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Biological Weapons and the Biological Weapons Convention: The History of the Prohibition Regime

Paper n.3 of the Review Series on Policy, Ethics and Security Aspects
By Malcolm Dando

The third paper of the EUBARnet Review Series on Policy, Ethics and Security Aspects is by Prof. Malcolm Dando, expert of the Network and Professor at the University of Bradford in the UK. The paper presents a short history of the prevention regime on the misuse of life sciences and biotechnologies. In particular it addresses the International treaties on the topic, primarily the Biological Weapons Convention.

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Biological Weapons and the Biological Weapons Convention: History of Misuse and Assimilation into Security Apparatus

Paper n.2 of the Review Series on Policy, Ethics and Security Aspects
By Malcolm Dando

The second paper of the EUBARnet Review Series on Policy, Ethics and Security Aspects is by Prof. Malcolm Dando, expert of the Network and Professor at the University of Bradford in the UK. The paper it’s a brief overview on history of misuse of life sciences and comments on the assimilation of biological weapons into security and military apparatus.

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