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The Future of Biological. has been added to your Cart. This volume brings to readers of the Washington Papers a clear and authoritative statement by a uniquely qualified diplomat working to bring weapons of mass destruction under effective international control

The Future of Biological. This volume brings to readers of the Washington Papers a clear and authoritative statement by a uniquely qualified diplomat working to bring weapons of mass destruction under effective international control. Drawing on his experience as the Netherlands representative at conferences on both chemical and biological weapons, he points to work still needed to create a strong, verifiable Biological Weapons Convention. This is essential reading for anyone desiring a better understanding of the issues involved.

Ter Haar discusses the Biological Weapons Convention of 1972, which did not categorically prohibit activities leading to biological weapons and failed to provide confidence-building measures and allegation procedures.

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Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more. Subjects. Convention on the Prohibition of Development, Production, and Stockpiling of Bacteriological (Biological) and Toxin Weapons and on Their Destruction (1972). Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production, and Stockpiling of Bacteriological (Biological) and Toxin Weapons and on Their Destruction (1972).

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The Biological Weapons Convention was signed by the three depositary .

The Biological Weapons Convention was signed by the three depositary countries-Russia, Great Britain and the United States-in 1972 and entered into force in 1975. The announcement by the Nixon administration in 1969 that the US would unilaterally renounce the use of biological weapons and discontinue its biological weapons program provided an impetus towards the establishment of the treaty. According to The Future of Biological Weapons Revisited, by Koos van der Bruggen and Barend ter Haar, the lack of a verification protocol is only one issue plaguing the BWC. Other concerns about enforcing compliance remain.

The Biological Weapons Anti-Terrorism Act of 1989 (BWATA, Pu. 101–298, enacted May 22, 1990) was a piece of . legislation that was passed into law in 1990. It provided for the implementation of the Biological Weapons Convention as well as criminal penalties for violation of its provisions. The law was amended in 1996 and has been used to prosecute several individuals.

by Barend J. Ter Haar. Select Format: Hardcover. The know-how and materials required to produce biological warfare agents are the same as those required for medical and veterinary products; biological warfare technology is quickly spreading across the globe. In this new study, Barend ter Haar argues that a policy of nonproliferation might slow down the current trend toward worldwide deployment of biological weapons, but it is ultimately doomed without a strengthened ban on them.

The know-how and materials required to produce biological warfare agents are the same as those required for medical and veterinary products; biological warfare technology is quickly spreading across the globe. In this new study, Barend ter Haar argues that a policy of nonproliferation might slow down the current trend toward worldwide deployment of biological weapons, but it is ultimately doomed without a strengthened ban on them.

Ter Haar discusses the Biological Weapons Convention of 1972, which did not categorically prohibit activities leading to biological weapons and failed to provide confidence-building measures and allegation procedures. He evaluates the confidence measures added in the 1986 Second Review Conference, and demonstrates how they were neglected by some countries. Ter Haar concludes that the Convention measures are almost unverifiable and proposes a stronger, universal ban that includes improved procedures, regular consultative meetings, extended information exchange restrictions, routine verification, challenge inspections, and other measures. This study is an important resource for professionals, students, and scholars of diplomacy, disarmament, international relations, and the protection of the environment.


The Future of Biological Weapons (Washington Papers (Hardcover)) download epub
Military
Author: Barend ter Haar
ISBN: 0275941000
Category: History
Subcategory: Military
Language: English
Publisher: Praeger (June 19, 1991)
Pages: 216 pages