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Nuclear Security

Undergraduate and Graduate Programs Support Research

In addition to the graduate and undergraduate courses on Weapons of Mass Destruction that our faculty teach within the School of Criminology and Justice Studies, our faculty conduct research.

The Center also works closely with the Integrated Nuclear Security and Safeguards Laboratory.

Research Programs

The Center is currently applying to several research projects on nuclear security sponsored by government agencies and the private sector.

Subject Matter Experts


  • Forest, James J.F. and Sukesh Aghara “Behavioral Patterns among Violent Non-State Actors: A Study of Complementary Governance National Defense Review Quarterly Nacao e Defesa," published in English and Portuguese by the National Defense Academy, Portugal), no. 140 (July), p. 103-117.
  • Forest, James J.F. "A Framework for Analyzing the Future Threat of WMD Terrorism Journal of Strategic Security" 5(4), pp. 51-68.
  • Forest, James J.F. and Russell Howard (eds.) "Weapons of Mass Destruction and Terrorism" (2nd Edition). New York: McGraw-Hill. 821 pages. ISBN