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Radiological Weapons

This page is under construction. For now, we provide a list of good sources.



Charles D Ferguson, and William C Potter, The Four Faces of Nuclear Terrorism, Monterey: Center for Nonproliferation Studies, 2004.

Christopher Bollyn, "Depleted Uranium Blamed for Cancer Clusters Among Iraq War Vets," Nuclear Age Peace Foundation (15 August 2004):

Christopher Bollyn, "The Real Dirty Bombs: Depleted Uranium," Nuclear Age Peace Foundation (6 August 2004):

"Code of Conduct on the Safety and Security of Radioactive Sources," IAEA (2004):

Dana A Shea, "Radiological Dispersal Devices: Select Issues in Consequence Management," Congressional Research Service (10 March 2004).

Elizabeth Eraker, "Cleanup After a Radiological Attack: US Prepares Guidance," The Nonproliferation Review (Fall-Winter 2004): 167-185.

Gunnar Arbman, Rancesco Calogero, et al., "Eliminating Stockpiles of Highly Enriched Uranium: Options for an Action Agenda in Co-operation with the Russian Federation," Swedish Nuclear Power Inspectorate (April 2004).

Jaime M Yassif, "Decontamination in the Aftermath of a Radiological Attack,"Presentation, Denver, Colorado: APS April Meeting (3 May 2004):

Jonathan Medalia, "Terrorist 'Dirty Bombs': A Brief Primer." Congressional Research Service (1 April 2004):

Matthew Bunn and Anthony Wier, "Securing the Bomb: An Agenda for Action," Belfer Center, Harvard University (May 2004):

Peter D Zimmerman and Cheryl Loeb, "Dirty Bombs: The Threat Revisited," Defense Horizons no 38 (January 2004): 1-11.

"Radiological Terrorism Tutorial," Nuclear Threat Initiative (Accessed 10 December 2004): "Report of the Defense Science Board Task Force on Preventing and Defending Against Clandestine Nuclear Attack. Office of Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics (June 2004):

Spencer Carafano, "Dealing with Dirty Bombs: Plain Facts, Practical Solutions," Heritage Foundation Backgrounder #1723 (2004):

Spencer Abraham, "The Eisenhower Institute Presents: Secretary Spencer Abraham Department of Energy," The National Press Club (14 June 2004):

"Establishing Priorities for US-Russian Cooperation in Countering Radiological Terrorism," Development, Security, and Cooperation Office for Central Europe and Eurasia (OCEE), The National Academies (January 2004): webcr.nsf/5c50571a75df494485256a95007a091e/.0904e2404d4728a185256e5c00712bc2?OpenDocument&Highlight=0,dscx



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