March 1, 2001
Beyond Nonproliferation: Secondary Supply, Proliferation Management, and U.S. Foreign Policy
This article addresses both the supply motivations and the behavior of the three most significant secondary suppliers of proliferation technology (Russia, China and North Korea) as well as various U.S. policy responses designed to mitigate these activities.
Feb. 1, 2001
Bioterrorism and Biocrimes: the Illicit Use of Biological Arms in the 20th century
This working paper is an updated study of research that began in 1998; it provides a descriptive analysis of the illicit use of biological agents by criminals and terrorists in the 20th century and draws on a series of specific case studies.
Oct. 1, 2000
China Rising: New Challenges to the U.S. Security Posture
This article describes how the nature, scope and viability of the strategic relationship between the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and the United States has emerged as a key security policy issue.
Dec. 1, 1999
DOD and Consequence Management: Mitigating the Effects of Chemical and Biological Attack
This article aims to analyze the potential threat of chemical and biological weapons to the U.S. It also offers recommendations on how to approach these situations and respond appropriately.