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Assessment of Nuclear Monitoring and Verification Technologies: Task Force Report
Paul Kaminski (ed)
Report of a Task Force charged with assessing technologies in support of future arms control and nonproliferation treaties and agreements. The Task Force realized that it also had to consider a broader context for nuclear proliferation into the foreseeable future. The technical approach for monitoring cannot continue to derive only from treaty and agreement dictates for äóģpointäó¯ compliance to the numbers and types formally agreed upon and geographically bounded. Proliferation in this future context is a continuous process for which persistent surveillance tailored to the environment of concern is needed. Monitoring will need to be contiguous, adaptive, and continuously tested for its effectiveness against an array of differing, creative and adaptive proliferators. The Task Force has created a comprehensive monitoring framework and proposed both improvements to existing tools and capabilities, as well as new approaches and dimensions to traditional monitoring means. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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