.

Hopkins, M. F. (2008).Teaching and Research on the Cold War in the United Kingdom. Cold War History. 8 (2), pp.241-258.

Ivanova, K. & Sandler, T. (2007). CBRN Attack Perpetrators: an Empirical Study. Foreign Policy Analysis, 3 (4, October), pp.273-294.

Karam, P. A. (2005). Radiological terrorism. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment: An International Journal. 11 (3), pp.501-523.

Khripunov, I. (2006). The social and psychological impact of  radiological terrorism. The Nonproliferation Review. 13 (2) pp.275-316

Kmec, M. (2003) Bioterrorism internet resources for consumers. Journal of Consumer Health On the Internet. 7 (4), pp.53-60.

Lane, R. (2004). NATO transformation: the development of a CBRN defence capability. The RUSI Journal, 149 (4, 1 August), pp.40-41.

Leitenberg, M. (2009). The self-fulfilling prophecy of bioterrorism. The Nonproliferation Review. 16 (1), pp.95-109.           

Lemyre, L. (et al.,) (2007). Differential perception of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear terrorism in Canada. International Journal of Risk Assessment and Management, 7 (8, 2 October), pp.1191-1208.

Lien, F. S. (et al.) (2006). Progress and challenges in the development of physically-based numerical models for prediction of flow and contaminant dispersion in the urban environment. International Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics, 20, (5, June), pp. 323-337.

Lugar, R.G. (2008). Reviving up the cooperative nonproliferation engine. The Nonproliferation Review. 15 (2), pp.349- 352. [ ]

Martin, B. (2007). Nuclear power and antiterrorism: obscuring the policy contradictions. Prometheus: Critical Studies in Innovation. 25 (1), pp.19-29.

Mattox, J.M. (2010). Nuclear terrorism: the ‘Other’ extreme of irregular warfare. Journal of Military Ethics. 9 (2), pp.160-176.

Mauroni, A.J. (2010) Homeland Insecurity: Thinking About CBRN Terrorism.

Homeland Security Affairs, Vol.VI, (3, September), pp.1-17.

Miller, M. (2007) Nuclear attribution as deterrence. The Nonproliferation Review. 14 (1), pp.33-60. [ ]

Mohtadi, H. & Panini, A. (2009). Risk Analysis of chemical, biological, or radionuclear threats: implications for food security. Risk Analysis, 29, (9, September), pp. 1317-1335.

Paltin, D. M. (2003).Chemical and biological violence; predictive patterns in State and terrorist behavior. Journal of Threat Assessment.. 2 (3), pp.41-68.

Potter, W. C. (2008). Nuclear terrorism and the global politics of civilan HlEU elimination. The Nonproliferation Review. 15 (2), pp.135-158.

Quillen C.(2002). A Historical Analysis of Mass Casualty Bombers. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 25 (5, 1 September), pp.279-292.

Regens, J. L. & Gunter, J.T. (2010). Predicting the magnitude and spatial distribution of potentially exposed populations during IND or RDD terrorism incidents. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment: An International Journal. 16 (2), pp.236-250.

Roberts, G. B. (2009). Hostis humani generis: the threat of WMD terrorism and how NATO is facing the ultimate threat. Defence Against Terrorism Review. 2, (1, Spring), pp. 1-13 [ ]

Rogers, M. (et al.,) (2007) Mediating the social and psychological impacts of terrorist attacks: The role of risk perception and risk communication. International Review of Psychiatry, 19, (3, June), pp.279-288.

Romano, J. A. & King, J. M. (2002). Chemical warfare and chemical terrorism: psychological and performance outcomes. Military Psychology. 14 (2), pp.85-92

Salama, S. & Hansell, L. (2005). Does intent equal capability? Al-Qaeda and weapons of mass destruction. The Nonproliferation Review. 12 (3), pp.615-653.           

Sidel, V. W. (2003). Bioterrorism in the United States: a balanced assessment of risk and response. Medicine, Conflict and Survival. 19 (4), pp.318-325.

Sinai, J. (2005). Forecasting terrorists' likelihood to embark on “Conventional” to CBRN warfare. The International Studies Review, 7 (1, March), pp.151-153.

Srikrishna, D. (et al.) (2005). Deterrence of nuclear terrorism with mobile radiation defectors. The Nonproliferation Review. 12 (3), pp.573-614.

Stavroulakis, P. & Stavroulakis, S. (2008). International Journal of Technology Transfer and Commercialisation, 7, (1, 18 June), pp.68-82.

Streeper, C. (2010). Preventing dirty bombs; addressing the threat at the "Source". The Nonproliferation Review. 17 (3), pp.531-550.

Sullivan, T.J. & Perry, W.L. (2004). Identifying indicators of chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) weapons development activity in sub-national terrorist groups. Journal of the Operational Research Society, 55 (4, April), pp.361-374.

Swartz, B. J. (2001). Nuclear terrorism - a selection of internet resources. Internet Reference Services Quarterly. 6 (3), pp. 7-98.

Tarvainen, T. (2007-8). NATO and the CBRN terrorism - mission: an overview. Journal of Security Issues 2(1), pp.24-47.

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Tucker, D. (2001). What is New about the New Terrorism and How Dangerous is It?

Terrorism and Political Violence. 13 (3), pp.1-14.

Wilson, R.M. (2008). An overview of U.S. initiatives and technologies to secure shipping containers at overseas ports. Journal of Applied Security Research. 3 (2), pp.241-267.

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