Deterring CBRN Terrorism: Lessons from Iraq
Added Date : 28/9/2013

By Fred Wehling, Associate Professor and Program Chair for Nonproliferation Studies at MIIS, analyses the reasons why attacks involving improvised explosive devices containing chlorine stopped suddenly after June 2007. Was there any indication that insurgents achieved their objectives or were stopped by coalition forces or perhaps by public opinion?

Source: James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies