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Books

  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle.  2012.  Arms Control Policy: A Guide to the Issues, Praeger Security International.
  • Pearson, Alan, Marie Isabelle Chevrier, and Mark Wheelis eds.  2007.  Incapacitating Biochemical Weapons:  Promise or Peril?, Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle, Krysztof Chomiczewski, Henri Garrigue, Gyõrgy Granasztói, Malcolm R. Dando and Graham S. Pearson  eds. 2004.  Implementation of Legally Binding Measures to Strengthen the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention.  Amsterdam: Klewer Academic Publishers.

 

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Koblentz, Gregory D. and Marie Isabelle Chevrier. 2011. “Modernizing Confidence-Building Measures for the Biological Weapons Convention” Biosecurity and Bioterrorism: Biodefense Strategy, Practice, and Science 9, (3, September).
  • Winter, F. D. and M. I. Chevrier.  2008.  “Conflict Resolution in a Different Culture” Baylor University Medical Center Proceedings 21, (3 July).
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle and Iris Hunger. 2000.  “Confidence-Building Measures for the BTWC: Performance and Potential” The Nonproliferation Review 7(3, Fall/Winter).
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle.  1996.  “The Aftermath of Aum Shinrikyo: A New Paradigm for Terror?” Politics and the Life Sciences 15 (2, September).
  • The Federation of American Scientists (FAS) Working Group on Biological and Toxin Weapons Verification, (Marie Chevrier principal author). 1995. “Beyond VEREX: A Legally Binding Compliance Regime for the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention” Contemporary Security Policy 16 (2, August).
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle. 1995. “From Verification to Strengthening Compliance: Prospects and Challenges of the Biological Weapons Convention.” Politics and the Life Sciences 14(2, August).
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle. 1995. “Impediment to Proliferation: Analyzing the Biological Weapons Convention.” Contemporary Security Policy 16(2, August): 72-102.  Abstract in International Political Science Abstracts.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle. 1993. “Deliberate Disease: Biological Weapons, Threats, and Policy Responses.” Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 11:395-417.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle. 1992. “The Biological Weapons Convention: The Third Review Conference.” Politics and the Life Sciences 11(1, February): 86-92.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle, and Jessica Eve Stern. 1991. “Chemical and Biological Weapons in the Third World.” Boston College Third World Law Journal 11(1, 1991 Winter): 45-81.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle. 1990. “Verifying the Unverifiable: Lessons from the Biological Weapons Convention.” Politics and the Life Sciences 9(1, August): 93-105.
  • Federation of American Scientists Working Group on Biological and Toxin Weapons Verification. 1991. “Proposals for the Third Review Conference of the Biological Weapons Convention.” Arms Control 12(2, September).

 

 Refereed Book Chapters

  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle.  2007. “Why Do Conclusions from the Experts Vary?”  In Bioterrorism: Confronting a Complex Threat. Andreas Wenger and Reto Wollenmann eds. Boulder, London: Lynne Rienner Publishers.
  • Pearson, Alan, Marie Isabelle Chevrier and Mark Wheelis, “Introduction” in Alan Pearson, Marie Isabelle Chevrier, and Mark Wheelis eds.  2007.  Incapacitating Biochemical Weapons:  Promise or Peril?, Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books.
  • Pearson, Alan, Marie Isabelle Chevrier and Mark Wheelis “Conclusion and Recommendations” in Pearson, Alan, Marie Isabelle Chevrier, and Mark Wheelis eds.  2007.  Incapacitating Biochemical Weapons:  Promise or Peril?, Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle and James F. Leonard “Biochemicals and the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention.”  2007.  in Pearson, Alan, Marie Isabelle Chevrier, and Mark Wheelis eds.  2007.  Incapacitating Biochemical Weapons:  Promise or Peril?, Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle.  2006. “The Politics of Biological Weapons Disarmament.” In Deadly Cultures: Biological Weapons Since 1945, eds. Mark Wheelis, Lajos Rozsa and Malcolm Dando.  Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle.  2002.  “Chemical and Biological Weapons Arms Control.” In Arms Control: Cooperative Security in A Changing Environment Jeffrey A. Larsen ed.  Boulder, London: Lynne Rienner Publishers.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle. 2000. “Strengthening the Biological Weapons Arms Control Regime.” In Biological Warfare: Modern Offense and Defense, ed. Raymond A. Zilinskas. Boulder, Colorado: Lynne Rienner Publishers.
  • Pearson, Graham S., and Marie I. Chevrier. 1999. “An Effective Prohibition of Biological Weapons.” In Biological Weapons: Limiting the Threat. CSIA Studies in International Security, ed. Joshua Lederberg. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle, and Amy E. Smithson. 1996. “Preventing the Spread of Arms: Chemical and Biological Weapons.” In Arms Control: Toward the 21st Century, eds Jeffrey A. Larsen and Gregory J. Rattray. Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers.

