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Conversion of Former BTW Facilities (Nato Science Partnership Subseries: 1) e-book

Author:

Erhard Geissler,Lajos G. Gazsó,Ernst Buder

Language:

English

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Other

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Social Sciences

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1281 kb

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Rating:

4.4

Publisher:

Springer; 1998 edition (September 30, 1998)

Pages:

222

ISBN:

0792352491

Conversion of Former BTW Facilities (Nato Science Partnership Subseries: 1) e-book

by Erhard Geissler,Lajos G. Gazsó,Ernst Buder


Start by marking Conversion of Former BTW Facilities (Nato . Erhard Geissler, Lajos G. Gazsó. However, conversion of BTW facilities has not been dealt with in the existing, open literature on conversion.

Start by marking Conversion of Former BTW Facilities (Nato Science Partnership Subseries: 1 (closed)) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This is partly due to the fact that BTW programmes to a large degree involve dual-use activities and it is thus difficult to different The development, production, stockpiling and use in war of biological and toxin weapons (BTW) are prohibited by international law.

Authors: Geissler, Erhard, Gazsó, Lajos . Buder, Ernst. Because conversion and other means of cessation of former BTW facilities are not explicitly addressed in the treaties mentioned above the problems involved in conversion ofBTW facilities have thus far only been discussed marginally in the open literature. In times of increased awareness of the danger of biological and toxin warfare (including the increased danger of terrorist use of biological and toxin weapons) it seemed necessary to us to invite experts from different parts of the world to discuss the pros and cons of conversion and the problems involved.

It also became obvious to us that the conversion of former BTW facilities should be discussed with respect to the necessity of peaceful internatioual cooperation in areas related to the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention. An additional reason to discuss matters of peaceful cooperation is that cooperation is explictly requested by Article X of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention.

Because conversion and other means of cessation of former BTW facilities are not explicitly addressed in the treaties mentioned above the problems involved in conversion ofBTW facilities have thus far only been discussed marginally in the open literature.

Ernst Buder Название: Conversion of Former BTW Facilities Издательство . This title discusses general aspects of conversion of BTW facilities and describe the conversion of former facilities in Germany, the UK, USA, Russia, and Kazakhstan.

This title discusses general aspects of conversion of BTW facilities and describe the conversion of former facilities in Germany, the UK, USA, Russia, and Kazakhstan.

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Ernst Buder, Erhard Geissler. by Springer Science and Business Media LLC. in Conversion of Former BTW Facilities. Published: 1 January 1998. Conversion of Former BTW Facilities pp 1-10; doi:10. The publisher has not yet granted permission to display this abstract.

The development, production, stockpiling and use in war of biological and toxin weapons are prohibited by international law. Although not explicitly stated, the two treaties outlawing such activities, the Geneva Protocol of 1925 and the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention of 1972, prohibit the continuation of activities previously performed in Biological and Toxin Weapons facilities not justified for prophylactic, protective or other peaceful purposes. Because conversion and other means of cessation of former BTW facilities are not explicitly addressed in the treaties mentioned above the problems involved in conversion ofBTW facilities have thus far only been discussed marginally in the open literature. In times of increased awareness of the danger of biological and toxin warfare (including the increased danger of terrorist use of biological and toxin weapons) it seemed necessary to us to invite experts from different parts of the world to discuss the pros and cons of conversion and the problems involved. It also became obvious to us that the conversion of former BTW facilities should be discussed with respect to the necessity of peaceful internatioual cooperation in areas related to the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention. An additional reason to discuss matters of peaceful cooperation is that cooperation is explictly requested by Article X of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention.

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