By Michael Stebbins, May 1, 2007
If governments want to develop incapacitating chemical agents for use in warfare, they should come out and say so.
Read more: Agents of Suspicion
Issue: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 63 Issue 3 Topics: Uncategorized
Michael Stebbins is the director of biology policy for the Federation of American Scientists and the author of Sex, Drugs and DNA: Science's Taboos Confronted (2006)....
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