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The Rise of the Chemical Weapon State: From Salisbury to Syria

Ryan Henrici
RUSI Newsbrief, 8 June 2018
International Security Studies, North Korea, Russia, Syria, Global Security Issues, Technology
The recent execution of chemical attacks by Moscow, Damascus and Pyongyang for diverse purposes may not only suggest that the prohibitive power of international conventions is now fading away, but also signals the emergence of a new class of states who can deploy a credible chemical threat.

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