Doomsday Weapons in the Hands of Many: The Arms Control Challenge of the '90s

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University of Illinois Press, 1991 - Biological arms control. - 158 pages
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Addresses the dangerous worldwide proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and suggests options for future arms control policies
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Hard to Develop?
8
Some Examples
17
Nuclear Nonproliferation Policies
37
Easy to Make Hard to Detect
50
Who Has Chemical Weapons and Why
58
Policies to Control Chemical Weapons
68
Biological and Toxin Agents
82
Hard to Develop?
96
Who and Why?
105
Conclusion
136
Convention on the Prohibition of the Development
149
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