October 2001 
Compiled by Bibliography Branch 
Air University Library 
Maxwell AFB, AL


Arms Control
Biological and Chemical Warfare

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Arms Control


Young, Stephen W. Pushing the Limits: the Decision on National Missile Defense. Washington, DC., Coalition to Reduce Nuclear Dangers, 2000. 55 p.
Book call no.: 358.174 Y76p


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, U.S. Army War College, 1996. 26p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 39080-537 B396a

White Paper: China: Arms Control and Disarmament. Beijing, Information Office of the State Council of the People's Republic of China., 1995. 14p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 44311


Advancing the Arms Control Agenda: Pitfalls and Possibilities. Arms Control Today 28:11-19 January-February 1998.
An ACA Panel discussion with Spurgeon M. Keeny, Jr., Jack Mendelsohn, Susan Eisenhower and John Isaacs

Ambassador Richard Butler: Keeping Iraq's Disarmament on Track. Arms Control Today 28:3-7 August-September 1998.

Averre, Derek. Chemical Weapons in Russia: After the CWC. European Security 8:130-164 Winter 1999.

Keeny, Spurgeon M. and others. National Missile Defense, the ABM Treaty and the Future of START II. Arms Control Today 28:3-10 November-December 1998.

Krause, Keith. Conclusions: Security Culture and the Non-Proliferation, Arms Control and Disarmament Agenda. Contemporary Security Policy 19:219-239 April 1998.

Krause, Keith. Cross-Cultural Dimensions of Multilateral Non-Proliferation and Arms Control Dialogues: An Overview. Contemporary Security Policy 19:1-22 April 1998.

Krause, Keith and Latham, Andrew. Constructing Non-Proliferation and Arms Control: The Norms of Western Practice. Contemporary Security Policy 19:23-54 April 1998.

Nagl, John A. Defending Against New Dangers: Arms Control of Weapons of Mass Destruction in a Globalized World. World Affairs 162:158-173 Spring 2000.

Scoblic, J. Peter. Illuminating Global Interests: The UN and Arms Control. Arms Control Today 29:2-8 September/October 1999.
Interview with UN Undersecretary-General Jayantha Dhanapala.

Shoumikhin, Andrei. Current Russian Perspectives on Arms Control and Ballistic Missile Defense. Comparative Strategy 18, no.1:49-57 1999.

Sloss, Leon. Arms Control Needs Overhaul. U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 126:74-77 February 2000.

Thakur, Ramesh. Non-Compliance: Who Decides, What to Do? Australian Journal of International Affairs 53:71-81 April 1999.

van Moyland, Suzanna and Clark, Roger. The Paper Trail The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 54:26-29 July-August 1998.

Ventor, Al J. Interview with Scott Ritter, Former Inspector, UN Special Commission. Jane's Defence Weekly 30:32 October 14, 1998.

Woolf, Amy F. Nuclear Weapons in Russia: Safety, Security, and Control Issues. Current Politics and Economics of Russia, Eastern and Central Europe, No. 4, 12:215-230 1999.


Biological and Chemical Warfare


Chemical and Biological Warfare, edited by Brian Solomon. New York, H. W. Wilson, 1999. (Reference shelf, v. 71, no. 3)
Essays on topics relating to CBW.
Book call no.: 808.5 R332 v. 71, no. 3

Chemical and Biological Weapons Defense. Washington, GPO, 1998. 86p.
Book call no.: 341.735 U582

Cole, Leonard A. The Eleventh Plague: The Politics of Biological and Chemical Warfare. New York, W. H. Freeman, 1997. 284 p.
Book call no.: 358.3 C689e

Croddy, Eric. Chemical and Biological Warfare: An Annotated Bibliography.. Lanham, MD, Scarecrow Press , 1997. 429p.
Book call no.: 016.358 C938c

Medical Aspects of Chemical and Biological Warfare, edited by Frederick R. Sidell. Washington, Walter Reed Medical Center, 1997. 721 p.
Anthrax, by Arthur M. Friedlander, pp 47-475.
Book call no.: 616.98023 M4891 CPC Reserve

Norris, John and Fowler, Will. NBC: Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Warfare on the Modern Battlefield. Herndon, VA, Brassey's, 1997. 112p.
Book call no.: 358.3 N856n

