Chemical Weapons Control Isn’t All About Syriaby
In the 15 years that the Chemical Weapons Convention banning the use or possession of such arms has been in force, 78 percent of the world’s declared stores has been destroyed, and the rest are scheduled for demolition. With the arrival in Syria this week of an international team to inspect this regime’s program, there is hope that another significant stockpile will be demobilized.
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