Terrorism, War, or Disease? Unraveling the Use of Biological Weapons

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Index
ABC television, 27, 78, 80, 230
Aberdeen Proving Ground, 76
Acheson, Dean, 124, 220–21, 222
Action Plan on Biological and Toxin Weapons, 282
Acute Hemorrhagic Conjunctivitis (AHC), 146
Acute respiratory infections: in Surat, 62–63
Adelman, Kenneth, 77
Ad Hoc Group (BWC), 273, 281
Admiralty Research Laboratory, 253
Afghanistan, 194 (table), 212n44; toxin weapons in, 13, 90, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101–5, 107–8, 155, 193 (table), 225–30, 236, 274, 319
AFMIC, see Armed Forces Medical Intelligence Center
African Swine Fever (ASF), 145–46, 1606in4, 191 (table)
AHC, see Acute Hemorrhagic Conjunctivitis
Akratanakul, Pongthep, 79
Alghamdi, Hamza, 39, 40
Alhaznawi, Ahmed, 40
al-Aqsa Martyr’s Brigade, 188
Al-Qaeda: and anthrax attack, 36, 38, 39–40
American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 78
American Committee of 100 Against Soviet Germ Warfare Lies, 222
American Media, Inc. (AMI): anthrax attack on, 24, 27, 29, 35, 37, 40, 45n14, 230, 231, 235
Amerithrax, see Anthrax, U.S. attack
AMI, see American Media, Inc.
Angola, 223
Animal Health Organization, see World Organization for Animal Health
Animals: diseases, 121, 147
Anthrax (Bacillus anthracis), 7, 20n32, 140n41, 174, 190–92 (table), 211n24, 323; Ames strain, 37, 41, 230, 235, 244n85; in China, 128–29; detection and identification of, 8, 29–33, 35–36; Japanese use of, 165, 167, 169; Korean War, 121, 123, 220, 222–23; in Soviet Union, 225, 247–48; U.S. attack, 1–2, 4, 9, 12, 23–29, 36–40, 42–44, 45n14, 195 (table), 196, 213nn54, 55, 231–34, 236, 238, 244n94, 254, 281, 317

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