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Preventing black-market trade in nuclear technology
Éditeur Cambridge University Press
Année 2018
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Preventing black-market trade in nuclear technology
1 vol. (IX-374 pages) : ill. ; 24 cm
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327.174 7
Introduction : The Problem of Black-Market Nuclear Technology Networks / Matthew Bunn and William C. Potter ; The World of Illicit Nuclear Trade : Present and Future / David Albright and Andrea Stricker ; The Role of Intelligence in Countering Illicit Nuclear-Related Procurement / Thomas Fingar ; Strengthening the Global Law-Enforcement Response / Leonard S. Spector ; Strengthening Sanctions and Interdiction / Mark Fitzpatrick ; Strengthening Global Nuclear Export Controls / Ian Anthony ; The Private Sector's Role in Stopping Black-Market Nuclear Technology Networks / Robert Shaw ; Strengthening Global Nonproliferation Financial Controls / Justine Walker ; Strengthening the Role of International Organizations in Dealing with Illicit Nuclear Technology Networks / Olli Heinonen ; Countering Nuclear Black Markets by Strengthening Nonproliferation Culture / Matthew Bunn ; Stopping Black-Market Nuclear Technology Networks : A View from Russia / Vladimir A. Orlov and Oleksandr Cheban ; Out-of-the-Box Initiatives to Combat Illicit Nuclear Technology Procurement Networks / John Park, Leonard S. Spector, Ian J. Stewart ; Conclusion : Stopping Illicit Trade in Nuclear Technology : Progress, Gaps, and Next Steps / Martin B. Malin, Matthew Bunn, Leonard S. Spector, William C. Potter
La p. de garde indique : "Every nuclear weapons program for decades has relied extensively on illicit imports of nuclear-related technologies. This book offers the most detailed public account of how states procure what they need to build nuclear weapons, what is currently being done to stop them, and how global efforts to prevent such trade could be strengthened. While illicit nuclear trade can never be stopped completely, effective steps to block illicit purchases of nuclear technology have sometimes succeeded in slowing nuclear weapons programs and increasing their costs, giving diplomacy more chance to work. Hence, this book argues, preventing illicit transfers wherever possible is a key element of an effective global non-proliferation strategy."
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