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Potential for Use by Terrorists of Binary Weapons 81
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Affairs and National Atomic Energy Act Atomic Energy Agency binary chemical weapons Binary munitions binary production binary technology binary weapons biological weapons Biological Weapons Convention bomb Brad Roberts casualties CBR terrorism CBR weapons CBW proliferation chemical agents chemical and biological chemical terrorism chemical warfare capability chemical weapons production chemical weapons proliferation control of atomic conventional countries deterrent Disarmament effect exist facilities factors Foreign Affairs further spread high technology terrorism IAEA safeguards Ibid International Atomic Energy international control Jenkins Kupperman mass destruction military utility munitions negotiations nerve agents non-nuclear weapons nuclear explosive device nuclear exports nuclear non-proliferation regime nuclear terrorism nuclear weapons perceptions political potential problem production of binary rate and character reprocessing require Robert Kupperman safeguards agreement Senior Specialist significant special nuclear material stockpile terrorists Third World threat treaty Treaty of Tlatelolco U.S. actions U.S. binary U.S. chemical U.S. production unitary weapons United Nations weapons of mass