Nov, 1996
Iraq's Enduring Proliferation Threat
National Defense University. Institute for National Strategic Studies
Sullivan, Peter
UN inspections, and revelations triggered by the defection in summer of 1995 of Iraq's chief of NBC programs, Hussein Kamel, have confirmed what many suspected: Iraq's NBC programs went well beyond what had been assessed prior to DESERT STORM or at the initiation of post-war sanctions, or admitted by Iraq in declarations to the UN. Iraq had a crash program to make its first nuclear warhead for missile delivery by April 1991. Its Biological Weapons (BW) program produced enough anthrax and botulinum toxin to kill the world's entire population. Before DESERT STORM, Iraq filled about 200 missile warheads and aerial bombs with BW agents and deployed them to missile bases and air fields. It had even more capability for Chemical Weapons (CW) employment. Documents obtained by the UN Special Commission (UNSCOM) indicate that Iraq contemplated strategic offensive use of CW (and probably BW) through surprise attack.
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    Sullivan, Peter
  • Publisher
    National Defense University. Institute for National Strategic Studies
  • Report Number
    Strategic Forum no.95 (November 1996)
  • Date
    Nov, 1996
  • Copyright
    Public Domain
  • Format
    pdf
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