Learn About Project Alpha’s Nine Strands
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. It is part of the Centre for Science and Security Studies at King's College London.
For further information, contact Dr. Ross Peel, Research and Knowledge Transfer Manager. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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24 January 2020
North Korea, United States, sanctions
1 October 2019
King's College London delivered a counter-proliferation training course in Panama City.
6 August 2019
Several Chinese aluminium manufacturers have been designated by the US for allegedly supplying…
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Project Alpha offers training for governments and the private sector in relation to non-proliferation and trade controls.