Dr. Scott A. Jones
SCOTT A. JONES is Director of Export Control Programs at the Center for International Trade and Security at The University of Georgia. Upon completing his MA, Dr. Jones took a year-long position at the Delegation of the Commission for the EU in Washington, DC. Subsequently, Mr. Jones worked for Los Alamos National Laboratory on a Department of Energy/Los Alamos program that assisted the former Soviet Republics in export control development. His areas of specialization include foreign and security policy of the states of the former Soviet Union, Ukraine, export control developments in the European Union, and conventional arms transfers. In addition, he has briefed government officials from Russia, Ukraine, the Caucasus states, the United States, and Europe on export control and security-related issues. He has received research and travel grants from the United States Institute of Peace, the National Research Council, the W. Alton Jones Foundation, and other foundations. Dr. Jones is the author of The Evolution of the Ukrainian Export Control System: State Building and International Cooperation (London: Ashgate, 2002). He is also a contributor to Arms on the Market: Reducing the Risk of Proliferation in the Former Soviet Union (New York: Routledge Press, 1998) and a co-editor of and contributor to Crossroads and Conflict: Security and Foreign Policy in the Caucasus and Central Asia (New York: Routledge Press, 1999). He has published articles in Arms Exports (in Russian), The Middle East Review, Contemporary Security Policy, Defense News, Jane’s Intelligence Review, East Asian Review, The Nonproliferation Review, The Monitor: International Perspectives on Nonproliferation Nuclear Control (in Russian). Dr. Jones received his BA and Ph.D. in political science and philosophy at the University of Georgia and a MA at Lancaster University in the UK.
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SSI books and monographs by Dr. Scott A. Jones
October 01, 2004
Authored by Dr. Scott A. Jones.
How countries in the Asia region respond to the relentlessly changing nature of the proliferation challenge will affect profoundly the shape of global security for many years to come. In many instances, the countries of the region are major transshipment and assembly points for critical strategic dual-use goods and technologies. This monograph examines the current state of export control system development in the greater Asia region, with particular emphasis on the economic and security environment in which these systems operate.