Monitoring technology proliferation: an open source methodology for generating proliferation intelligence
Green, Daniel M.
Looney, Robert E.
Laurance, Edward J.
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This thesis develops a methodology to monitor technology proliferation. It is designed to provide proliferation intelligence on specific threat technologies and can be used to augment export controls or enhance counter proliferation initiatives. A high-te
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