This report by OLLAS assistant director Jonathan Benjamin-Alvarado is part of a developing research and outreach project with the Center for International Trade and Security at the University of Georgia. It involved working with Mexican government officials to design and implement national responses to international agreements and obligations to ensure command and control of critical nuclear, biological, and chemical materials in Mexico. Dr. Benjamin-Alvarado conducted a comprehensive survey, which he administered in Argentina and Cuba previously, later in 2005 to assess Mexican export controls.
Benjamin-Alvarado, J. (2004, December). The development of Mexican nonproliferation export controls CITS special report. Office of Latino/Latin American Studies. DOI: 10.32873/uno.dc.ollas.1013