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Project Alpha is a research and knowledge transfer programme focused on non-proliferation, sanctions and strategic trade controls. By taking an academically rigorous and policy orientated approach to the study of nuclear proliferation, we draw on a wide range of open sources, tools and techniques to research all aspects of non-proliferation.
Project Alpha focuses on all aspects of non-proliferation including country issues; safeguards; trade controls implementation, non-proliferation policy and emerging technology.
Project Alpha is associated with the Centre for Science and Security Studies at KCL but operates in an autonomous way.
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17 June 2019
Iran has been threatening to withdraw from the JCPOA, since the withdrawal of the US in 2018. While…
10 June 2019
This paper examines the question of Nuclear Suppliers Group membership in the context of…
6 June 2019
King's College London attended a second peer review meeting in Washington, DC to complete…
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Project Alpha offers training for governments and the private sector in relation to non-proliferation and trade controls.