 

Chapters in Edited Volumes of Conference Proceedings

  • Chevrier, Marie Chevrier.  2007 “Biological Weapons Terrorism and Transparency” in Understanding and Responding to the Terrorism Phenomenon, Ozgur Nikbay and Suleyman Hancerli, eds. IOS Press, Amsterdam.  Proceedings of the Conference: Understanding and Responding to Terrorism: A Multi-dimensional Approach. Washington D.C. September.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle. 2002. “The Paradoxes of Biological Terrorism.”  In Implications of 9/11 on International Security and the Path Forward to Peace, James Brown ed.  Proceedings of the 12th Annual International Arms Control Conference. Sandia National Laboratory.
  • Chevrier, Marie I.  2001. “Compliance Measures for the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention Protocol.”  In Biosecurity and Bioterrorism, Mario Trapani ed.  Rome: Istituto Diplomatico Mario Toscano. Villa Madama, Rome, Italy.  Proceedings of Conference.
  • Chevrier, Marie I. 2001.  “Preventing Biological Proliferation: Strengthening the Biological Weapons Convention.” Annex in Biosecurity and Bioterrorism, Mario Trapani ed.  Rome: Istituto Diplomatico Mario Toscano. Villa Madama, Italy. Proceedings of Conference.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle. 2000.  “Towards a Verification Protocol.” In Verification of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention, eds. Malcolm R. Dando, Graham S. Pearson and Tibor Toth.  NATO ASI Series. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers. Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Studies Institute.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle. 2000.  “Verification Provisions in the Biological Weapons Convention.” Proceedings of the conference “Biosecurity and Bioterrorism” Istituto Diplomatico, Mario Toscano, Villa Madama, Rome, Italy. Organized by Landau Network-Centro Volta, Como, Italy, Unit of Policy Planning and Analysis of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Rome, Italy, in collaboration with International Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB), Trieste, Italy, and Forum for the Peace, Florence, Italy.  September 18-19.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle. 2000.  “Status of the Legally Binding Text by the Ad Hoc Group and Expectations for the Next Review Conference on the BWC.” Proceedings of the conference “Biosecurity and Bioterrorism” Istituto Diplomatico, Mario Toscano, Villa Madama, Rome, Italy. Organized by Landau Network-Centro Volta, Como, Italy, Unit of Policy Planning and Analysis of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Rome, Italy, in collaboration with International Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB), Trieste, Italy, and Forum for the Peace, Florence, Italy.  September 18-19.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle. 1999. “Arms Control Regimes Under Assault: Explaining the US Position in the Negotiations to Strengthen the Biological Weapons Convention.” In Entering the New Millenium: Dilemmas in Arms Control. Albuquerque: Sandia National Laboratory.  Proceedings of the 9th Annnual International Arms Control Conference. Sandia National Laboratory
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle. 1995. “From Verification to Compliance Assessment: Prospects and Challenges of the Biological Weapons Convention.” In Old Issues and New Strategies, ed. James Brown. Amersterdam: VU University Press.  Proceedings of the 5th  Annual International Arms Control Conference.  Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas.

 

Other Journal Articles

  • Scientists Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons (Contributing Author). 2010. “Biological threats: A matter of balance” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Web edition. http://thebulletin.org/web-edition/op-eds/biological-threats-matter-of-balance.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle.  2002.  “Waiting for Godot or Saving the Show?  The BWC Review Conference Reaches Modest Agreement, Disarmament Diplomacy No. 68, December 2002 / January 2003.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle.  2001.  “A Necessary Compromise” Arms Control Today 31(4, May).
  • Klotz, L. C., M. I. Chevrier, J. J. Dingerdisson, L. Pritchard, B. H. Rosenberg, M. Wheelis, and G. R. Wollet, 2000. Implementing the Biological Weapons Convention in the United States: what it means to the biopharmaceutical industry. Biopharm, August 2000, 46-48.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle. 1996. “Verification and the Biological Weapons Convention.” UNIDIR Newsletter 33/96 The Biological Weapons Convention Revisited, ed. Pericles Gasparini Alves. United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research.

