There is some apprehension about the potential for its conversion into a bioweapon
by a terrorist group.
The BND knew in 2000 that I was lying after they talked to my former boss, Dr Bassil Latif, who told them there were no mobile bioweapons
threaten thousands of casualties in addition to other disastrous long-term consequences.
The article's underlying assumptions are twofold: (1) bioweapons
are essentially "unjust" weapons by virtue of their inability to adhere to Just War concepts of proportionality, restraint, and respect for noncombatants; and (2) all weapons systems are subject to the vengeful excesses of their users.
building a bioweapons
plant from commercially available materials to prove "terrorists" can do it;
programs arouse suspicion, undermine the treaty, and could stimulate a new bioweapons
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC, 2001), the four categories of bioweapons
are as follows: (a) bacteria such as plague, anthrax, and tularemia; (b) viruses such as smallpox and viral hemorrhagic fevers; (c) rickettsias such as Q fever; and (d) toxins such as botulinum, ricin, and mycotoxins.
A dramatic increase in classified threat-assessment research is imminent, including the exploration of potential new bioweapons
agents and technologies.
Still other scientists are using data from the human genome project to protect us against bioweapons
He will not revel in actions such as Bolton's needless attacks on the United Nations and sabotaging of its 2001 bioweapons
21 that while the Castro regime has sophisticated technology, there's no evidence to support claims it's working on bioweapons
Regis notes that since President Richard Nixon terminated the United States' bioweapons
program the country has not produced any more bioweapons