Monitor The Strategic Trends
Modern Technology has made it possible for countries all over the world to possess the means for controlling their own populations and to threaten other nations with mass destruction. It no longer matters whether a nation is rich or poor, large or small, first world or third world. Almost anyone can make or purchase weapons that 50 years ago could not even be imagined.
Lebanon: Stuck Between Hezbollah and Syria July 31, 2012
Israel and Iran's Nuke Sites February 07, 2012
US Destroys Largest Chemical Weapons Stockpile January 17, 2012
Nuclear Smuggling Suspects Plead Guilty December 20, 2011
Taking Out The Enemy's Weapons October 18, 2011
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Weapons Proliferation Australia’s Uranium & Ezekiel 38–39 by Diane Miltenburg
Privacy Keeping It Safe by Mark Gustafson
Technology The Implications of 3D Printing by Mary Gehl
Strategic Trends Advanced Weaponry by Dr. Steve Elwart
Technology The Future of Warfare by Dr. Steve Elwart
ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTS AND LINKS
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Overview of State-Sponsored Terrorism - Patterns of Global Terrorism: 1999
E-BOMB - Popular Mechanics - September 2001
Iraq Weapons of Mass Destruction Programs - U.S. Government White Paper, released February 13, 1998
Third Person Tests Positive for Anthrax in Florida - 2001-10-10
Tactical nukes deployed in Afghanistan - Military sources say Bush, Putin agree on weaponry - WND.com - 2001-10-07
Advice from Baghdad - Iraq says U.S. needs to 'think over what happened' on 9-11 - Reported to have nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons
Patterns of Global Terrorism - 1999 - State Department - Released April 2000
Weapons of Mass Destruction - Bureau of Nonproliferation
North Korea Throws Nuclear Deal Into Doubt - North Korea and the US on Tuesday disputed crucial details of their landmark six-party agreement reached just a day earlier, with Pyongyang declaring it would only give up its nuclear weapons after it received light-water reactors.
Iran Warns Against Sanctions Over Nukes - Iran on Tuesday threatened to resume uranium enrichment and bar open inspections of its nuclear facilities if an ongoing meeting of the U.N. nuclear watchdog decides to refer it to the Security Council for possible sanctions.
Six-nation talks on North Korea's Nuclear Program Resume - Negotiations aimed at ending North Korea's nuclear weapons aspirations resumed Tuesday after a month long recess, but prospects for progress were uncertain as Pyongyang remained insistent on its right to a civilian atomic program.
Iran says has made new atomic breakthrough - Iran has made a new breakthrough in its controversial nuclear program, successfully using biotechnology to extract larger and cheaper quantities of uranium concentrate from its mines, state television reported.
Iran to be nuclear capable in three years: Israel spy chief - Israel expects Iran to be capable of producing a nuclear weapon within three years, military intelligence chief General Aharon Zeevi told MPs at a closed-door briefing.