Tag: counterproliferation

Featured article: The Proliferation of Decentralized Trust Technology by Alexander G. Mullin We will use sophisticated investigative tools to disrupt the ability of criminals to use online marketplaces, crypto-currencies, and other tools or illicit activities. — U.S. National Security Strategy, December 2017 The inclusion of the quote referenced above on page 12 made the December […]

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Featured article: Fostering Interagency Collaboration for Upstream Counterproliferation by Matthew D. Rautio The proliferation of emerging and disruptive technologies, such as additive manufacturing and gene editing, is changing the way we think about national security. Such trends in science and technology inevitably increase the likelihood of hostile nations or non-state actors acquiring weapons of mass destruction […]

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Featured article: Additive Manufacturing: Implications for the Interagency’s Nuclear Counterproliferation Tasks by John W. Andrews The emerging technology of additive manufacturing (AM) is rapidly revolutionizing the world of industry. Additive manufacturing enables the layering of materials, using precise, computer-controlled machines, to quickly build objects with complex shapes at low cost. Indeed, AM promises to produce things that, […]

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This summer the U.S. Department of State issued the 2014 compliance report, which provides a detailed assessment of the adherence to arms control, nonproliferation, and disarmament agreements or commitments of the U.S. and other nations…

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Assistant secretary of defense for global strategic affairs Madelyn R. Creedon, recently testified before the Senate Armed Services Committee’s emerging threats and capabilities subcommittee in a hearing on nonproliferation activities…

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