Air University Library Publications

NUCLEAR BIOLOGICAL CHEMICAL

January 1998


PART EIGHT

CONTENTS


OPERATION DESERT STORM



PERIODICALS

Adde, Nick. Powell: Protecting Troops Was Top Concern: "I Would Have Wanted Everybody to Know About" Chemical Arms. Air Force Times 57:26 Apr 28 '97.

Arkin, William M. Calculated Ambiguity: Nuclear Weapons and the Gulf War. Washington Quarterly 19:3-18 Autumn '96.

Cary, Peter and Tharp, Mike. The Gulf War's Grave Aura. U.S. News & World Report 121:33-34 Jul 8 '96.

Diamond, John. Prober (Jonathan Tucker): Iraq Used Chemical Weapons--He Outlines 'Considerable Evidence' for Panel. Air Force Times 57:20 May 26 '97.

Funk, Deborah. 100,000 May Have Been Exposed. 53:17 Aug 4 '97.

Funk, Deborah. Officials Study New Claims of Gulf Chemicals. Air Force Times 58:6 Aug 11 '97.

Funk, Deborah. Pentagon Got an "Unfair Rap". Air Force Times 58:20 Oct 13 '97.

Funk, Deborah. "Sick Veterans and Questions Remain": Permanent Plan is Urged to Review Ailment Claims. Air Force Times 58:20 Oct 6 '97.

Garrity, Patrick J. Implications of the Persian Gulf War for Regional Powers. The Washington Quarterly 16:171-184 '92.

Hawkins, B. Denise. Pentagon Plans Wider Gulf-Illness Probe. Air Force Times 57:8 Oct 14 '96.

Hawkins, B. Denise. Symptoms Link Vets to (Iraqi) Chemical Site. Air Force Times 57:18 Feb 10 '97.

Hawkins, B. Denise. "Wrenching Decision": Schwarzkopf Denies Putting Troops at Risk. Air Force Times 57:16 Feb 17 '97.

Pexton, Patrick. Vets Rise From the Depths of Illness (Five Years After Operation Desert Storm). Air Force Times 57:19-22 Nov 25 '95.

Pexton, Patrick. Whole Truth and Nothing But? Analysts Claim a Cover-up; CIA Denies Charges. Air Force Times 57:18-19 Nov 18 '96.

Starr, Barbara. Gulf Syndrome: New Evidence Emerges. Jane's Defence Weekly 26:31-32 Oct 16 '96.

Weible, Jack. Detection Vehicle is Tied to Faulty Chemical Reading. Air Force Times 57:25 Jun 16 '97.

Weible, Jack. Exposure Unlikely at Al Jubayl, Probe Finds. Air Force Times 58:10 Aug 25 '97.

Weible, Jack. Researcher: Pentagon Knew Gases Could Spread. Air Force Times 58:10 Aug 25 '97.

Weible, Jack. "Treatment Should Be the Priority and It's Not". Air Force Times 57:20 Jul 14 '97.

Wilson, George C. Narrative on Chemicals is Released. Air Force Times 57:14 Mar 10 '97.

Wilson, George C. Panel Urged to Reassess Gulf Illnesses. Air Force Times 57:21 Jul 7 '97.

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PROLIFERATION



PERIODICALS

Carus, W. Seth. Proliferation and Security in Southwest Asia. The Washington Quarterly 17:129-139 Spring '94.

Christopher, Warren. Investing in American Leadership: Making a Safer, Better, Freer World. Vital Speeches 63:228-231 Feb 1 '97.

Christopher, Warren. Non-Proliferation: A Strategic Priority. U.S. Department of State Dispatch 5:183-184 Apr 4 '94.

Clarke, Richard A. A Multi-Faceted Approach to Non-Proliferation. U.S. Department of State Dispatch 2:333-336 May 6 '91.

Clinton, William J. Executive Order 12868: Measures to Restrict the Participation by United States Persons in Weapons Proliferation Activities. Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents 29:1935-1936 Oct 4 '93.

Clinton, William J. Executive Order 12938: Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction. Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents 30:2386-2389 Nov 21 '94.

Clinton, William J. Letter to Congressional Leaders on the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction. Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents 30:2389-2390 Nov 21 '94.

Clinton, William J. Message to the Congress in Restriction of Weapons Proliferation Activities. Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents 29:1936 Oct 4 '93.

Clinton, William J. Message to the Congress on Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction. Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents 31:853-855 May 22 '95.

