NUCLEAR BIOLOGICAL CHEMICAL


October 2001 
Compiled by Sandhya Malladi, Bibliographer 
Air University Library 
Maxwell AFB, AL


Contents

Biological Warfare
Biological Weapons


Biological Warfare

Documents

U.S. Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine. Biological Warfare Agents as Potable Water Threats. Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, 1998. 1 vol.
Doc. call no.: M-U 44308

Wolf, William T. Domestic Biological Counter-Terrorism Policy: Are We Doing Enough?. Carlisle Barracks, PA, U. S. Army War College, 1999. 38 p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 39080-537 W855d

Periodicals

America the Unready. Economist 354:34 January 22, 2000.
Biowarfare could be the worst terrorist threat of all.

Beal, Clifford. Biological Warfare Defence: Facing the Invisible Enemy. Jane's Defence Weekly 30:23-26 November 4, 1998.
The US and UK are accelerating counters to BW.

Bender, Bryan. DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) Seeks Radical Bacteria Detectors. Jane's Defence Weekly 30:8 August 26, 1998.

Bombs, Gas, and Microbes: The Desperate Efforts to Block the Road to Doomsday. The Economist 347:23-25 June 6, 1998.

Hewish, Mark. On Alert Against the Bio Agents: Tactical Biological-Agent Detection Approaches Reality. Jane's International Defense Review 31:53-57 November 1998.

Larsen, Randall J. and Kadlec, Robert P. Biological Warfare: A Silent Threat to America's Defense Transportation System. Strategic Review 26:5-10 Spring 1998.

Roberts, Brad and Pearson, Graham S. Bursting the Biological Bubble: How Prepared Are We For Biowar? Jane's International Defense Review 31:21-24 April 1998.

Venter, Al J. Biological Warfare: The Poor Man's Atomic Bomb. Jane's Intelligence Review 11:42-47 March 1999.
The threat of biological warfare from mid to small sized nations is on the increase.

Venter, Al J. Invisible Threat: What Does Russia Have Up Its Biological Warfare Sleeve? Jane's International Defense Review, 25-28, September 1998.

Venter, Al J. Spectre of Biowar Remains. Jane's Defence Weekly 31:22-23 April 28, 1999.
Frightening facts revealed by Ken Alibek, the most senior defector from the former USSR's biological warfare programme.

Ventor, Al. Biological Warfare: The Poor Man's Atomic Bomb. Jane's Intelligence Review 11:42-47 March 1999.


Biological Weapons


Books

Biological Weapons: Limiting the Threat, edited by Joshua Lederberg. Cambridge, MA, MIT Press, 1999. 351 p.
Book call no.: 327.1745 B6151

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

Zilinskas, Raymond A. Biological Warfare: Modern Offense and Defense. Boulder, CO, Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2000. 309 p.
Book call no.: 327.1745 B615

Documents

Diggs, D. G. Weapons of Mass Destruction a Network-Centered Threat. Newport, RI, Naval War College, 1998. 20p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 41662 D573w

Huizenga, Thomas D. Biological Weapons: Implications for the Operational Commander. Newport, RI, Naval War College, 1998. 19p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 41662 H911b

Klemick, Michael T. Can Iraq Be Deterred From Using Weapons of Mass Destruction?. Monterey, CA, Naval Postgraduate School, 1997. 84p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 42525 K641c

Lewis, James H. III. Handshake With the Dragon: Engaging China in the Biological Weapons Convention. Monterey, CA, Naval Post Graduate School, 1998. 112p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 42525 L674h

Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service. Iraqi Chemical & Biological Weapons (CBW) Capabilities, prepared by Steve Bowman. Washington, 1998. 5p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 42953-1 no.98-129F

Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service. Nuclear, Biological, Chemical and Missile Proliferation Sanctions: Selected Current Law, prepared by Dianne E. Rennack. Washington, D.C., 1998. 21p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 42953-1 no.98-116F

United States. Department of Defense. The Militarily Critical Technologies List. Washington, 1998. 1 vol.
Doc. call no.: M-U 42214-88 Feb 1998 pt 2

Periodicals

Balmer, Brian. The Drift of Biological Weapons Policy in the UK 1945-1965. The Journal of Strategic Studies 20:115-145 December 1997.

