Weapons of mass destruction (WMD)

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Throughout history, countries involved in world and civil wars have been known to resort to the use of various forms of weapons of mass destruction (WMD). As a result, casualties from those wars (civilian and military) remain plagued with mental and physical injuries long after the wars ended, especially the effects of chemical and biological WMD. The United Nations and other organizations have joined together in an effort to develop international laws and regulations for the purpose of controlling production, distribution, use of, and access to WMD.

Discuss how international law has controlled the production, distribution, use of, and access to WMD.

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