Arms Control Verification Synergies: Theory and Application in the United Nations Context
The application of synergies in monitoring and verifying United Nations arms-control regimes is reviewed. Theoretical characterizations of verification synergies, especially for on-site inspections, are interpreted and assessed.
KeywordsSecurity Council Ground Penetrating Radar Remote Monitoring Verification Method Verification Technique
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