Attribution Decision Marking Regarding Chemical and Biological Weapons Use: Exploring and Defining Cross-Domain Science-Legal-Policy-Response Frameworks
Center on Contemporary Conflict
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Policymakers need options for dealing with accusations and/or allegations of suspicious chemical and biological weapons activities. Assigning attribution (“who is responsible and culpable?”) has inherent uncertainty associated with it due to the nature of acquiring, generating, and weighing the limited pieces of information that are available, as well as the nature of the policy decision making process itself.
Performer: Federation of American Scientists (FAS) Principal Investigator: Christopher Bidwell. FY: 2014-2015
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