International Handbook on Chemical Weapons Proliferation

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The page numbers set in boldface indicate the location of country reviews. Non-personal names beginning with al-, ar-, and el- (with or without hyphen) are alphabetized by the following letter.
Abacus Company (German firm), 304
Abu Ghazala, Abdel Halim, 512, 527 n.25
Abu Kammash, Libya, 274
Abu Zaabal, Egypt, 229
ACDA ( US Arms Control and Disarma- ment Agency), 162, 174
Acquisition. See under names of specific countries
Adams, Steven, 57
Adamsite. See DM
Addabbo, Joseph, 230
Adelman, Kenneth, 154, 172-73, 182, n. 33, 183 n. 39, 342, 363 n. 16, 377, 447
Ad Hoc Working Group on Chemical Weapons. See Chemical Weapons Convention
Afghan Information Center, 345
Afghanistan, 333-57; acquisition, 334- 37; bounty for evidence, 160, 349, 355, 367, n. 113; defensive capabil- ity, 337-39, 341; missiles, 347, 505, 522; munitions, 345-49; policy, 334; production, 337; strategy, 334; UN investigation in, 336, 348- 49, 362 n. 14, 363 n. 16; use of CW agents, against mujaheddin, 158, 160, 179 n.7, 334-57, by mujahed- din, 340, 352-57. See also Transfers of CW agents; Transfers of CW pro- tective equipment and training
African Explosives and Chemical Industries (South African firm), 463
African National Congress, 460
Agent Orange, 159, 352, 490, 497
Aide Medicale Internationale, 351
Aircraft delivery of CW agents, 505-7, 510-11; in-flight refueling, 507; ordnance, 507-10
Akashat, Iraq, 41-42, 45-46, 50, 64-66
Alarms/detectors of chemical attack, 7, 8, 26, n. 19, 162
Alcolac International ( US firm), 49, 249
Al-Fakhri, Hisham Sabah, 140
Alfonsin, Raul R., 489
Alfred Teves (German firm), 304
Algeria, 97, 314 n.137

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