Chapter 7 – Preventing Nuclear Terrorism

Open Sources (Available to all)
  1. Bunn, M., Malin, M. B., Roth, N., & Tobey, W. H. (2016) Preventing nuclear terrorism: Continuous improvement or dangerous decline? Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School. Retrieved from
  2. Levi, M. A. (2008). Deterring state sponsorship of nuclear terrorism. Council Special Report No. 39. Council on Foreign Relations. Retrieved from
  3. Klein, J. J. (2012). Deterring and dissuading nuclear terrorism. Journal ofStrategic Security, 5(1), 15-30. Retrieved from
  4. United Nations. (2005). U.N. International Convention for the Suppression of Acts of Nuclear Terrorism. Retrieved from
  5. U.S. Department of State. (2015). The global challenge of chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear (CBRN) terrorism. Country Reports on Terrorism 2015 [Chapter 4]. Retrieved from
Additional Readings (Available to OSU Students through the OSU Valley Library)
  1. Allison, G. (2004). How to stop nuclear terror. Foreign Affairs [Jan/Feb]. Retrieved from
  2. Levi, M. (2008). Stopping nuclear terrorism. Foreign Affairs [Jan/Feb]. Retrieved from
  3. Korbatov, A.B., Suzuki, E., &Goldblum, B. (2015). The fight against nuclear terrorism needs global cooperation, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 71(5). Retrieved from
  4. Mueller, J. (2009). Think again: Nuclear weapons. Foreign Policy [Dec 18]. Retrieved from from
  5. Stone, J. (2009). Al-Qaeda, Deterrence and Weapons of Mass Destruction, Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 32(9), 763-775. Retrieved from



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