The Chemical Industry and the Projected Chemical Weapons Convention: Proceedings of a SIPRI/Pugwash Conference, Volume 1
Stockholm International Peace Research Institute by Oxford University Press, 1986 - Law - 168 pages
Thirty specialists from different chemical industries, chemical warfare laboratories, and the Geneva negotiating forum, here confer on the problems associated with a comprehensive chemical warfare disarmament treaty.
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