National Defense University’s Center for the Study of Weapons of Mass Destruction produces case studies, occasional papers, and research papers that instructors at any JPME institution can use to enhance their course work.
National Intelligence University Press | Feb. 1, 2021
John P. Caves Jr. and W. Seth Carus
In an update to their 2014 paper on the future of weapons of mass destruction (WMD), John P. Caves, Jr., and W. Seth Carus assess and offer policy considerations on the significant geopolitical and technological developments shaping the future of WMD since 2014.
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| May 24, 2018
Catalog of professional and educational opportunities for federal government employees and non-government individuals spanning a wide range of WMD-related topics.
CSWMD Occasional Paper 12 | Aug. 7, 2017
W. Seth Carus
This short monograph reviews the history of biological warfare (BW) from prehistory to the present. It covers what we know about the practice of BW and briefly describes the programs that developed BW weapons based on the best available research.
CSWMD Case Study 7 | Feb. 24, 2017
Maurice A. Mallin
On July 16, 1945, the United States conducted the world’s first nuclear explosive test in Alamagordo, New Mexico.
CSWMD Occasional Paper 11 | July 18, 2016
Raymond A. Zilinskas
In its first Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) Case Study, the Center for the Study of Weapons of