Category Archives: Biological Weapons

What about Egypt’s WMD?

By Nik Gebben If Egypt’s political future remains uncertain, its nonproliferation future is even more so. The only known quantity on this issue is former IAEA Director-General Mohamed ElBaradei, who could potentially help steer Cairo in a stronger direction on nonproliferation.  … Continue reading

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Separating Fact from Bush Administration Fiction About Iraq’s Suspected WMD (Again)

By Daryl G. Kimball As he pushes sales of his memoir, George W. Bush’s former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld is trying, once again, to spin the facts about the “knowns” and the “unknowns” about Iraq’s suspected nuclear, chemical, biological … Continue reading

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Unanticipated Benefits of Arms Control

By ACA Intern Matt Sugrue A recently published “proof of concept” by a joint USAMRIID (U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Disease) and AVI BioPharma team shows the possibility for developing a vaccine against the Marburg and Ebola filoviruses. … Continue reading

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