STEP examines the intersection of WMD non-proliferation and trade by engaging partner countries with critical global trade ecosystems in identifying, analyzing, and securing supply chains involving “dualuse” chemical / biological / radiological / nuclear (CBRN) materials.
The Jamaican government is working to transform the Port of Kingston into a Global Logistics Hub to attract new trade investments and improve the country’s economy. But as the opportunity for trade expands, risks also grow. Stimson experts Brian Finlay and Lovely Umayam recently completed a major project in Kingston — and saw firsthand the challenges and opportunities facing Jamaica.
By Lovely Umayam Editor’s note: This analysis is part of Impact — an ongoing Stimson Center series examining the innovative approaches being used to help solve the world’s major global challenges. Contributions to this series are from leading experts a …
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