Improving Implementation of the Biological Weapons Convention
The 2007–2010 Intersessional Process
This book gathers together many of the best contributions from the work within the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC) framework and provides expert reviews of key themes, case studies of interesting national approaches, as well as unique perspectives from the ground. It is a practical tool for implementing the convention, an introductory guide to current best practice at the health/security interface and adds to the historical record of this important international instrument.
© 2011 United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR)
Austin Ochieng Aluoch, Georgi Avramchev, Joris De Baerdemaeker, Cathy Bollaert, Katherine Bowman, Koos van der Bruggen, Teck Mean Chua, Robin Coupland, Malcolm Dando, Isabelle Daoust-Maleval, Katsuhisa Furukawa, Louise Gresham, Marius Grinius, Keith Hamilton, Marianne Heisz, Jo Husbands, Ngoc Phuong Huynh, Aamer Ikram, Masood Khan, Richard Lennane, Robert Mathews, Piers Millett, Kazuaki Miyagishima, Ali Mohammadi, Randall Murch, Maurice Owuor Ope, Pedro Oyarce, Graham Pearson, Leslie Pray, Brian Rappert, Ben Rusek, Barbara Schaal, Scott Spence, Simon Whitby
Annex includes a summary of the common understandings identified during the 2007–2010 Intersessional Process
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