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R u t g e r s Mo d e l C o n g r e s s 17 Bibliography For Further Reading Levi, Michael, On Nuclear Terrorism, (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2007). This is a book, written by a member of the Council on Foreign Relations gives an in depth perspective and detailed overview on the threat of nuclear terrorism. Levi goes over the multiple ways that terrorist organization can obtain and attack the United States. The book gives an analysis on the problem and what the United States should do to fix the situation. Center for Defense Information, “What if Terrorists go Nuclear?” Center for Defense Information, October 1, 2001. http://www.cdi.org/terrorism/nuclear.cfm (accessed October 21. 2008). The website not only goes into detail on the types of attacks, but also focuses on developing states and lack security standards enable terrorists to obtain tactical nuclear material. It focuses on certain developing states as well as Russia and even presents possible solutions. Matthew Bunn and Anthony Wier, “The Seven Myths of Nuclear Terrorism,” Current History, April 2005. This article explores different myths that are associated with nuclear terrorism. One of which is that nuclear terrorism is not possible. It presents both sides of the problem and describes what the U.S. military, homeland security and the U.S. government need to do in order to ensure the safety of the U.S.
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