The Clandestine Building of Libya's Chemical Weapons Factory: A Study in International Collusion

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Index
Abacus, 182n.22
Adams, Valerie, 2, 19
Adelman, Kenneth, 20
Afghanistan, 13
AI-Abram, 54
Alcolac International, 47
Alfred Tewes GmbH, 78
Algeria, 47
Allgemeine Zeitung, 73
Andreotti, Giulio, 31
Arab states: and Paris Chemical Weapons Conference, 58, 64; support for Libya, 17, 51-52, 57. See alsospe­ cific countries
Arens, Moshe, 62
Argentina, 135, 162
Arms control, 12, 30
Association of Arab Pharmacists, 51-52
Atomic Energy Act ( West Germany), 101
Australia, 36, 56, 67-68. See also Australian Group
Australian Group, 67, 125
Austria, 86
Baer-Kaupert, Frederick-Wilhelm, 71-72
Baker, James, 79
Bangkok Post, 50-51
Barbouti, Haidar, 179n.20
Barbouti, lhsan, 43, 51, 75, 76, 118; and deception, 147, 148, 150; disappearance of, 74, 114; U.S. commercial activities, 152, 179n.20
Belgium, 47, 96, 107
Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention (BWC), 4, 18-19, 20, 160
Biological weapons, 2-4, 18, 19, 128
Biotechnology, 4, 19, 20, 128, 154-55, 163-64
Bischoff KG Frankfurt, 76
BND ( West Germany), 71, 74, 79, 82-91, 93, 97, 102, 115
Bok, Sissela, 139, 140, 141, 145, 148
Bond, Charles F., 139
Brazil, 162
Bremer, L. Paul, 111, 25
Brooker, Russell G., 140, 146
Burns, William F., 46
Burt, Richard, 71
Bush, George, 54, 68, 116; and export controls, 66, 160; 1990 summit, 66, 119-20; Rabta attack threats, 31, 115. See also United States; U.S. headings
BWC. See Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention
Canada, 25, 36
CD. See Conference on Disarmament Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) ( United States), 30, 117, 152
Chad, 21, 92, 97, 156; and Libya, 21, 92, 97, 156
Chemco GmbH, 47
Chemical and Biological Warfare Elimina- tion Act ( United States), 160-61
Chemical weapons: definitions of, 2-3, 19; new biotechnology, 4, 19, 20, 128, 154-55, 160, 163-64; public opinion, 12-13, 170n.4. See also specific topics
Chemical weapons conventions: Conference on Disarmament negotiations, 4; lack of, 2, 4, 54-55, 59, 132, 169n.2; and new biotechnology, 4, 19, 160; Paris Conference call for, 63, 64; "rolling text,"23; West German support, 42, 80, 133. See also Geneva Protocol ( 1925)
Cheng, Daniel P. S., 105
China, 117, 162
CIA. See Central Intelligence Agency ( United States)
Clinard, Marshall, 143
COCOM. See Coordinating Committee for Export Controls
Cologne Deutschlandfunk Network, 43
Conference on Disarmament (CD), 4, 13, 58
Convention on The Prohibition of the Development, Production, and Stockpil

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