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Starr, Barbara. Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction. Jane's Defence Weekly 28:39-41+ Nov 12 '97.
Starr, Barbara. Jane's Interview with Maj Gen George Friel, Commanding General of the US Army Chemical and Biological Defense Command. Jane's Defence Weekly 26:32 Aug 14 '96.
Starr, Barbara. USA Conventionally Challenged by Saddam's Hidden Weapons. Jane's Defence Weekly 28:19 Nov 19 '97.
Terrorists and Rogue Nations Threaten Large Casualty Tolls. Signal 52:38-40 Dec '97.
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Johnson, Stuart E. and Lewis, William H., eds. Weapons of Mass Destruction: New Perspectives on Counterproliferation. Washington, National Defense University Press, 1995. 247p.
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United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Nonproliferation Regimes: Policies to Control the Spread of Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Weapons and Missiles. Report...103 Cong, 1st sess. Washington, GPO, 1993. 74p.
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Bakken, Harold L. Special Operations Forces and Counterproliferation: The Interagency Process at Work. Carlisle Barracks, PA, April 1, 1996. 28p. (U.S. Army War College. Strategy research report)
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Beckman, Randy R. Arms Control and Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction: How Will They Impact U.S. Deterrence in the New World Order?. Carlisle Barracks, PA, 1996 (U.S. Army War College. Strategy research project)
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Sommerville, Mary A., ed. Essays on Strategy XIII. Washington, National Defense University Press, 1996. 333p.
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Collins, Raymond P. Jr. Counterproliferation of Biological Weapons. Monterey, CA, Sep 1995. 59p. (Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.) Thesis)
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Dando, Malcolm. Biological Warfare in the 21st Century: Biotechnology and the Proliferation of Biological Weapons. New York, Brassey's, 1994. 258p.
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Shukman, David. The Most Deadly Weapon of All. Spectator 273:14-17 Nov 26 '94.
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The Whore of Babylon and the Horseman of Plague. Economist 343:79-82 Apr 12 '97.
Wright, Robert. Be Very Afraid. New Republic 212:19-27 May 1 '95.
Wright, Robert. Good Chemistry. New Republic 215:30 Nov 11 '96.
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