Remote assessment of countries’ nuclear, biological, and cyber capabilities: joint motivation and latent capability approach

@article{Frankenstein2014RemoteAO,
  title={Remote assessment of countries’ nuclear, biological, and cyber capabilities: joint motivation and latent capability approach},
  author={William Frankenstein and Ghita Mezzour and Kathleen M. Carley and L. Richard Carley},
  journal={Social Network Analysis and Mining},
  year={2014},
  volume={5},
  pages={1-21}
}
Nuclear, biological, and cyber weapons are major components of national security policy. We currently rely on case studies of individual threats to understand the international distribution of latent capabilities of weapons of mass destruction (WMD)—and typically look exclusively at commercial activity, scientific activity, or policy activity, without… CONTINUE READING