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The Eleventh Plague: The Politics of Biological and Chemical Warfare (edition 1997)

by Leonard A. Cole (Author)

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Title:The Eleventh Plague: The Politics of Biological and Chemical Warfare
Authors:Leonard A. Cole (Author)
Info:New York : W.H. Freeman, c1997.
Collections:Your library, Wikler, Wikler Office, Wikler Office - North Bookshelf, Accountability, Action Theory, Anticipatory Offenses, Anxiety, Bioethics, Biological Warfare, Biotechnology, Calculation, Cold War, Deterrence, Ecological Risks, Environmental Stewardship, Ethics, Evil, Global Health, Government, Restraint, Terrorism, Violence, War, War Research
Tags:Wikler, Wikler 208, Wikler Office, Wikler Office - North Bookshelf, ethical theory, 1997

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This book is a scientific and political primer on a grim subject: biological and chemical warfare. The Eleventh Plague describes what biological and chemical weapons are, and what their effects can be; how they have been developed and tested; and what treaties and political strategies, if any, can lessen the danger from rogue nations and terrorists. The emergence in recent years of so-called 'outlaw nations' like Iraq, Libya and North Korea, not to mention the brutal fanaticism behind terrorist attacks in Israel, Paris, London and Tokyo make this a very timely book.

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