An End to Chemical and Biological Weapons?
International concern about chemical and biological weapons has switched from US-Soviet competative programmes since the agreement of both sides to destroy completely their chemical weapons stocks. Instead, the discovery of significant Iraqi chemical, biological and nuclear weapons industries has increased international concern about proliferation in this more unpredictable government system. This publication looks at the issues involved.
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