The Formulation and Non-formulation of Security Concerns

     

 

 

 

 

 

 


Publications

 

Rappert, B. and C. Gould. 2014. Biological Weapons Convention: Confidence, the prohibition and learning from the past July ISS Paper 258.

Gould, C., V. Harris, B. Rappert and K. Smith. 2014. ‘The presence of the past: re-engaging the legacy of South Africa's chemical and biological warfare programme’ Nelson Mandela Foundation News 1 October.

Rappert, B. 2014. 'Why has not there been more Research of Concern?' Front. Public Health 2:74. doi: 10.3389/fpubh.2014.00074

Rappert, B. and M. Selgelid. (editors) 2013. On the dual uses of science and ethics Canberra: Australian National University E Press.

Dando, M. 2013. "In the Know":  Why the well-informed are concerned about the possible misuse of advances in neuroscience in novel chemical and biological weapons Paper presented at a symposium titled Issues and Non-issues in Science and Medicine at the University of Exeter, 27-28 September.

 

B.Rappert@ex.ac.uk
Sociology, Philosophy and Anthropology; University of Exeter; Exeter EX4 4QJ; United Kingdom
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