May 2, 2014

Should We Trust Russia to Destroy Its Smallpox?

Alex Berezow, RealClearScience

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Considering that Russia sells weapons to murderous tyrants like Syria's Bashar al-Assad, maintains friendly relations with North Korea, and invades smaller, defenseless neighbors like Ukraine (while simultaneously denying that they are conducting an invasion), the notion that Russia might be lying about biological weapons research is not terribly far-fetched.

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