 

Other Invited Publications

  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle, 2011.  “Arms Control” in Governing America: Major Decisions of Federal, State, and Local Governments from 1798 to the Present, Volume III, Paul J. Quirk and William Cunion Eds. New York, Facts on File Libray of American History.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle, 2010. “Arms Bans: Working Around Weaknesses” in A Gobal Agenda: Issues Before the United Nations, 2010-2011, Irwin Arieff, Ed.  New York, United Nations Association USA.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle, 2009.  “Implementation of Arms Control: CBW, Conventional and Small Arms” in A Global Agenda, Dulcie Lembach, Ed. New York: United Nations Association USA.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle, 2009. “The History of BTW Disarmament” in A Handbook of Biological and Toxin Weapons Arms Control, Kathryn Nixdorff, Noel Stott, and Malcolm Dando Eds. Geneva: The BioWeapons Prevention Project.
  • Rappert, Brian, Marie Chevrier and Malcolm Dando.  2006.  “In-depth Implementation of the BTWC: Education and Outreach” Strengthening the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention, Briefing Paper (2nd Series) No. 20.  Graham S. Pearson and Malcolm R. Dando, Series Eds. University of Bradford, Department of Peace Studies, Bradford, UK.
  • Rappert, Brian, Marie Chevrier and Malcolm Dando.  2006.  “The Life Sciences, Biosecurity and Dual Use Research: A Role Play of an Interactive Seminar”.  Available online at: http://www.projects.ex.ac.uk/codesofconduct/BiosecuritySeminar/Education/index.htm
  • Chevrier, M. I.  2002 “Biological weapons” in Encyclopedia of the United Nations, John Allphin Moore, Jr. and Jerry Pubantz eds.  New York: Facts on File Books.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle. With Ambassador James F. Leonard and Rajendra Aldis. 2002.  “The U.S. Government’s Interpretation of the BTWC”  Working Paper of the Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological Weapons.
  • Chevrier, Marie. 2001 “The Biological Weapons Convention: the protocol that almost was” in Verification Yearbook 2001 eds. Trevor Findlay and Oliver Meier. London: Verification Research, Training and Information Centre.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle. 2000.  “Assessing the Biological Weapons Threat” for the Panel on State Biological Weapons Threat, The 2000 Carnegie International Non-Proliferation   Conference: “New Challenges in Asia and America” March 16-17, 2000, Washington Marriott Hotel Washington, D.C. This publication was listed on the website of the US Department of State, International Information Programs, Arms Control and Non-Proliferation.
  • Hunger, Iris and Marie Isabelle Chevrier. 2000. “Questions of Compliance: The Case of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Control Regime” Geneva: Geneva Centre for Disarmament Studies.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle. 1999. “Preventing Biological Proliferation: Strengthening the Biological Weapons Convention.” In Preventing the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction: What Role for Arms Control? ed. Oliver Thränert. Bonn: Friedrich Ebert Stiftung.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle. 1999.  “The Threat of Chemical and Biological Terrorism is Exaggerated.” In Weapons of Mass Destruction, ed. Jennifer Hurley, Greenhaven Press.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle. 1998. “Doubts About Confidence: The Potential and Limits of Confidence Building Measures for the Biological Weapons Convention.” In Biological Weapons Proliferation: Reasons for Concern, Courses of Action, ed. Amy E. Smithson. Washington D.C.: The Henry L. Stimson Center.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle. 1997. “Conflict and Peacemaking in an Evolving World.” In Teaching About Conflict and Peacemaking: Syllabi from the Faculty Seminar Program, eds Saadia Touval and Pamela R. Aall. Washington D.C.: United States Institute of Peace.
  • Harris, Elisa D., Barbara Hatch Rosenberg and Marie Isabelle Chevrier. 1993. “Strengthening the Biological Weapons Convention” In Non-Proliferation and Arms Control: Issues and Options for the Clinton Administration.  Washington D.C.: Ad Hoc Working Group on Non-Proliferation and Arms Control, January.
  • Boehrer, John, and Marie Isabelle Chevrier. 1991. “Professor and Teaching Assistant: Making the Most of a Working Relationship.” In Preparing the Professoriate of Tomorrow to Teach: Selected Readings in TA Training, eds Nyquist et. al. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt.

 

