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Room for hope after a chemical defeat

Nature volume 383, page 201 (19 September 1996) | Download Citation

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The Clinton administration blinked and a small group of arch-conservatives dealt an unexpected blow to the Chemical Weapons Convention. The treaty has its weaknesses, but it merits greater faith in its strengths.

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