Defining the Debate on Controlling Biological WeaponsDownload
This Carnegie Challenge paper outlines the threat presented by biological weapons, considered by some as the most sinister of all weapons of mass destruction. The paper examines the relative ease with which such weapons are manufactured and hidden, the lack of verification and inspection protocols and the emerging debate around how best to control biological weapons.
Citation: Rosenberg, B. Alan. Defining the Debate on Controlling Biological Weapons (Carnegie Corporation of New York, 2001)
International Peace and Security