Occasional Paper #27: Large-scale harvesting of online marketplace information is possible using off-the-shelf open source technologies and basic programming skills.
Occasional Paper #26: Sixty experts gathered from 15 countries representing scientific, policy, industry, legal, and enforcement fields.
Occasional Paper #25: A call for condemning the programs and readying penalties for future cases.
Occasional Paper #24: This report identifies challenges and opportunities for the next phase of the ROK-US nuclear partnership.
Occasional Paper #21: Researchers find biotechnology e-commerce has significantly disrupted the effectiveness of export controls.
Occasional Paper #20: This study recommends action to prevent nuclear smuggling to Iran, North Korea, and other countries seeking nuclear weapons.
Occasional Paper #19: Sustainably preventing terrorism means finding substitutes for high-risk radiological sources, such as cesium chloride in blood irradiators.