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Interdiction Principles For The Proliferation Security Initiative

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This appendix chapter talks about the interdiction principles for the proliferation security initiative (PSI). &t; States or non-state actors of proliferation concern" generally refers to those countries or entities that the PSI participants involved establish should be subject to interdiction activities because they are engaged in proliferation through: (1) eff orts to develop or acquire chemical, biological, or nuclear weapons and associated delivery systems; or (2) transfers (either selling, receiving, or facilitating) of weapon of mass destruction (WMD), their delivery systems, or related materials.

Keywords: proliferation security initiative (PSI); weapon of mass destruction (WMD)



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