Rettig, Richard A. Military Use of Drugs Not Yet Approved by the FDA for CW/BW Defense: Lessons from the Gulf War.. Santa Monica, CA, Rand, 1999. 102 p.
Also available online at:
Book call no.: 616.98023 R439m


Dankert, John R. Development of Decontamination Compounds for Therapeutic Use on Chemical Threat Agent Wounds. Fort Detrick, MD, U.S. Army Medical Research and Material Command, 1997. 29p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 44302

Kraft, James Earl Jr. U.S. Military Role in Countering the Biological and Chemical Warfare Threat: Attacking the Enemy's Will. Newport, RI, Naval War College, 1998. 23p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 41662 K891u

Tueller, John. Biological Warfare Defense: Should the Operational Commander Worry?. Newport, RI, Naval War College, 1998. 27 p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 41662 T913b

U.S. Army Dugway Proving Ground. Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical (NBC) Contamination Survivability, Small Items Equipment. Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, 1998. 1 vol.
Doc. call no.: M-U 32028-38

United States. Department of Defense. Department of Defense Nuclear/Biological/Chemical (NBC) Warfare Defense: Annual Report to Congress. Washington, 1998. 1 vol.
Doc. call no.: M-U 42214-133

United States. General Accounting Office. Chemcial and Biological Defense: DOD's Evalustion of Improved Garment Materials. Washington, GAO, 1998. 18p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 41026-147 no.98-214

United States. General Accounting Office. Chemical and Biological Defense: Observations on DOD's Plans to Protection U.S. Forces. Washington, D.C., 1998. 12p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 41026-147 no.98-83


Bombs, Gas, and Microbes.
The Economist 347:23-25 June 6, 1998.

Boyne, Sean. Iraq's MIO (Military Industrialisation Organisation): Ministry of Missing Weapons. Jane's Intelligence Review 10:23-25 March 1998.

Burgess, Lisa. Initiative Expands Guard's Role in Bio-Chem Defense. Army Times 58:23 April 6 1998.

Calder, Peter. The Changing Nature of NBC Defence. Australian Defence Force Journal no.130:55-59 May-June 1998.

Cameron, Gavin. Multi-Track Microproliferation: Lessons from Aum Shinrikyo and Al Qaida Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 22:277-309 October-December 1999.

CBW (Chemical aand Biological Warfare) Threat & Protection: Where Do We Stand? Military Technology 22:25-26 May 1998.
Interview with Ake Bovallius, Chairman of the 6th CBW Protection Symposium

Chemical, Biological Defense Program Runs 'Hot & Cold'. National Defense 84:31-32 September 1999.

Cohen, William S. Cohen: Operation TAILWIND Allegations Scrutinized; Investigation Yields Nothing to Substantiate Charges. Defense Issues 13, issue 46:1-10 1998.
Briefing in Washington, D.C. Jul 21, 1998.

Cragin, Charles L. Cragin: Guard, Reserves Role Essential as U.S. Prepares Response to WMD (Weapons of Mass Destruction) Threat. Defense Issues 13, issue 45:1-6 1998.
Remarks at the Reserve Officers Association National Convention, Boston, MA, Jul 2, 1998

Cragin, Charles L. Defense Week WMD (Weapons of Mass Destruction) & Domestic Preparedness Conference. Defense Issues 13:1-7 October 15, 1998.

Eash, Joseph. USMC + ACTD (Advanced Concept Technology Demonstration) = Innovation. Marine Corps Gazette 83:23-24 January 1999.

Eppright, Charles T. U.S. as a "Hot Zone": The Necessity for Medical Defense. Armed Forces & Society 25:37-58 Fall 1998.

Erwin, Sandra. U.S. Needs Non-Nuclear Deterrence. National Defense 83:28-29 May-June 1999.

Erwin, Sandra I. Billion-Dollar Boost Abets Bio-Chem Shopping Spree: Pentagon Seeks Chemical Detectors, Protective Clothing, Warning Networks. National Defense 83:27-29 September 1998.

Funk, Deborah. Gulf War Ailments Linked to Geography, Gender. Air Force Times 60:22

Funk, Deborah. Senate Panel Sees "Readiness Shortfalls": U.S. Ill-Prepared for Chemical, Biological Warfare, Report Says. Air Force Times 59:12 September 21, 1998.

