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Revill, James (2017) Past as prologue? The risk of adoption of chemical and biological weapons by non-state actors in the EU. European Journal of Risk Regulation. ISSN 1867-299X (Accepted)

Revill, James (2017) We're doomed. CBRNe World (Feb). pp. 39-41.

Revill, James (2016) Compliance revisited: a balanced, incremental approach to compliance in the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention. Nonproliferation Review, 23 (3). ISSN 1073-6700 (Accepted)

Revill, James, McLeish, Caitriona, Spelling, Alex and Balmer, Brian (2016) Options for international cooperation under Article X of the biological and toxin weapons convention. Trust & Verify (154). ISSN 0966-9221

Revill, James, Edwards, Brett and Minehata, Masamichi (2016) Abordando la problemática de las armas biológicas en el siglo XXI: el papel de una web de prevención 2.0. Revista de Derecho y Genoma Humano / Law and the Human Genome Review, 43. pp. 15-36. ISSN 1134-7198

Revill, James (2016) Compliance revisited: a balanced, incremental approach to moving forward with compliance in the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention. Nonproliferation Review. ISSN 1073-6700 (Accepted)

Revill, James (2016) ‘Muddling through’ in the Biological & Toxin Weapons Convention. International Politics. ISSN 1384-5748 (Accepted)

Revill, James and McLeish, Caitriona (2016) Happy birthday to the Biological Weapons Convention. The Guardian.

Edwards, Brett, Revill, James and Cartei, Valentina (2015) Why stopping acid attacks is a matter of chemical weapons control. The Conversation. ISSN 2201-5639

Revill, James and McLeish, Caitriona (2015) Estimating the costs of compliance options for the BWC. Trust & Verify (151). ISSN 0966-9221

Revill, James and McLeish, Caitriona (2015) Estimating the costs of compliance options for the BWC. Trust & Verify (151). pp. 1-5. ISSN 0966-9221

Revill, James and McLeish, Caitriona (2015) Happy birthday to the bioweapons convention. The Guardian.

Ilchmann, Kai and Revill, James (2014) Chemical and biological weapons in the 'new wars'. Science and Engineering Ethics, 20 (3). pp. 753-767. ISSN 1353-3452

Edwards, Brett, Revill, James and Bezuidenhout, Louise (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. ISSN 1353-3452

Revill, James and Jefferson, Catherine (2014) Tacit knowledge and the biological weapons regime. Science and Public Policy, 41 (5). pp. 597-610. ISSN 0302-3427

Revill, James (2013) Education and outreach activities within the biological weapons convention. OPCW Today, 2 (5). pp. 39-40. ISSN 2213-3690

Revill, James (2013) Chemical weapons and Syria: we need evidence-based, international justice. The Guardian. ISSN 0261-3077

Jefferson, Catherine and Revill, James (2012) Dual use education in neuroscience. Royal Society 'In Verba' - the Science Policy Centre's blog.

Revill, James, Candia Carnevali, M Daniela, Forsberg, Åke, Holmström, Anna, Rath, Johannes, Khan Shinwari, Zabta and Mancini, Giulio M (2012) Lessons learned from implementing education on dual-use in Austria, Italy, Pakistan and Sweden. Medicine, Conflict and Survival, 28 (1). pp. 31-44. ISSN 1362-3699

Revill, James (2012) Lessons learned from implementing education on dual use in Austria, Italy, Pakistan and Sweden. Medicine, Conflict and Survival, 28 (1). ISSN 1362-3699

Revill, James and Dando, Malcolm (2008) Life scientists and the need for a culture of responsibility: after education … what? Science and Public Policy, 35 (1). pp. 29-35. ISSN 0302-3427

Gregory, Shaun and Revill, James (2008) The role of the military in the cohesion and stability of Pakistan. Contemporary South Asia, 16 (1). pp. 39-61. ISSN 0958-4935

Revill, James and Dando, Malcolm R (2006) A Hippocratic Oath for life sciences: a Hippocratic-style oath in the life sciences could help to educate researchers about the dangers of dual-use research. EMBO Reports, 7 (S1). S55-S60. ISSN 1469-221X

Book Section

Mancini, Giulio and Revill, James (2017) ‘We’re doomed!’ A critical assessment of risk framing around chemical and biological weapons in the 21st century. In: Martellini, Maurizio and Malizia, Andrea (eds.) Cyber and chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, explosives challenges: threats and counter efforts. Terrorism, security, and computation . Springer International Publishing. ISBN 9783319621074 (Accepted)

