Chemical weapons and the Iran‐Iraq war: A case study in noncompliance

  title={Chemical weapons and the Iran‐Iraq war: A case study in noncompliance},
  author={Javedani Ali},
  journal={The Nonproliferation Review},
  pages={43 - 58}
  • Javedani Ali
  • Published 1 March 2001
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  • The Nonproliferation Review
Javed Ali is a Senior Policy Analyst with the Special Projects Division of Research Planning, Incorporated (RPI) in Falls Church, Virginia, where he currently provides counterterrorism analytical, training and exercise support for a range of U.S. government agencies. He is a recognized authority on chemical and biological weapons issues, arms control, terrorism, and regional security dynamics, and is a frequent contributor to Jane’s Defence publications. 
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