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Project Sandstone 3: On the Trail of the Tae Yang: AIS Spoofing and North Korean Coal SmugglingCatherine Dill, Cameron Trainer, Joseph Byrne, Gary Somerville and James Byrne
Other Publications, 26 June 2019
Project Sandstone, Proliferation and Nuclear Policy, North Korea, Global Security Issues, Proliferation and Nuclear Policy
The third in the series published under RUSI’s Project Sandstone, this report uncovers a series of identites used by the Tae Yang to mask its activity.
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