NUCLEAR BIOLOGICAL CHEMICAL


October 2001 
Compiled by Sandhya Malladi, Bibliographer 
Air University Library 
Maxwell AFB, AL


Contents

Terrorism
Treaties
Weapons of Mass Destruction


Terrorism


Books

Bevalacqua, Armando. Terrorism Handbook for Operational Responders. Albany, NY, Delmar Publishers, 1998. 110 p.
Training manual for first response personnel in the aftermath of a terrorist incident. Includes chapters with overview and details of chemical agents and biological toxins.
Book call no.: 658.473 B571t

Buck, George. Preparing for Terrorism: An Emergency Services Guide. Albany, NY, Delmar Publishers, 1998. 329 p.
Book call no.: 363.320973 B9221p

Hoffman, Bruce. Terrorism and Weapons of Mass Destruction: An Analysis of Trends and Motivations. Santa Monica, CA, Rand, 1999. 66 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 H699t

Laqueur, Walter. The New Terrorism: Fanaticism and the Arms of Mass Destruction. New York, Oxford University Press, 1999. 312 p.
Book call no.: 363.32 L317n

Lee, Rensselaer W. Smuggling Armageddon: The Nuclear Black Market in the Former Soviet Union. New York, St. Martin's Press, 1998. 200p.
Book call no.: 363.32 L469s

Lifton, Robert J. Destroying the World to Save it: Aum Shinrikyo, Apocalyptic Violence, and the New Global Terrorism. New York, Henry Holt, 1999. 374 p.
Book call no.: 299.93 L722d

United States. Congress. House. Committee on National Security. Nuclear Terrorism and Countermeasures, Hearing. 104th Congress, 1st session. Washington, GPO, 1998. 297p.
Book call no.: 303.625 U58n

Webster, William H. Wild Atom: Nuclear Terrorism. Washington, Center for Strategic and International Studies, 1998. 57p.
Book call no.: 363.32 W668

Documents

Bray, Gary D. Countering Terrorist Use of Weapons of Mass Destruction: A Future Role for the National Guard. Carlisle Barracks, PA, U.S. Army War College, 1998. 36p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 39080-537 B827c

DeLawter, Denise A. Nuclear Weapons, Proliferation, and Terrorism: U.S. Response in the Twenty-First Century. Fort Leavenworth, KS, U.S. Army Command and Genral Staff College, 1998. 103p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 42022 D343n

United States. Department of Defense. Domestic Preparedness Program in the Defense Against Weapons of Mass Destruction. Washington, 1997. ???p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 42215-161

Periodicals

Beres, Louis Rene. Facing the Ultimate Nightmare: Preventing Nuclear Terrorism Against the United States. The Brown Journal of World Affairs 5:313-335 Winter-Spring 1998.

Beres, Louis Rene. Israel, the "Peace Process," and Nuclear Terrorism: Recognizing the Linkages. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 21:59-86 January-March 1998.

Cameron, Gavin. Multi-Track Microproliferation: Lessons from Aum Shinrikyo and Al Qaida Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 22:277-309 October-December 1999.

Cameron, Gavin. Nuclear Terrorism Reconsidered. Current History 99:154-157 April 2000.

Cragin, Charles L. Defense Week WMD (Weapons of Mass Destruction) & Domestic Preparedness Conference. Defense Issues 13:1-7 October 15, 1998.

Falkenrath, Richard A. Confronting Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Terrorism. Survival 40:43-65 Autumn 1998.

Jacobs, Stanley S. The Nuclear Threat as a Terrorist Option. Terrorism and Political Violence 10:149-163 Winter 1998.

Juergensmeyer, Mark. Understanding the New Terrorism. Current History 99:158-163 April 2000.

Kutner, Joshua A. Nuclear Terrorism Threat Overwhelms U.S. Shield National Defense 82:30-31 May-June 1998.

Lee, Deborah. Integration of Reserve Components Responds to New Threat. Defense Issues 13:1-6 1998.

Matthews William. Reserves Could Help Against Somestic Terrorism: But Equipment Found Lacking for Detecting Chemical Agents. Air Force Times 59:20 March 29 1999.

Maze, Rick. New Terrorist Teams in Guard. Navy Times 47:20 March 23 1998.

McCutcheon, Chuck. Governments Step Up "Homeland Defense" Efforts Against Terrorism. CQ Weekly 57:522-523+ March 6, 1999.

Muir, Angus M. Terrorism and Weapons of Mass Destruction: The Case of Aum Shinrikyo. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 22:79-91 January-March 1999.

Nacos, Brigitte L. Accomplice or Witness? The Media's Role in Terrorism. Current History 99:174-178 April 2000.

Post, Jerrold and Sprinzak, Ehud. Searching for Answers: Why Haven't Terrorist Used Weapons of Mass Destruction? Armed Forces Journal International 135:16-17 April 1998.

Predictions of Chemical, Biological Terror Fuel Military-Civilian Defense Partnership. National Defense 83:29-31 September 1998.

Prina, L. Edgar. It Was Only a War Game: But Wild Atom Was Terrifyingly Realistic. Sea Power 41:46-48 November 1998.

