After 9/11: Preventing Mass Destruction Terrorism and Weapons Prolif.
|Auteur||Center for N-Proliferation Studies|
|Classificatie||6.03.0.00/100 (PROLIFERATIE - ALGEMEEN)|
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Occasional Paper No. 8 After 9/11: Preventing Mass-Destruction Terrorism and Weapons Proliferation Michael Barletta, ed. Monterey Nonproliferation Strategy Group MONTEREY INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES CENTER FOR NONPROLIFERATION STUDIES THE CENTER FOR NONPROLIFERATION STUDIES The mission of the Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS) is to combat the spread of weapons of mass destruction by training the next generation of nonproliferation specialists and disseminating timely information and analysis. Dr. William C. Potter is the director of CNS, which has a staff of more than 55 full-time personnel and 60 student research assistants, with offices in Monterey, CA; Washington, DC; and Almaty, Kazakhstan. CNS is the largest nongovernmental organization in the United States devoted exclusively to research and training on nonproliferation issues. CNS gratefully acknowledges the support of the following funders and thanks them for their commitment to our mission: the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Center for Global Partnership, the Compton Foundation, the Ford Foundation, the HKH Foundation, the Japan - United States Friendship Commission, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the John Merck Fund, the Nuclear Threat Initiative, the Ploughshares Fund, the Prospect Hill Foundation, the Scherman Foundation, and the W. Alton Jones Foundation. For more information on the projects and publications of CNS, contact: Center for Nonproliferation Studies Monterey Institute of International Studies 460 Pierce Street Monterey, California 93940 USA Tel: 831.647.