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Balmer, Brian, Spelling, Alex and McLeish, Caitriona (2018) Tear gas epistemology: the Himsworth Committee and weapons as drugs. In: Mankoo, Alex and Rappert, Brian (eds.) Chemical bodies: the techno-politics of control. Geopolitical bodies, material worlds . Rowman & Littlefield, London. ISBN 9781786605863

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Crowley, Michael, McLeish, Caitriona and Revill, James (2018) The role of civil society in combating the development, proliferation and use of chemical weapons. In: Crowley, Michael, Dando, Malcolm and Shang, Lijun (eds.) Preventing chemical weapons: arms control and disarmament as the sciences converge. Royal Society of Chemistry, London, pp. 580-618. ISBN 9781782626497

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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, pp. 311-325. ISBN 9783319621074

McLeish, Caitriona (2017) Recasting the threat of chemical terrorism in the EU: the issue of returnees from the Syrian conflict. European Journal of Risk Regulation, 8 (4). pp. 643-657. ISSN 1867-299X

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

McLeish, Caitriona and Revill, James (2018) Novi-whats and the Chemical Weapons Convention. CBRNe World (June). pp. 16-18. ISSN 2040-2724

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Revill, James (2018) Changes in science and technology since VEREX. Kings College London.

Revill, James (2017) Compliance revisited: an incremental approach to compliance in the biological and toxin weapons convention. Other. James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS).

Revill, James (2018) Consultations and Clarifications. Kings College London.

Revill, James (2017) Could gene editing tools such as CRISPR be used as a biological weapon? The Conversation. ISSN 2201-5639

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, 8 (4). pp. 626-642. ISSN 1867-299X

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

Revill, James (2018) The biological weapons regime. In: Regulating global security insights from conventional and unconventional regimes. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9783319985985 (Accepted)

Revill, James and Favero, Marcus (2018) Lesser appreciations: a history of interwar chemical warfare. In: Rappert, Brian and Mankoo, Alex (eds.) Chemical bodies: the techno-politics of control. Rowman & Littlefield, London. ISBN 9781786605863 (Accepted)

Revill, James and Hopkins, Ben (2018) Strengthening the Bioweapons Convention. Oxford Research Group [weblog article, 7 August 2018].

Revill, James, McLeish, Caitriona and Ghionis, Alexander (2017) Could our approach to chemical weapons help reduce the threat of acid attacks? The Guardian : Political Science [weblog article, 17 July 2017].

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.

Revill, James and Pontes, Giovanna. F. M. (2018) Chemical and biological weapons. In: The Handbook of Homeland Security. CRC Press Taylor and Francis. (Accepted)

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