Sherman, Jason. Consequential Force: With Capabilities Like These, it's No Wonder the Marine Corps Commandant Wants the CBIRF (Chemical-Biological Incident Response Force) Closer to Home. Armed Forces Journal International 137:34-36 January 2000.

Simon, Jeffrey D. Terrorists and Biological Weapons. Defense Analysis 14:331-333 December 1998.

Skinner, Lars. Counterterrorism Response in a Nuclear, Chemcial, & Biological Environment. Journal of Counterterrorism & Security International 5:54+ Winter 1999.

Tucker, Jonathan. Chemical and Biological Terrorism: How Real a Threat? Current History 99:147-153 April 2000.

Weible, Jack. States Selected to Host Rapid-Assessment Teams. Air Force Times 58:8 June 8, 1998.

WMD (Weapons of Mass Destruction) Terrorism: An Exchange. Survival 40:168-183 Winter 1998-1999.


Treaties


Books

National Research Council. Research Required to Support Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Monitoring. Washington, National Academy Press, 1997. 138p.
Book call no.: 327.1747 R432

Powaski, Ronald E. Return to Armageddon: The United States and the Nuclear Arms Race, 1981-1999. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2000. 294 p.
Book call no.: 327.1747 P881r

Periodicals

Ahrari, Ehsan. Nuclearised South Asia Faces an Uncertain Future. Asia-Pacific Defence Reporter 25:18-19 December 1999.

Andreani, Gilles. The Disarray of US Non-Proliferation Policy. Survival 41:42-61 Winter 1999-2000.

Arms Control Today Damage Assessment: The Senate Rejection of the CTBT. 29:9-14 September/October 1999.
An Arms Control Association Press Conference with Spureon M. Keeny, Jr., Ambassador Thomas Graham, John Steinbruner and John Issacs.

Bell, Robert. Strategic Agreements and the CTB Treaty: Striking the Right Balanace. Arms Control Today 28:3-10 January-February 1998.

Bhskar, C. Uday. India and the CTBT: Implications. Strategic Analysis 22:1237-1241 November 1998.

Cohen, William. Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Event Remarks, the White House October 6, 1999 Defense Viewpoint3p October 6, 1999.

The CTB Treaty and Nuclear Non-Proliferation: The Debate Continues. Arms Control Today 28:7-11 March 1998.
Testimony of Spurgeon M. Keeny, Jr. and Kathleen C. Bailey

Faulkner, Andrea. CTBT (Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty): Towards Its Entry Into Force. Disarmament 10, no.1:26-40 1997.

Fetter, Steve. A Comprehensive Transparency Regime for Warheads and Fissile Materials. Arms Control Today 29:3-7 January-February 1999.

Hoffmann, Wolfgang. Ensuring the CTBT's Implementation. Disarmament 10, no.1:1-9 1997.

Isaacs, John. Senate: Test Ban Prospects Shaken. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 54:40-41 July-August 1998.

Jones, Suzanne and Von Hippel, Frank N. Transparency Measures for Subcritical Experiments Under the CTBT. Science & Global Security 6, no.3:291-310 1997.

Joosten, James. Plowshares to Swords: The North Korean Agreed Framework. National Security Studies Quarterly 6:43-66 Winter 2000.

Khan, Hayat. Addressing the Issues of an FMCT (Fissile Material Cut-Off Treaty). Disarmament 10, no.1:41-51 1997.

Kimball, Daryl G. Holding the CTBT Hostage in the Senate: The "Stealth" Strategy of Helms and Lott. Arms Control Today 28:3-9 June-July 1998.

Pattanaik, Smruti S. Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty: Options Before Nuclear Pakistan. Strategic Analysis 22:1141-1161 November 1998.

Scheinman, Lawrence. Politics and Pragmatism: The Challenges for NPT 2000. Arms Control Today 30:18-23 April 2000.

Scoblic, J. Peter. Illuminating Global Interests: The UN and Arms Control. Arms Control Today 29:2-8 September/October 1999.
Interview with UN Undersecretary-General Jayantha Dhanapala.

van der Vink, Gregory and others. False Accusations, Undetected Tests and Implications for the CTB Treaty. Arms Control Today 28:7-13 May 1998.

Viswam, S. India's Reservations on CTBT. India Perspectives 11, Special Issue:52-53 August-September 1998.

Weston, Michael. The Fissile Material Cut-Off Treaty: Why? What? and When? Disarmament 10, no.1:52-62 1997.

Yamada, Chusei. The CTBT (Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty): A Step Towards a Nuclear-Free World. Disarmament 10, no.1:10-25 1997.


