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NPR News Special: Weapons of Mass Destruction

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NPR News Special: <I>Weapons of Mass Destruction</I>

NPR News Special: Weapons of Mass Destruction

NPR News Special: Weapons of Mass Destruction

Only Available in Archive Formats.


Amy Smithson
*Director, Chemical and Biological Weapons Nonproliferation Project, Henry L. Stimson Center

Senator Sam Nunn, (D-GA)
CEO, Nuclear Threat Initiative, Washington, D.C.
*Former, Democratic Senator from Georgia from (1972-1996)
*Former, Chairman, Senate Armed Services Committee

Dr. David Franz
*Vice President, Chemical and Biological Defense Division, Southern Research Institute, Frederick, Maryland
*Deputy Director, Center for Disaster Preparedness, University of Alabama, Birmingham School of Medicine
*Former, Commander of the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases
*Former, Chief Inspector on three United National special Commission biological warfare inspection missions to Iraq

Ray Pena
*Population Protection Planner, Dane County Emergency Management, Madison, Wisconsin

Liz Smith
*Syndicated Gossip Columnist, New York Post

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