CWMD JIIM Coordination on the Korean Peninsula
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Research Summary: An event requiring U.S. intervention to isolate and secure DPRK nuclear weapons presents significant capacity/capability gaps—too big to handle alone. Lack of regional framework (i.e.NATO) hinders pre-crisis coordination with those that might assist. Our project utilizes Social Network Analysis (SNA) tools to map the constellation of JIIM organizations that have capability and capacity to assist in a CWMD crisis on the Korean Peninsula & Network Theory/Org Design to frame the analysis.
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