InterAgency Journal 8-2

InterAgency Journal 8-2

Inside this issue:


Weapons of Mass Destruction: Current Questions for
the Interagency

by John Mark Mattox

Additive Manufacturing: Implications for the Interagency’s
Nuclear Counterproliferation Task
by John W. Andrews

Importing Nuclear Weapons Through the Selectively-
Border of the United States
by William T. Eckles

A Nation Unprepared: Bioterrorism and Pandemic Response
by John B. Foley

Plutonium and Picasso – A Typology of Nuclear and
Fine Art Smuggling

by Joshua D. Foss

Optimizing the CWMD Enterprise Across the Interagency
by Michael J. Kwon

Concurrent Biological, Electromagnetic Pulse, and Cyber-attacks:
The Ultimate Interagency Response Challenge
by Patricia Rohrbeck

Kinetic Energy Weapons: The Beginning of an Interagency Challenge
by Daniel C. Sproull

Book Review

Twilight Warriors: The Soldiers, Spies, and Special Agents Who Are Revolutionizing the American Way of War

The Curse of Cash

Worth Noting

Ambassador Kennedy returns to Fort Leavenworth
Dijkerman visits Fort Leavenworth
Kelly calls for more cooperation, ‘heavy artillery’ in cyber
Multidomain integration key to deterrence
USAID the topic of InterAgency Brown-Bag Lecture
DHS Secretary calls for greater cooperation
Interagency effort needed to combat illicit fentanyl
DoD officials discuss WMDs, new threats
Former DHS official calls for new roles and missions commission
DHS releases first Declined Detainer Outcome Report
Sixth InterAgency Brown-Bag Lecture focuses on intelligence
Gary Sinise awarded AUSA’s highest honor
State releases narcotics control report

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