Clinton, William J. Message to the Congress on the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction. Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents 31:257-258 Feb 20 '95.

Clinton, William J. Message to the Congress Transmitting a Report on the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction. Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents 33:644 May 12 '97.

Clinton, William J. Notice-Continuance of Emergency Regarding Weapons of Mass Destruction. Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents 31:1991 Nov 13 '95.

Gebhard, Paul R. S. Not By Diplomacy or Defense Alone: The Role of Regional Security Strategies in U.S. Proliferation Policy. Washington Quarterly 18:167-179 Winter '95.

Joseph, Robert G. Impact of NBC Proliferation on Doctrine and Operations. Joint Force Quarterly No.13:74-80 Autumn '96.

Kahan, Jerome H. Regional Deterrence Strategies for New Proliferation Threats. Strategic Forum No.70:1-4 Apr '96.

Karp, Aaron. The Demise of the Middle East Arms Race. Washington Quarterly 18:29-51 Autumn '95.

Lake, Anthony. A Year of Decision: Arms Control and Non-Proliferation in 1995. U.S. Department of State Dispatch 6:67-70 Feb 6 '95.

Lancaster, John. Aspin Pledges New Military Efforts to Counter Weapons Proliferation. The Washington Post 117:A7 Dec 8 '93.

Non-Proliferation Efforts Bolstered. U.S. Department of State Dispatch 3:569-571 Jul 20 '92.

Payne, Keith B. Post-Cold War Deterrence and Missile Defense. Orbis 39:201-223 Spring '95.

Ritcheson, Philip L. Proliferation and the Challenge to Deterrence. Strategic Review 23:38-48 Spring '95.

Russian Foreign Intelligence Service, Report on the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction, Moscow, 1993 (Excerpts). Journal of Palestine Studies 22:135-140 Summer '93.

Stanching Global Weapons Proliferation Based on DOD Report "Proliferation: Threat and Response", April 1996. Defense No. 4:38-51 1996.

Starr, Barbara. Woolsey Tackles Proliferation as the Problem Gets Worse. Jane's Defence Weekly 22:23 Nov 13 '94.

Taewoo, Kim. South Korean Patience Wearing Thin. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 51:3+ Sep-Oct '95.

Zannier, Lamberto. The Proliferation of Weapons and Expertise: NATO Helps Tackle the Problem. NATO Review 40:26-30 Aug '92.

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TERRORISM



DOCUMENTS

Birdsong, George M. (Col, USA). Weapons of Mass Destruction: Terrorist Use and the State of Domestic Response . Carlisle Barracks, PA, 1997. 22p. (U.S. Army War College. Strategy research project.)
Doc. call no.: M-U 39080-537 B618w

Campbell, James K. (CDR, USN). Weapons of Mass Destruction and Terrorism: Proliferation by Non-State Actors. Monterey, CA, December 1996. 333p. (Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.) Thesis)
Doc. call no.: M-U 42525 C1883w

Counterproliferation Program Review Committee. Report on Activities and Programs for Countering Proliferation and NBC Terrorism. Washington, Counterproliferation Program Review Committee, 1997. 1 vol.
Doc. call no.: M-U 44242 1997 May

Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service. Weapons of Mass Destruction: New Terrorist Threat?. by Zachary S. Davis. Washington, 1997. 9p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 42953-1 no.97-75 ENR


PERIODICALS

McMahon, K. Scott. Unconventional Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Weapons Delivery Methods: Whither the "Smuggled Bomb". Comparative Strategy 15:123-134 Apr-Jun '96.

Mercier, Charles L. Jr. (Col, USAR). Terrorists, WMD (Weapons of Mass Destruction), and the US Army Reserve. Parameters 27:98-118 Autumn '97.

Sanz, Timothy L. Nuclear Terrorism: Published Literature Since 1992. Military Review 77:139-148 Jul-Aug '97.

Sanz, Timothy L. Nuclear Terrorism: Published Literature Since 1992. Military Review 77:139-148 Jul-Aug '97.

Seiple, Chris (Capt, USMC). Consequence Management: Domestic Response to Weapons of Mass Destruction. Parameters 27:119-134 Autumn '97.

Taylor, Robert. All Fall Down (Bioterrorists). New Scientist 150:32-37 May 11 '96.

Terrorists and Rogue Nations Threaten Large Casualty Tolls. Signal 52:38-40 Dec '97.

Waller, Douglas. The CIA's New Spies. Newsweek 121:30-32 Apr 12 '93.

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