Crowley, Michael, McLeish, Caitriona and Revill, James (2017) The role of civil society in combating the development, proliferation and use of chemical weapons. In: Crowley, Michael, Dando, Malcolm and Shang, Lijun (eds.) The future of chemical weapons: the convergence of chemistry and biology, and the implications for arms control and disarmament. Royal Society of Chemistry, London. (Accepted)

Revill, James and Edwards, Brett (2015) What counts as the hostile use of chemicals? In: Balmer, Brian and Rappert, Brian (eds.) Absence in Science, Security and Policy From Research Agendas to Global Strategy. Palgrave Macmillan, London. ISBN 9781137493736

Revill, James (2014) United Kingdom. In: McLauglin, Kathryn, Pearson, Graham S and Whitby, Simon (eds.) BioWeapons Monitor 2014. BioWeapons Prevention Project, pp. 239-254. ISBN 9781851432752

Revill, James (2013) The importance of engagement and education for effective biosecurity. In: Burnette, Ryan (ed.) Biosecurity: understanding, assessing, and preventing the threat. Wiley-Blackwell, Hoboken, New Jersey. ISBN 9780470614174

Revill, James and Dando, Malcolm (2012) The Evolution of Pakistan's Approach to Biological Weapons Non-Proliferation Regime. In: Khan, Zulfqar (ed.) Nuclear Pakistan: Strategic Dimensions. OUP Pakistan, Pakistan. ISBN 9780199063154

Revill, James (2012) Country report: United Kingdom. In: BioWeapons Monitor 2012. Bioweapons Prevention Project, Bradford, pp. 94-111. ISBN 9781851432707

Revill, James (2011) Country report: United Kingdom. In: BioWeapons Monitor 2011. Bioweapons Prevention Project, pp. 90-104. ISBN 9783000365614

Revill, James (2010) Implementing and Measuring the Efficacy of Biosecurity and Dual Use Education. In: Ethics, Education, and the Life Sciences. Australia National Univeristy. ISBN 9781921666384

Revill, James (2010) Europe and Pakistan: the potential for a 'partnership with accountability'. In: Ricci, Andrea (ed.) Making the difference? : what works in response to crises and security threats: the debate continues. Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, Luxembourg. ISBN 9789279141744

Revill, James and Dando, Malcolm (2009) The rise of biosecurity in international arms control. In: Rappert, Brian and Gould, Chandré (eds.) Biosecurity: origins, transformations and practices. New security challenges . Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke & New York, pp. 41-59. ISBN 9780230223561

Reports and working papers

Revill, James (2016) A study on enhancing the consultation provisions of Article V of the Biological Weapons Convention. Technical Report. European Union. (Accepted)

McLeish, Caitriona and Revill, James (2016) Keeping up with the scientists. Technical Report. ILPI.

Revill, James, McLeish, Caitriona, Spelling, Alex and Balmer, Brian (2016) Options for Article X. Other. Harvard Sussex Program, Sussex, U.K..

Edwards, Brett and Revill, James (2016) A decade of synthetic biology in the context of the Biological and Toxin Weapon Convention and the Chemical Weapon Convention. Project Report. Bath University. (Accepted)

Revill, James, Ghionis, Alex, McLeish, Caitriona and Johnson, Steve (2016) Ghouta narratives: a critical assessment of Syrian chemical weapons narratives. Discussion Paper. The Harvard Sussex Program.

McLeish, Caitriona, Revill, James and Perry Robinson, Julian Philip (2016) Some potential implications for the chemical weapons regime resulting from the Syria case. Discussion Paper. The Harvard Sussex Program.

Minehata, Masamichi and Revill, James (2011) Preventing the development and use of biological weapons in the 21st century: ethics, life scientists and the role of next British government. Other. British Pugwash Group.

Revill, James (2009) Biosecurity and bioethics education: a case study of the UK context. Discussion Paper. University of Bradford, Bradford.

Mancini, Guilio and Revill, James (2008) Fostering the Biosecurity Norm: Biosecurity Education for the Next Generation of Life Scientists. Working Paper. Landau Network-Centro Volta & Bradford Disarmament Research Centre.

Conference or Workshop Item

Revill, James, McLeish, Caitriona, Johnson, Steve, Ghionis, Alexander and Edwards, Brett (2016) Syria collection: workshop summary. In: Harvard Sussex Program (HSP)/Cranfield Workshop : Capturing data on chemical weapons allegations and use in Syria: Potential implications of recent events in Syria for the chemical weapons regime, 21-22 March 2016, Sussex.