Barnaby, Wendy. Biological Weapons: An Increasing Threat. Medicine, Conflict and Survival 13:301-313 October-December 1997.

Bermudez, Joseph S. Jr. Exposing the North Korean BW (Biological Warfare) Arsenal. Jane's Intelligence Review 10:28-29 August 1998.

Birenzvige, Amnon. Acquisition of Chemical and Biological Equipment. Army RD&A40-43 March-April 1998.

Chittaranjan, Kalpana. Biological Weapons: An Insidious WMD (weapon of mass destruction). Strategic Analysis 22:1427-1443 December 1998.
Includes use - past, present and alleged.

Cohen, William S. NATO at 50: New Challenges in a New Age. Defense Issues 13, issue 17:1-7 1998.
Remarks at the Munich Conference on Security Policy, Munich, Germany, Feb 8, 1998.

Cohen, William S. WMD (Weapons of Mass Destruction) Poses Top-Priority Threat to America. Defense Issues 13, issue 16:1-4 1998.
Remarks to the National Press Club, Washington, Mar 17, 1998

Diab, M. Zuhair. Syria's Chemical and Biological Weapons: Assessing Capabilites and Motivations. The Nonproliferation Review 5:104-111 Fall 1997.

Khripunov, Igor and Averre, Derek. Russia's CBW Closet Poses Ongoing Threat. Jane's Intelligence Review 11:20-23 May 1999.

Koblenz, Gregory. Countering Dual-use Facilities: Lessons from Iraq and Sudan. Jane's Intelligence Review 11:48-53 March 1999.

Kumaraswamy, P. R. Has Israel Kept Its BW Options Open? Jane's Intelligence Review 10:22 March 1998.

Leibstone, Marvin and Bonsignore, Ezio. US Military vs. Iraq: The "New Warfare". Military Technology 22:6-8+ March 1998.

Leitenberg, Milton. Biological Weapons: A Reawakened Concern. The World & I 14:288-305 January 1999.

Maze, Rick. Reservists to Fight Terrorism. Army Times 59:10 October 26, 1998.

Panofsky, Wolfgang K. H. Dismantling the Concept of "Weapons of Mass Destruction". Arms Control Today 28:3-8 April 1998.

Predictions of Chemical, Biological Terror Fuel Military-Civilian Defense Partnership. National Defense 83:29-31 September 1998.

Reichart, John F. Adversarial Use of Chemical and Biological Weapons. Joint Forces Quarterly 18:130-133 Spring 1998.

Rimmington, Anthony. Fragmentation and Proliferation? The Fate of the Soviet Union's Offensive Biological Weapons Programme. Contemporary Security Policy 20:86-110 April 1999.

Robinson, Clarence A. Jr. Missile Technology Access Emboldens Rogue Nations. Signal 53:17-21 April 1999.

Schulte, Paul. Chemical and Biological Weapons: Issues and Alternatives. Comparative Strategy, No. 4, 18:329-334 1999.

Simon, Jeffrey D. Terrorists and Biological Weapons. Defense Analysis 14:331-333 December 1998.

Steinbruner, John D. Biological Weapons: A Plague Upon All Houses. Foreign Policy no.109:85-96 Winter 1997-1998.

Tornudd, Klaus. Disarmament Processes for a World at Peace in Twenty Years. Disarmement 20:1-17 1997.

USA Seeks More Protection Against WMD (Weapons of Mass Destruction). Jane's Defence Weekly 29:13 May 27, 1998.

Venter, Al J. Keeping the Lid on Germ Welfare. Jane's International Defense Review 31:26-29 May 1998.

Venter, Al J. Missing in Iraq: The UN Charts Saddam's Lethal Inventory. Jane's International Defence Review 32:34-35+ May 1999.

Venter, Al J. UNSCOM (United Nations Special Commission) Odyssey: The Search for Saddam's Biological Arsenal. Jane's Intelligence Review 10:16-21 March 1998.

Weible, Jack. States Selected to Host Rapid-Assessment Teams. Air Force Times 58:8 June 8, 1998.

 



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