Hamre, John J. Changing Role of the National Guard. Defense Issues 13, issue 19:1-5 1998.
Remarks to the Adjutant Generals Association of the United States, Washington, D.C., Feb 3, 1998

Hamre, John J. Hamre: Counterproliferation Efforts Must Include Defense Against Cyberattacks, WMD (Weapons of Mass Destruction). Defense Issues 13, issue 44:1-6 1998.
Remarks at the NATO Workshop, Vienna, Austria, Jun 22, 1998.

Hewish, Mark and Lok, Joris Janssen. Air Forces Face Up to NBC Reality. Jane's International Defense Review 31:47-49+ May 1998.

Holmes, H. Allen. Domestic Preparedness: U.S. Responses Need Tuning. Defense Issues 13:1-8 1998.
Prepared statement to the Strategic Forces Subcommittee, Senate Armed Services Cpmmittee, Mar 26, 1998

Holmes, James. The Puzzling Failure of America's Counter Proliferation Policy in the Middle East. Strategic Review 27:39-50 Fall 1999.

Landersman, Stuart D. Sulfur, Serpemts, and Sarin. U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 124:42-43 August 1998.

Lee, Deborah. Integration of Reserve Components Responds to New Threat. Defense Issues 13:1-6 1998.

Matthews William. Reserves Could Help Against Somestic Terrorism: But Equipment Found Lacking for Detecting Chemical Agents. Air Force Times 59:20 March 29 1999.

Maze, Rick. New Terrorist Teams in Guard. Navy Times 47:20 March 23 1998.

Morris, Jason L. The Writing on the Wall. U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 124:24-27 November 1998.

Our Jobs: In Chemical and Biological Defense. RUSI Journal 144:7-16 December 1999.
Interview with John Millen, Director of Chemical and Biological Weapons Policy and Paul Taylor, Director of Porton Down.

Poor's Man Nukes. Air Force Magazine 81:46-51 March 1998.

Post, Jerrold and Sprinzak, Ehud. Searching for Answers: Why Haven't Terrorist Used Weapons of Mass Destruction? Armed Forces Journal International 135:16-17 April 1998

Roberts, Guy B. Reality Check: NATO's Ambitious Response to the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction. Airpower Journal 11:77-93 Fall 1997.

Roos, John G. WMD (Weapons of Mass Destruction) Defense: Sensor Proliferation and Networking are Keys to Future Chemical and Biological Defense Programs. Armed Forces Journal International 135:36-41 May 1998.

Sagan, Scott D. The Commitment Trap: Why the United States Shoud Not Use Nuclear Threats to Deter Biological and Chemical Weapons Attacks. International Security 24:85-115 Spring 2000.
Advocates the use of conventional retaliation.

Shelton, Raymond S. No Democracy Can Feel Secure (From Biological Warfare) U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 124:39-44 August 1998.

Sheppard, Ben. Ballistic Missile Proliferation and the Geopolitics of Terror. Jane's Intelligence Review 10:40-44 December 1998.

Sherman, Jason. Consequential Force: With Capabilities Like These, it's No Wonder the Marine Corps Commandant Wants the CBIRF (Chemical-Biological Incident Response Force) Closer to Home. Armed Forces Journal International 137:34-36 January 2000.

Sinai, Joshua. Ghadaffi's Libya: The Patient Proliferator. Jane's Intelligence Review 10:27-30 December 1998.

Spiers, Edward M. NBC - Limiting the Scope for Combined Warfare? Defense Analysis 14:29-40 April 1998.

Starr, Barbara. Invertebrates: A New Form of CB Agent Detection? Jane's Defence Weekly 29:10 April 8 1998.

Starr, Barbara. Saddam Brings USA Face-to-Face with Asymmetric Warfare. Jane's Defence Weekly 29:19 February 11 1998.

Timmerman, John L. NBC Defense Force Structure for the Marine Corps. Marine Corps Gazette 82:45-46 May 1998.

Tucker, Jonathan. Chemical and Biological Terrorism: How Real a Threat? Current History 99:147-153 April 2000.

Wolfe, Colleen. Guarding the Homeland (From Weapons of Mass Destruction). National Guard 52:16-19 May 1998.


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