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WMD Capabilities Enabled by Additive Manufacturing

Developments in 3D printing could spur the spread of chemical and biological weapons and WMD delivery systems.

OP#33: WMD Proliferation Risks at the Nexus of 3D Printing and DIY Communities

Occasional Paper #33 examines the degree to which additive manufacturing – including its distribution and use – may be introducing new proliferation risks.

Emerging Technology, International Security, and International Law

OCTOBER 6, 2016: Experts urge early engagement by industry, academia, and other producers of emerging technologies.

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CNS Online Course: “Global Trade and Weapons of Mass Destruction”

DEADLINE MAY 30: Identify how states and companies ensure that dual-use items are not used to produce WMD.

Stephanie Lieggi

CNS Tests New Online Course on Export Controls and WMD

CNS launches “Global Trade and Weapons of Mass Destruction,” a test version of its first on-line class.

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Prospects for Nuclear Security Partnership in Southeast Asia

Managing risks due to increased interest in nuclear power.

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Prospects for Nuclear Security Partnership in Southeast Asia

An examination of security implications of nuclear energy development plans.