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Criminal Networks, Smuggling, and Weapons of Mass Destruction
GEORGE MASON UNIV FAIRFAX VA SCHOOL OF PUBLIC POLICY
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The Terrorism, Transnational Crime and Corruption Center TraCCC at George Mason Universitys School of Public Policy held a two-day conference on February 25-26 2010 to address major challenges facing Weapons of Mass Destruction WMD policymakers. The conference, sponsored by the Defense Threat Reduction Agencys Advanced Systems and Concepts Office DTRAASCO, brought together diverse global experts from government, academia, journalism, and the private sector to examine the problems of WMD proliferation, nuclear smuggling, and the links between criminal and terrorist networks. This report provides key findings from the conference. Following Chatham House rules, the names of speakers are not identified. This report was prepared by Dr. Louise Shelley, Director of TraCCC, and Ms. Alison Rea, a research assistant at TraCCC.
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