April 27, 2013
When Did Chemical Weapons Become Red Line For U.S.?
The U.S. has never intervened in conflicts because chemical weapons were used. What’s changed?
April 26, 2013
Friday Flashpoints – Our Weekend Reading List
The Diplomat’s Editor selects the top five defense and foreign policy articles for your weekend reading pleasure.
March 21, 2013
What to Make of Chemical Weapons Claims in Syria
“…we do not know for sure whether or not chemical weapons were even used…”
February 02, 2013
The Long Shadow of Chemical Weapons
As recent debates swirl around nuclear weapons, chemical weapons have the potential to cause great harm — especially in Asia.
December 06, 2012
Preventing a Chemical Weapons Nightmare in Syria
Fear that Syria will resort to the unthinkable is not so far-fetched. The international community must be clear in defining its “redline.”
November 12, 2011
North Korea’s Other Weapons Threat
International attention is usually focused on North Korea’s nuclear weapons program. But Pyongyang’s growing chemical and biological weapons capabilities are worrying Seoul.
April 29, 2011
Did Thais Use Chemical Weapons?
Cambodia accuses Thailand of using chemical weapons in their latest clash over Preah Vihear. It seems unlikely.