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by Erhard Geissler

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ISBN:
0198291086
Author:
Erhard Geissler
Category:
Medicine & Health Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Oxford University Press; First edition (October 30, 1986)
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172 pages
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A new generation of vaccines against biological and toxin weapons Erhard Geissler. 6. US military and chemical and biological weapons Alfred Mechtersheimer.

A new generation of vaccines against biological and toxin weapons Erhard Geissler. 5. The fallacy of defensive biological weapon programmes Harlee Strauss and Jonathan King. 7. Verification of the Biological Weapons Convention Raymond A. Zilinskas. 8. Strengthening the Biological Weapons Convention of 1972 Richard Falk. 9. Conclusions and recommendations E. Geissler, F. Blackaby, R. A. Falk, J. King, Kh. Lohs, A. Mechtersheimer, H. Strauss, R. Zilinskas and R. Trapp. Appendix 1. The 1925 Geneva Protocol.

SIPRI And partner publications. Established in 1966, SIPRI provides data, analysis and recommendations, based on open sources.

11. US biological warfare planning and preparedness: the dilemmas of policy (John Ellis van Courtland Moon). 12. Lessons from the history of biological and toxin warfare (Erhard Geissler, John Ellis van Courtland Moon and Graham S. Pearson). SIPRI Chemical & Biological Warfare Studies is a series of studies intended primarily for specialists in the field of CBW arms control and for people engaged in other areas of international relations or security affairs whose work could benefit from a deeper understanding of particular CBW matters.

Erhard Geissler, John Ellis Van Courtland Moon. This interdisciplinary book analyses the origins of biological warfare planning and preparation up to the end of World War II. In the period between World War I and World War II, growing understanding of the propagation of disease lead to the fear that potential enemies might be developing biological weapons. Ultimately, several counries developed major biological warfare programmes during World War II. The relevance of these programmes to contemporary concerns is addressed.

In recent years the potential for the development and use of biological and toxin warfare agents has radically changed. In this book, experts from both East and West discuss these possibilities with special reference to the Biological Weapons Convention.

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Start by marking Biological and Toxin Weapons Today as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. In this book, experts from both East and West discuss the development of these powerful agents of mass destruction as well as the creation of vaccines against them. Paying particular attention to the provisions of the 1975 Biological Weapons Convention, t As genetic engineering and other biotechnologies have developed, so has the potential for biological and toxin warfare.

Biological and Toxin Weapons Today. Strengthening the Biological Weapons Convention by Confidence-Building Measures. Prevention of a Biological and Toxin Arms Race and the Responsibility of Scientists. Berlin 1991 (Co-author). Control of Dual-Threat Agents: The Vaccines for Peace Programme.

Geissler, E. (e. (1986) Biological and Toxin Weapons Today. NATO Science Series (Series 1: Disarmament Technologies), vol 21. Springer, Dordrecht. Oxford University Press, Oxford. Geissler, E. (1990) Strengthening the Biological Weapons Convention by Confidence-Building Measures, SIPRI Chemical and Biological Warfare Studies 10, Oxford University Press. SIPRI Chemical & Biological Warfare Studies 17, Oxford University Press (in press). 17. Committee of Imperial Defence. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press. Australian/Harvard Citation.

JOURNAL NAME: International Journal of Nonferrous Metallurgy, Vo. N., October 30, 2019.

As genetic engineering and other biotechnologies have developed, so has the potential for biological and toxin warfare. In this book, experts from both East and West discuss the development of these powerful agents of mass destruction as well as the creation of vaccines against them. Paying particular attention to the provisions of the 1975 Biological Weapons Convention, this study concludes with policy recommendations designed to strengthen the treaty and prevent the future military use of bioscience discoveries.