Professor David Galbreath examines the relationship between science and arms control. Arms control has traditionally been carried out in government-to-government agreements, but developments in science and technology are making weapons more accessible. How can we establish effective controls on chemicals and technology without restricting non-weapon use?
Science & Arms Control
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