Viewpoint: Chemical weapons ‘threat to West’

Viewpoint: Chemical weapons ‘threat to West’ – BBC News

All have seen how effective chemical weapons have been in Syria and Iraq, especially in fighting in built-up areas, and if there is conflict between East and West we must now assume that chemical

Viewpoint: Chemical weapons ‘threat to West’ | Loways News

Media caption Abo Rabeea says he is still suffering from the chemical weapons strike in Khan Sheikhoun (May 2017) Most Nato countries, including the UK, have paid lip service to the chemical threat since the end of the Cold War, because they believed it had disappeared, and in military parlance, have taken a “capability holiday” with chemical weapon defence.

Viewpoint: Chemical weapons ‘threat to West’ | Planet Genius

Image copyright AFP/Getty Images Reports of attacks using chemical weapons in Syria are occurring with alarming frequency, despite international warnings that such acts cross an intolerable red line. Here, chemical weapons expert Hamish de Bretton-Gordon argues that the world is becoming too passive on this issue, and could end up paying the price.

Viewpoint: Chemical weapons ‘threat to West’ | Yerepouni

Most Nato countries, including the UK, have paid lip service to the chemical threat since the end of the Cold War, because they believed it had disappeared, and in military parlance, have taken a “capability holiday” with chemical weapon defence.

Viewpoint: Chemical weapons ‘threat to West’ – eawaz.com

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Viewpoint: Chemical weapons ‘threat to West

Most Nato countries, including the UK, have paid lip service to the chemical threat since the end of the Cold War, because they believed it had disappeared, and in military parlance, have taken a “capability holiday” with chemical weapon defence.

Viewpoint: Chemical weapons ‘threat to West’ – RocketNews

Viewpoint: Chemical weapons ‘threat to West’ Posted by Editor – Top Stories | Feb 15, 2018 | Top Stories | 0 | The world is too passive about chemical attacks, weapons expert Hamish de Bretton-Gordon argues.

Viewpoint: Chemical weapons ‘threat to West’ – Infinity News

Feb 16, 2018 · BBC News – World The world is too passive about chemical attacks; IFTTT; weapons expert Hamish de Bretton-Gordon argues.

If the US fails to prepare for chemical attacks, it will

Nov 05, 2018 · The Salisbury attack has been a massive neon advertisement to terror groups for the effectiveness of very small amounts of chemical agents in cities. We must ensure

Syria war: Trump says missiles ‘will be coming’ – BBC News

US President Donald Trump has tweeted that Russia should «get ready» for missiles to be fired at its ally Syria, in response to an alleged chemical attack near Damascus on Saturday.

Syria ‘chemical attack’: US weighs up military response

Apr 12, 2018 · Viewpoint: Chemical weapons ‘threat to West’ “The president has a number of options at his disposal and a number remain on the table,” Ms Sanders said during a …

West leading campaign of hypocrisy on use of chemical

Syria has denounced a recent statement by the US, Britain and France on the alleged use of chemical weapons by the Damascus government, saying the trio is leading a campaign of misinformation against the Arab country in line with their support for terrorists.

The Islamic State and WMD: Assessing the Future Threat

With the Islamic State’s willingness to use chemical weapons, western nations should be concerned that the group or individuals acting on behalf of the group would attempt to deploy a poison gas device. If it did, the Islamic State would not be the first to attack on a western nation with chemical weapons.

Trump warns Russia on Syria missile threat – Eswatini News

Apr 11, 2018 · WHO demands ‘chemical attack site’ access; Viewpoint: Chemical weapons ‘threat to West’ Syria ‘chemical attack’: What we know; After the attack, Mr Trump and his Defence Secretary, James Mattis, cancelled travel plans. The US and Western allies said they have agreed to work together.