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ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 2 Annotated Bibliography Volders, B. (2019). Nuclear Terrorism: What Can We Learn from Los Alamos?. Terrorism and Political Violence, 31 (5), 1006-1025. Volders (2019)’s article on “nuclear terrorism “ discuss the literature gap on the possibility of a terrorist group conducting a nuclear attack given that such an attack is complex and require massive funding and infrastructure to construct. It elaborately illustrates the view on the organization involved in nuclear terrorism threat assessment, with the terrorist organization being the unit of analysis. The second part of the article explains why the "Los Alamos" case study, which was the first unified atomic bomb program that presents a probable understanding of nuclear terrorism. The main dynamics of organization and challenges for undertaking the project of nuclear terrorism are inductively outlined through the assessment of organizational theory regarding design and potential application to nuclear terrorism.
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