Biological Terrorism in Indonesia
By V. Arianti
U.S. Eyes Bioterrorism Threat
As Congressional progress stalls, the U.S. moves to tackle the bioterrorism threat from Asia.
Congress, Bioterrorism and Asia
A warning by an ex-U.S. senator and an outbreak of bird flu in Taiwan are reminders of the need for collaboration.
Preparing for bioterrorism requires concerted national and international effort. Not everyone seems on board.
Security and the Life Sciences
The recent announcement that scientists created a version of H5N1 influenza virus has implications for Asia.
The issue of international verification continues to plague the Biological Weapons Convention’s reputation.
The Importance of UNSCR 1540
UN Security Council Resolution 1540 has played a key part in helping to stop non-state actors acquiring WMD.
Bioterrorism in Asia
The dramatically titled World at Risk report released in December 2008 by a US congressional commission predicting that a bioterrorist attack is likely in the next five years may have been aimed primarily at a domestic American audience, but it has also served to remind Asian nations of their vulnerability.