Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey

New books: 

Ben Oughram-Gormley, Sonia. Barriers to Bioweapons: the Challenges of Expertise and Organization for Weapons Development
-UG447.8.O93 2014

Smith, Frank L., III. American Biodefense: How Dangerous Ideas About Biological Weapons Shape National Security
-UG447.8.S583 2014


 

In our print Reference Collection:

Encyclopedia of Bioterrorism Defense
HV6433.3.E53 2011

Historical Dictionary of Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Warfare
U793.G37 2007

International Handbook on Chemical Weapons Proliferation
UG447.B87 1991


 

In our DVD Collection:

The Anthrax Files
HV6431.A584 2011

Inside Bioterror
UG447.8.I675 2010

The Living Weapon
UG447.8.L585 2007


 

Websites:

The Biological and Toxin  Weapons Convention
The site provides information about the BTWC.

Center for Nonproliferation Studies
The Chemical and Biological Weapons (CBW) Nonproliferation Program develhe Chemical and Biological Weapons (CBW) Nonproliferation Program develops strategies for halting and reversing the spread of CBW, offers training and courses on CBW issues, and conducts research on such topics as the security implications of synthetic biology, obstacles to chemical and biological disarmament in Russia, motivations for CBW acquisition by states and terrorist groups.

Federation of the Atomic Scientist (FAS)
The Federation of American Scientists has created an internet resource for biosecurity policy, bioterrorism information, and biodefense research.

The Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI) Understanding Biological Threats Page
NTI offers a comprehensive overview and primer on biological agents and weapons. The site includes analyses, news updates, and country profiles

NTI Understanding Chemical Threats Page
NTI provides this primer on chemical agents, weapons, and nonrpoliferation activities around chemical warfare. The site includes analyses, news updates, and country profiles.

Stimson Center
The Biological and Chemical Threats Program offers practical strategies to address threats posed by accidental or intentional exposures to inherently hazardous agents.

United Nations Office in Geneva Biological Weapons Convention (BWC) Website
Contains the latest BWC action and new events, issues, and concerns. 

UNODA Biological Weapons Convention Website
This page provides a history of the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC). The page contains use case studies, fact sheets, and other resources related to the BWC.