Weapons of Mass Destruction


Books

Bermudez, Joseph S. Chemical and Biological Weapons and Deterrence: Case Study 5, North Korea. Alexandria, VA, Chemical and Biological Arms Control Institute, 1998. 45 p. (The Deterrence series, case study 5)
Book call no.: 358.3 C517 v. 5

Buck, George. Preparing for Terrorism: An Emergency Services Guide. Albany, NY, Delmar Publishers, 1998. 329 p.
Book call no.: 363.320973 B9221p

Chandler, Robert W. Counterforce, Locating and Destroying Weapons of Mass Destruction. USAF Academy, CO, September 1998. 45p.(Proliferation Series)
INSS Occasional Paper 21
Book call no.: 358.3 C456c

Chemical and Biological Warfare, edited by Brian Solomon. New York, H. W. Wilson, 1999. (Reference shelf, v. 71, no. 3)
Essays on topics relating to CBW.
Book call no.: 808.5 R332 v. 71, no. 3

Cordesman, Anthony. Chemical and Biological Weapons and Deterrence: Case Study 3, Iraq. Alexandria, VA, Chemical and Biological Arms Control Institute, 1998. 81 p. (The Deterrence series, case study 3)
Book call no.: 358.3 C517 v. 3

Eisenstadt, Michael. Chemical and Biological Weapons and Deterrence: Case Study 4, Iran. Alexandria, VA, Chemical and Biological Arms Control Institute, 1998. 31 p. (The Deterrence series, case study 4)
Book call no.: 358.3 C517 v. 4

Gill, Bates. Chemical and Biological Weapons and Deterrence: Case Study 6, People's Republic of China. Alexandria, VA, Chemical and Biological Arms Control Institute, 1998. 49 p. (The Deterrence series, case study 6)
Book call no.: 358.3 C517 v. 6

Graham, Thomas W. Cooperation in the Maintenance of Peace and Security and Disarmament. New York, United Nations, 1994. 123 p.
Proccedings of a conference held at United Nations Regional Centre for Peace and Disarmament in Asia and the Pacific, 1994.
Book call no.: 341.733 C778

Gray, Coliln S. The Second Nuclear Age. Boulder, CO, Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1999. 193 p.
Book call no.: 327.1747 G778s

Hashim, Ahmed S. Chemical and Biological Weapons and Deterrence: Case Study 1, Syria. Alexandria, VA, Chemical and Biological Arms Control Institute, 1998. 31 p. (The Deterrence series, case study 1)
Book call no.: 358.3 C517 v. 1

Hoffman, Bruce. Terrorism and Weapons of Mass Destruction: An Analysis of Trends and Motivations. Santa Monica, CA, Rand, 1999. 66 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 H699t

Laqueur, Walter. The New Terrorism: Fanaticism and the Arms of Mass Destruction. New York, Oxford University Press, 1999. 312 p.
Book call no.: 363.32 L317n

Lifton, Robert J. Destroying the World to Save it: Aum Shinrikyo, Apocalyptic Violence, and the New Global Terrorism. New York, Henry Holt, 1999. 374 p.
Book call no.: 299.93 L722d

Moodie, Michael. Chemical and Biological Weapons and Deterrence: Will Deterrence Work?. Alexandria, VA, Chemical and Biological Arms Control Institute, 1998. 71 p. (The Deterrence series, case study 7)
Book call no.: 358.3 C517 v.7

Trevan, Tim. Saddams Secrets: The Hunt for Iraq's Hidden Weapons. London, HarperCollins, 1999. 448 p.
Book call no.: 327.17409567 T812s

Waller, Robert. Chemical and Biological Weapons and Deterrence: Case Study 2, Libya. Alexandria, VA, Chemical and Biological Arms Control Institute, 1998. 34 p. (The Deterrence series, case study 2)
Book call no.: 358.3 C517 v. 2

Documents

Beckman, Randy R. Arms Control and Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction: How Will They Impact U.S. Deterrence in the New World Order?. Carlisle Barracks, PA, U.S. Army War College, 1996. 26p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 39080-537 B396a

Feril, Benjamin G. M. Shoring Up the Homeland Defense: The Joint Medical Task Force and Weapons of Mass Destruction. Newport, RI, Naval War College, 1999. 23 p.
Proposes a Joint Medical Task Force to provide coverage for a variety of WMD contingencies.
Doc. call no.: M-U 41662 F356sq

Self, Jackson D. Ultimate Brinkmanship: Iraq's Use of Weapons of Mass Destruction to Raise the Stakes. Newport, RI, Naval War College, 1998. 22p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 41662 S465u

Periodicals

Eberstadt, Nicholas. The Most Dangerous Country. The National Interest, No. 57,45-54 Fall 1999.
Discusses in part North Korea's WMD strategy.

Grier, Peter. New World Coming: The Hart-Rudman Commission Says that the US Homeland is Likely to be Attacked with Weapons of Mass Destruction Sometime in the Next 25 Years. Air Force Magazine 82:59-62 December 1999.

Larsen, Jeffrey A. The Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction and U.S. National Security. National Security Quarterly 4:33-52 Autumn 1998.

Nagl, John A. Defending Against New Dangers: Arms Control of Weapons of Mass Destruction in a Globalized World. World Affairs 162:158-173 Spring 2000.

National Guard Trains to Meet WMD Threat. Army 49:57 November 1999.

Roos, John G. WMD (Weapons of Mass Destruction) Defense: Sensor Proliferation and Networking are Keys to Future Chemical and Biological Defense Programs. Armed Forces Journal International 135:36-41 May 1998.



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