Projecting the Future World of Illicit Nuclear Trade and Developing Countermeasures
Center on Contemporary Conflict
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The objective of the project is to produce a monograph evaluating the world of illicit nuclear trade 5-10 years from now. The project will advance this body of knowledge and improve the chances of detecting covert nuclear programs, potentially delaying the development of nuclear programs of proliferant states, and providing more time for counter-WMD activities to succeed.
FY 2012-2013. Project Lead: Albright, David
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