Countering the financing of weapons of mass destruction is an important component of global non-proliferation efforts. While the focus has largely been on North Korea, as well as Iran, countering proliferation financing (CPF) is likely to apply to other actors in the future.
Are the measures put in place sufficiently future-proofed? CFCS’s Wojciech Pawlus is joined by Jonathan Brewer of King’s College London and RUSI’s Darya Dolzikova to look at the origins of CPF policy and examine what might lie ahead.
Suspicious Transaction Report Podcast Series
The Suspicious Transaction Report is the flagship podcast of RUSI’s Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies (CFCS). It offers 'behind-the-scenes' insights and practical advice on how to implement the latest financial crime research and policy developments in the real world – from anti-money laundering and illicit flows to sanctions evasion and cryptocurrency abuse.
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Outreach and Implementation Manager
Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies
Proliferation and Nuclear Policy