16 Oct 2018
Chemiewaffeneinsätze aufklären und ahnden – Syrien als Testfall für das Weltrechtsprinzip?
Alexander Kelle, IFSH, June 2021 (in German)
The EU’s Chemical Weapons Sanctions Regime: Upholding a taboo under attack
Dr Clara Portela and Dr Erica Moret, European Union Institute for Security Studies, July 2020
Countering the Use of Chemical Weapons in Syria: Options for Supporting International Norms and Institutions
Una Becker-Jakob, EU Non-Proliferation and Disarmament Papers, no. 63, SIPRI, June 2019
Beyond Obama’s Red Lines: the Syrian Arab Army and Chemical Warfare
Can Kasapoğlu, German Institute for International and Security Affairs, June 2019
Preventing the Re-Emergence of Chemical Weapons
Jean Pascal Zanders, European Union Institute for Security Studies, April 2019
Chemical Weapons Attacks: The End of Anonymity
Oliver Meier, German Institute for International and Security Affairs, August 2018
Are Chemical Weapons Forbidden? (L’interdiction des armes chimiques en question) (in French)
Benjamin Hautecouverture, Note de la FRS, No.2/2018, March 6, 2018, 8pp.
The Danger of Chemical Weapons in Syria
Oliver Meier, SWP Comments, 4pp. April 2016
100 years of chemical weapons and the future of the OPCW
Wilton Park conference Report, The Hague, Monday 15 June 2015 | WP1408, 2 October 2015
Export of dual-use chemicals to Syria: an assessment of European Union export controls
Ian Anthony, NP paper No.35, January 2014, 14p.
The Geneva Agreement on Syria’s Chemical Disarmament: An Important Milestone
Marc Finaud, Web Editorial, GCSP, 17 September 2013
It’s Time to Revisit Iraq as Syria Offers Up Its Chemical Weapons Arsenal
Paul Schulte, Radio Broadcast, September 10, 2013
Syrian chemical weapons: from horror to diplomacy?
Bernard Sitt, The Non-Proliferation Monthly's Editorial, September 2013
The Syria vote in the British parliament
Ian Anthony, Experts Comments, August 30, 2013