Emergency workers load a “casualty” into an ambulance during a May 2017 exercise simulating a biological attack at the Pentagon. Credit: Sgt. Sara Wood/American Forces Press Service

Twenty-first century perspectives on the far-from-toothless Biological Weapons Convention

By Glenn Cross, Lynn C. Klotz, July 1, 2020

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Emergency workers load a “casualty” into an ambulance during a May 2017 exercise simulating a biological attack at the Pentagon. Credit: Sgt. Sara Wood/American Forces Press Service

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