IEDs and Terrorism: An Update

By Andy Oppenheimer The threat of IEDs implanted and detonated by terrorist groups had appeared to have declined slightly since 2018. That said, some reporting...

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By Patrick Norén CBNW Magazine Editor Patrick Norén discusses landmine and ERW contamination in the mountainous Central Asian republic of Tajikistan. A decade of instability following independence from the Soviet Union has left the Central Asian republic of...

IEDs: Live Agent and Delivery System Developments

By Fritz Pfeiffer Researcher at the Büro für Umweltgeologie & Sicherheitsforschung in Germany Fritz Pfeiffer discusses results from recent IED trials with simulants and the challenges they pose. Nowadays we frequently observe less than satisfactory stories on the...

Weapons Technical Intelligence Laboratory 

By Indra Australia Indra delivers two deployable forensic laboratories for the analysis of improvised explosive devices (IEDs). Improvised explosive devices (IEDs) are the major source of casualties in current operations and are likely to remain the weapon of...

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Non-Proliferation

By Andy Oppenheimer The threat of IEDs implanted and detonated by terrorist groups had appeared to have declined slightly since 2018. That said, some reporting may have been overshadowed by Russia’s ongoing full-scale invasion of Ukraine and...

OPCW News February 2024

OPCW Director-General receives Armenia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Discussion highlights the importance of upholding the norm against chemical weapons and tackling emerging challenges related to the implementation of the Convention. Click here to read more. OPCW Director-General receives Argentina’s...

VX Nerve Agent Incident: Lessons Learned, Best Practices, and the Challenges Ahead

By Dr. Raja Subramanian The 2017 VX nerve agent incident in Malaysia stands as a poignant demonstration of the catastrophic capability of asymmetrical chemical weapon threats, underscoring the critical necessity for increased attentiveness in averting and addressing...

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El Terrorismo Radiológico: Una Amenaza Latente 

Por Dra. Brigith Sierra La Dra. Brigith Sierra discute las formas en que las amenazas radiológicas podrían manifestarse en el futuro. El terrorismo puede ser definido como el “uso de violencia, ya sea uso efectivo o amenaza, por...
Por Col. Juan Fernando Carmona Cardona El Col. Juan Carmona presenta la Brigada de Ingenieros de Atención y Prevención de Desastres del Ejército de Colombia. La preparación de los Ejércitos y Organismos Nacionales encargados de brindar sus servicios...

80 Años de Desafíos y Evolución Constante en DQBRN del Ejército Brasileño

De Col. Alexandre Vasconcelos El año 2023 marca los 80 años de la defensa química, biológica, radiológica y nuclear (DQBRN) del Ejército Brasileño (EB), siendo una valiosa oportunidad para una amplia reflexión acerca de su historia, estructura...

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IEDs and Terrorism: An Update

By Andy Oppenheimer The threat of IEDs implanted and detonated by terrorist groups had appeared to have declined slightly since 2018. That said, some reporting...

OPCW News February 2024

OPCW Director-General receives Armenia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Discussion highlights the importance of upholding the norm against chemical weapons and tackling emerging challenges related to...

VX Nerve Agent Incident: Lessons Learned, Best Practices, and the Challenges Ahead

By Dr. Raja Subramanian The 2017 VX nerve agent incident in Malaysia stands as a poignant demonstration of the catastrophic capability of asymmetrical chemical weapon...

USAMRIID: Readiness and Preparedness Through Education and Training 

By Robert von Tersch et al. Experts at the USAMRIID introduce their work in training and educating Service Members on the medical management of biological...

NCT América del Sur 2024 Takes Place in Bogotá, Colombia

By NCT Consultants Bogotá, Colombia, February 6-8, 2024 - The sixth edition of the only CBRNe conference, exhibition, and trainings series in South America has...

Logos Imaging: Seeing the Unseen Threat 

By Piotr Bebenek Piotr Bebenek discusses the changing nature of war and IED use after 9/11, and introduces Logos Imaging’s range of portable X-ray systems. If...

Man Versus Bio-Bugs: The Challenges in MCMs

By Dr. Joy Calayo Professor of Microbiology and Public Health Dr. Joy Calayo discusses the use of medical countermeasures during COVID-19, arguing that a “nation’s...

Demining Mountains: Tajikistan’s Struggle Against Landmine Contamination 

By Patrick Norén CBNW Magazine Editor Patrick Norén discusses landmine and ERW contamination in the mountainous Central Asian republic of Tajikistan. A decade of instability following...

El Terrorismo Radiológico: Una Amenaza Latente 

Por Dra. Brigith Sierra La Dra. Brigith Sierra discute las formas en que las amenazas radiológicas podrían manifestarse en el futuro. El terrorismo puede ser definido...

OPCW News January 2024

Azerbaijan contributes €20,000 to OPCW training activities The contribution will support training activities at the OPCW Centre for Chemistry and Technology. Click here to read the...

PROACTIVE: For an Inclusive CBRNe Preparedness and Response

By Grigore Havarneanu PROACTIVE coordinator Grigore Havarneanu discusses the main results and outputs of the four-year-long project to make CBRNe preparedness and response more inclusive. PROACTIVE...

Interview with Mr. Michael Bailey, Director of DEVCOM CBC 

By CBNW Magazine The Director of the U.S. Army Development Command’s Chemical Biological Center Mr. Michael Bailey discusses the Center’s main activities, priorities, challenges, and...