This is the second of two guidance papers produced by RUSI on countering proliferation finance. It aims to assist governments seeking to strengthen their legal and institutional frameworks to counter proliferation finance.
The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation has generously extended its funding of a RUSI research project examining the countering of proliferation financing. The grant will allow RUSI to undertake further study of the financial activities of proliferators such as North Korea, and how best to counter this activity.
As a member of the EU, the UK has been a strong leader in the design and implementation of sanctions. Brexit will create complexity for policymakers and the private sector and result in a loss of UK influence and effectiveness.
In the digital age, it is often necessary to make compromises between cost and security. For the US Army, miscalculating the balance of this compromise could have serious implications for national security.
Tom Keatinge, Director, Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies, RUSI
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