Revill, James (2016) Fraying at the seams? Chemical and biological weapons on the margins. In: ISA Conference, March 16th-19th, 2016, Atlanta, Georgia.

Revill, James, Bowman, Katherine and Connell, Nancy (2014) Understanding pathogenicity: a workshop for the BWC meeting of experts. In: Workshop on Advances in Understanding Pathogenicity, 3 August 2014, Geneva.

Revill, James (2012) [Discussion paper]: Tacit knowledge and biological weapons regime. In: 34th Workshop of the Pugwash Study Group on Implementation of the Chemical and Biological Weapons Conventions: Maximising Benefits in the Intersessional Period 2012-2015 and Beyond, 8-9 December 2012, Geneva, Switzerland.

Revill, James (2012) "Deconstructing the BWC Seventh Review Conference", Workshop Summary from the Harvard Sussex Program “Sussex Day”. In: Harvard Sussex Program “Sussex Day”, 8th March, Univeristy of Sussex.

Revill, James (2012) Workshop Report from the 33rd Workshop of the Pugwash Study Group on the Implementation of the Chemical and Biological Weapons Conventions: Achieving Realistic Decisions at the Seventh BWC Review Conference in 2011. In: 33rd Workshop of the Pugwash Study Group on the Implementation of the Chemical and Biological Weapons Conventions: Achieving Realistic Decisions at the Seventh BWC Review Conference in 2011, 3-4 December 2011, Geneva.

Revill, James and McLeish, Caitriona (2011) So you want to do ‘something’ on Science and Technology reviews in the Biological Weapons Convention? In: Achieving Realistic Decisions at the Seventh BWC Review Conference in 2011, 33rd Workshop of the Pugwash Study Group on Implementation of the CBW Conventions, 3-4 December 2011, Geneva Switzerland.

Revill, James (2011) Securing Dual-use Expertise III: standardised frameworks for cooperation & MoUs. In: Securing Dual Use Expertise: Developing Sustainable Global Engagement and Outreach Programmes, 15-16th November, 2010, Grand Hotel di Como, Como, Italy.

Revill, James (2011) Securing dual-use expertise I: the role of centres of excellence. In: Securing Dual Use Expertise: Developing Sustainable Global Engagement and Outreach Programmes, 15-16th November, 2010, Grand Hotel di Como, Como, Italy.

Revill, James (2011) Securing dual-use expertise II: the role of networks. In: Securing Dual Use Expertise: Developing Sustainable Global Engagement and Outreach Programmes, 15-16th November, 2010, Grand Hotel di Como, Como, Italy.

Revill, James (2011) Securing dual-use expertise IV: measuring success & building sustainability. In: Securing Dual Use Expertise: Developing Sustainable Global Engagement and Outreach Programmes, 15-16th November, 2010, Grand Hotel di Como, Como, Italy.

McLeish, Caitriona and Revill, James (2010) Reviewing science and technology in the context of the Biological Weapons Convention. In: 31st Workshop of the Pugwash Study Group on Implementation of the CBW Conventions Getting Ready for the Seventh BWC Review Conference in 2011, 4-5th December, 2010, Geneva, Switzerland.

Revill, J, Mancini, G, Minehata, M and Shinomiya, N (2009) Biosecurity education: surveys from Europe and Japan. In: Inter Academy Panel Workshop on Promoting Education on Dual Use Issues in the Life Sciences, 16-18th November, 2009, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland.

Book

Revill, James (2016) Improvised explosive devices: the paradigmatic weapon of new wars. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, Switzerland. ISBN 9783319338330

Revill, James (2013) A peer-review mechanism for the biological and toxin weapons convention. UNIDIR Books . United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR), New York and Geneva.

Bowman, Katherine, Hughes, Kathryn, Husbands, Jo L, Revill, James and Rusek, Benjamin (2011) Trends in science and technology relevant to the biological and toxin weapons convention: summary of an international workshop: October 31 to November 3, 2010, Beijing, China. The National Academies Press, Washington. ISBN 9780309209298

Other

Revill, James, McLeish, Caitriona and Ghionis, Alexander (2017) [The Guardian] Could our approach to chemical weapons help reduce the threat of acid attacks? Guardian Media Group.

This list was generated on Sat Jul 22 18:42:20 2017 BST.