Bioviolence: Preventing Biological Terror and Crime

THU, OCT 4, 2007 (1:33)

Barry Kellman, discusses his book, Bioviolence: Preventing Biological Terror and Crime, describes how diseases such as smallpox, anthrax, or ebola might be used for hostile purposes. His book explores developers of disease weapons including rogue states and groups such as Al-Qaeda. It formulates a strategy for law enforcers, scientists, and public health officials to prevent intentional disease.

+ BIO: Barry Kellman

For the past decade, efforts of the International Weapons Control Center have been driven by its Director, Professor Barry Kellman. The IWCC has worked closely with national and international organizations and has sought to forge a unified network of key players devoted to preventing bioviolence. During the course of this time, Professor Kellman has been the featured speaker on international security issues at over two hundred briefings, meetings, and workshops, for numerous foreign governments, international organizations, U.S. government agencies, and NGO’s.

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