2000 Chitumbo (UN) The Role of Open Source Information in Enhancing Nuclear Transparency (International Atomic Energy Agency)

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Few people have a proper appreciation for the security value of Open Source Intelligence (OSINT).  It is the ONLY form of decision-support that can be shared with ANYBODY, and therefore it is the easist foundation for establishing a common view of the first 80% where it is easy to agree, and of the final 20% where more difficult and nuanced dialog must take place.  The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) continues to respect the needs of developing nations for nuclear energy, the fears of varied nations with respect to nuclear munitions, and the value of OSINT in addressing both sides of the nuclear coin.

Kaluba Chitumbo and Jack Boureston (Slides)
Kaluba Chitumbo and Jack Boureston (Slides)
Kaluba Chitumbo and Jack Boureston (Text)
Kaluba Chitumbo and Jack Boureston (Text)

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