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Ambivalent multilateralism. The United States and the Biological Weapons Convention Protocol
Under the administration of former US president George W. Bush, the United States rejected the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC) investigation procedures. Although this rejection is often seen as part of a wider ‘unilateral turn’, Caramay Schmelzer argues in her award winning thesis that the rejection should rather be placed within the tradition of American ambivalence towards multilateralism.
Thesis, 2015, Caramay, Schmelzer, Biological, Weapons, Convention, BWC, Exceptionalism, Exceptionalisme, USA, VS,
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