Catherine Dill

Catherine Dill

Catherine Dill is a senior research associate at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey. Her work includes using open source tools for defense and nonproliferation research, geospatial analysis, trade data analysis, understanding China’s nuclear and missile programs, studying illicit procurement networks in Asia, and industry outreach and training on strategic trade controls. She holds a MA in Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, and a BS in Foreign Service from Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service.

 

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North Korea’s Uranium Conversion: The History and Process, Part 2

North Korean Uranium Conversion: History and Process, Part 1

Nothing if not persistent: North Korean exploitation of Fijian and Cambodian flags at sea

Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something…Yellow?

Cashing in on the Construction Industry

Counting Type 094 Jin-class SSBNs with Planet Imagery

“Subtle” DPRK Networks in Russia

Open Silos

A Note on China’s Implementation of UNSCR 2375

Guest Post: The Chinpo Shipping Case Implodes

Guest Post: Connecting the OSINT dots on Sri Lankan-North Korean military deals

Tracking Preparations at the Korla Missile Test Base

Historical Note on the Jinkouhe Gaseous Diffusion Plant

Convoy Directions from the 816th Launch Brigade

Guest Post: Spotlight on Syria’s Biological Weapons

Spring Festival Launch Festivities

Developments at the Korla Missile Test Base

Video Analysis of DPRK SLBM Footage

New Sanctions on KOMID

Missile Defense Intercept Test at Korla?

C3: Nuclear Command, Control, Cooperation

The Jinkouhe Gaseous Diffusion Plant is hot!

2nd Artillery Missiles at the 2015 China V-Day Parade

Korla Missile Test Complex Revisited

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  1. In: Counting Type 094 Jin-class SSBNs with Planet Imagery

    Thanks for the helpful point on the commissioned state and the observation on continuous deterrence patrols.
  1. In: Counting Type 094 Jin-class SSBNs with Planet Imagery

    5 completed in total, but not all operational. I’m still wrapping my head around the correct terminology for the various…
  1. In: Counting Type 094 Jin-class SSBNs with Planet Imagery

    Then I’ve regrettably overlooked some. These are the five I’ve seen at one time. Feel free to cite other instances!

 

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