Horrifying lecture by Joseph Douglass on the strategic thinking about biological and chemical warfare behind the iron curtain.
If from a United States defense standpoint, when concerned about chemical and biological warfare - Which is more important: Our iew of what these agents can do, or the russian view? I would submit to you, that what we think is rather irrelevant. And what is important is what the russians think. - Unfortunately this is not the case. The view of the United States when it comes to chemical and biological warfare is very rarely shaped by considerations of the threat. More often than not it is the result of mere imaging and the application of what I would like to call self-centered arrogance