The use of biological warfare (BW) agents by states or terrorists is one of the world's most frightening security threats but, thus far, little attention has been devoted to understanding how to improve policies and procedures to identify and attribute BW events. Terrorism, War, or Disease? is the first book to examine the complex political, military, legal, and scientific challenges involved in determining when BW have been used and who has used them.
Journal Article, International Security, issue 4, volume 25
Susan Martin counters Scott Sagan’s proposition in “The Commitment Trap” (Spring 2000) that U.S. policy of “calculated ambiguity” is flawed. Sagan responds.