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Mustard Use by ISIL and the Chemical Weapons Convention

By O’Neill Institute

This post was written by Sharon Jackson, an independent consultant.  Any questions about the post can be directed to It is a rare occasion that an arms control treaty can help in an ongoing public health crisis. The Islamic state’s use of toxic chemicals against civilians in Iraq and Syria has exposed noncombatants and […]

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