Other Publications and Working Papers

  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle and Kerri West. 2006. “A Tale of Two Treaties: Banning Landmines and Biological Weapons.” International Studies Association, Chicago, Illinois.  Feb. 2007.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle.  2003.  Presentation at the Experts Meeting of the States Parties to the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention.  Non-Governmental Organizations presentations.  August 20.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle.  2002.  “The Politics of Biological Disarmament and the 2001 BWC Review Conference” presented to the International Studies Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, for the panel “The Biological Weapons Control Regime at a Crossroads” Wednesday 27 March.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle.  With Alexander Kelle. 2001. “Implementation Issues of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention Protocol,” a three day simulation for the NATO Advanced Study Institute.  Budapest, Hungary.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle. 2000.  “The Effect of the Presidential Elections on the US Position in the BTWC Negotiations.”  A Working Paper for the 14th Workshop of the Pugwash Study Group on the Implementation of the Chemical and Biological Weapons Conventions.  Geneva, Switzerland.  November 18-19.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle. 2000.  “An Update of the Structure of a BTWC Organization.” A Working Paper for the 13th Workshop of the Pugwash Study Group on the Implementation of the Chemical and Biological Weapons Conventions, Oegsteegt, The Netherlands. April.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle. 1998. “The Structure and Cost of a BWC Organization” Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological Weapons Verification, Working Paper. September.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle. 1997. “The Threat That Won’t Disperse: Why Biological Weapons Have Taken Center Stage” The Washington Post, Outlook Section, Sunday, December 21, C1.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle. 1997. “Strengthening the Biological Weapons Convention: A Negotiations Simulation” first conducted at the NATO Advanced Study Institute, Budapest, Hungary. July.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle. 1996. “Reservations to the Geneva Protocol” A Working Paper for the 5th Workshop of the Pugwash Study Group on the Implementation of the Chemical and Biological Weapons Conventions. Geneva, Switzerland. September.
  • Chevrier, Marie Isabelle 1995. “BW Arms Control: Countering Proliferation by Changing the Incentive Structure,” University of Texas at Dallas.Working Papers in Political Economy, No. 95-14, May.

 

Publications of the Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons (Contributing Author)

  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons. 2003. “UNMOVIC Could Help Resolve Future Biological Weapons Crises” August.
  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons. February 2003. “Urgent Advisory to the CWC States Parties on Law Enforcement under the CWC.”
  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons. October 2000. “Gradual Phase-In of Protocol Measures.”
  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons. July 2000. “Proposed Structure of the Organization to Implement the BWC Protocol, Addendum.”
  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons.  March 2000. “Transfers of Dual-Capable Items: Some Possible Compromise Provisions.”
  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons. March 2000, “Comments on the Triggers for Declaration of Vaccine and Other Production Facilities.”
  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical WeaponsWG, September 1999. “Working Paper on BWC Protocol Article VII.”
  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons. June 1999. “Views on Visits.”
  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons. June 1999. “On the Question of Outbreak Declarations under a Biological Weapons Convention Compliance Regime.”
  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons.  January 1999. “Means for Protecting U.S. Industry Within an Effective Compliance Regime for the Biological Weapons Convention.”
  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons. December 1998. “Aerosol Trigger.”
  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons. December 1998. “Visits: A Unified Concept.”
  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons. September 1998. “Visits are Crucial.”
  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons. “ September 1998.  “The Structure and Cost of A BWC Organization.”
  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons. September 1998.  “Declaration Triggers: Critique of the Rolling Text.”
  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons. February 1998. “Perspectives on BWC Compliance Regime Issues Affecting Industry.”
  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons. December 1997. “Making Random Non-Challenge Visits Friendly.”
  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons.  December 1997.  “Rapid Resolution of Questions that Might Arise During Nonchallenge Visits.”
  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons. December 1997. “Triggers for Declarations and Inspections/Visits Under a BWC Compliance Regime.”
  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons.  March 1997. “Declarations: Triggers and Contents.”
  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons. April 1996. “Proposals for the Fourth Review Conference of the Biological Weapons Convention.”
  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons. September 1995. “Industry and the Biological Weapons Convention.”
  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons. July 1995. Proposals for Technological Cooperation to Implement Article X of the Biological Weapons Convention.”
  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons. March 1995. “Working Paper Addressed to the Western Group. ‘
  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons. December 1994. “First Steps in Carrying Out the Mandate of the Ad Hoc Group to Strengthen the BWC.”
  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons. October 1994. “Estimate of the International Costs for a BWC Compliance Regime, revised.”
  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons. “July 1994, Beyond VEREX: A Legally Binding Compliance Regime for the Biological Weapons Convention.”
  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons. May 1993. “Progress in Identifying Effective and Acceptable Measures for a Compliance Protocol for the Biological Weapons Convention.”
  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons. November 1992.  “A Legally Binding Compliance Regime for the Biological Weapons Convention (comments on VEREX measures).”
  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons. March 1992.  “A Legally Binding Compliance Regime for the BWC: Refinement of Proposed Measures Through Trial Facility Visits.”
  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons. June 1991. “Measures under Consideration for the Action at the Third Review Conference of the Biological Weapons Convention.”
  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons. WG, February 1991. “Report: Implementation of the Proposals for a Verification Protocol to the Biological Weapons Convention.”
  • Federation of American Scientists’ Working Group on Biological and Chemical Weapons. WG, October 1990. “Report: Proposals for the Third Review Conference of the Biological Weapons Convention, revision.”