But HJS's Associate Fellow Dr Bellamy van Aalst, a former EU and NATO bio-defense consultant, warned against complacency, in light of the relative availability of already-weaponized and readily-deployable biological weapons
For the biological weapons
office, this means analyzing and understanding the 1972 Biological and Toxins Weapons Convention and the 1925 Geneva Protocol.
THE ARMS CONTROL APPROACH: THE BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS CONVENTION AND ITS PROTOCOL
Unlike nuclear weapons, which destroy everything in the target area, biological weapons
leave infrastructure intact.
Smith considers the possibility that military policy in regard to biological weapons
and defence against them could have been formed in the post-Second World War world on the basis of a realist appreciation of the potential and the danger of such weapons.
All things considered, The Soviet Biological Weapons
Program is relevant and worthwhile to the Air Force community.
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Such contributions are necessary if the UN is to be able to transform the ambitious political goals of international agreements to counter the use of biological weapons
into concrete results.
More than 167 nations have signed the United Nations Biological Weapons
The Biological Weapons
Convention prohibits the development, production,
The visit comes to participate in the 2010 Biological Weapons
Convention (BWC) Meeting of Experts that will be held at the United Nations Office at Geneva from 23 to 27 August.
Despite the continued utility of the "strategy of arms control," we argue in this article that the international community is constructing an ill-considered and potentially dangerous biological weapons
taboo that rebukes its fundamental logic.