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Philip Ingram: Using HUMINT in Cyberspace Is Best to Fight Extremists Online

An interview with Philip Ingram, veteran of the UK Army Intelligence Corps Mr. Ingram, could you please tell our readers about yourself and your background? Philip Ingram: I am a former British Army Officer, a Colonel, who started his career in the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers but transferred to and spent most of his career in the Intelligence Corps as a planning officer and senior intelligence officer. As well as serving in the UK and Germany, I have been deployed to Northern Ireland...

Канунникова Татьяна
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21.06.2018 23:10:52

Theorising on the Causes of Nuclear Weapons Proliferation

Despite the degree of uniqueness stemming from its particular specifics, each case of nuclear weapons proliferation also exemplifies one or more of the five main determinants of a state’s decision to acquire nuclear weapons that have been identified in the relevant literature: security, domestic politics, norms, technology and economics. While recognising the complexity of multi-causality, I would argue that a careful analysis of existing cases leads to sufficient explanations about the general...

Machairas Dimitrios
Опубликовано:
19.10.2013 23:17:00

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