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  • This occasional paper explores the issue of defining "weapons of mass destruction."

    Defining “Weapons of Mass Destruction”

    This occasional paper explores the issue of defining "weapons of mass destruction."

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  • The United States signed the Chemical Weapons Convention in January 1993, but the U.S. Senate did not ratify the treaty until April 1997.

    WMD Case Study 4

    The United States signed the Chemical Weapons Convention in January 1993, but the U.S. Senate did not ratify the treaty until April 1997.

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  • On November 25, 1969,  President Richard Nixon announced the end of the U.S. offensive biological weapons program.

    WMD Case Study 1

    On November 25, 1969, President Richard Nixon announced the end of the U.S. offensive biological weapons program.

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  • This paper offers some educated guesses about how rational actors might view the future utility of chemical weapons.

    Future Foreign Perceptions of Chemical Weapons Utility

    This paper offers some educated guesses about how rational actors might view the future utility of chemical weapons.

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  • The dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991 gave rise to concerns over the future security of the Soviet nuclear arsenal.

    WMD Case Study 3

    The dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991 gave rise to concerns over the future security of the Soviet nuclear arsenal.

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