Items by Edwards, Brett
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Edwards, B. and Revill, J., 2015. Why stopping acid attacks is a matter of chemical weapons control. The Conversation
Edwards, B., 2015. Escaping the False Dilemma of Strategic Nuclear and Biological Deterrence. Contemporary Security Policy, 36 (2), pp. 371-373. Item availability may be restricted.
Edwards, B. and Cacciatori, M., 2015. Chlorine attacks continue in Syria with no prospect of Assad being brought to account. The Conversation
Revill, J., Edwards, B. and Minehata, M., 2015. Dealing With Biological Weapons In The 21st Century:The role of a web of prevention 2.0. University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU.
Edwards, B., 2015. The "false allure" of biological weapons deterrence. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Roundtable: The wint.
Edwards, B., 2014. Taking stock of security concerns related to synthetic biology in an age of responsible innovation. Frontiers in Public Health, 2, 79.
Edwards, B., Revill, J. and Bezuidenhout, L., 2014. From cases to capacity?:a critical reflection on the role of 'ethical dilemmas' in the development of dual-use governance. Science and Engineering Ethics, 20 (2), pp. 571-582.
Edwards, B., 2014. Securitization theory:What can be learned from the policy process literature? In: ISA 2014 Conference, 2014-03-26 - 2014-03-29, Toronto.
Edwards, B., 2013. Science and Technology Review in the BWC and CWC:Policy Primer For the Biochemical Security 2030 Project. Other. Biochemical Security 2030 Policy Paper Series.
Edwards, B. and Bunn, S., 2013. Cosmetic procedures:Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology: POST-Note number 444. Other. Houses of Parliament.
Edwards, B. and Kelle, A., 2012. A life scientist, an engineer and a social scientist walk into a lab: challenges of dual-use engagement and education in synthetic biology. Medicine, Conflict & Survival, 28 (1), pp. 5-18.