Intelligence analyst Andrew O'Neil said in a 2003 article in the Australian Journal of International Affairs that terrorists would prefer to use biological weapons for three reasons: "First, [biological weapons] agents are far easier to acquire than nuclear weapons and produce the same killing impact as [chemical weapons].
What does AJIA stand for?
AJIA stands for Australian Journal of International Affairs
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See other definitions of AJIA
- American Justice Institute
- Amicale des Jeunes Internistes (French internist association)
- Area of Joint Interest
- Arthrite Juvénile Idiopathique (French: Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis)
- Association des Journées de l'Intendance (French stewardship association)
- Atelier Jazz Impro (French: Jazz Improvisation Workshop)
- African Journal of International Affairs
- All Japan In-Lineskate Association
- All Japan Inspectors Alliance
- Association of Iranian Journalists Abroad
- Alliance Judo Itteville Ballancourt (French judo club; now Alliance Judo Ballancourt)
- Arab Jordan Investment Bank
- Aboriginal Justice Implementation Commission (Manitoba, Canada)
- American Journal of Infection Control
- Association of Journalists at the International Criminal Court (The Hague, Netherlands)
- Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law
- African Journal of Information and Communication Technology
- Australian Journal of Indigenous Education
- American Journal of Islamic Finance
- Arab Jordanian Insurance Group
Samples in periodicals archive:
251-285; Robert Springborg, "Origins of the Gulf Crisis", Australian Journal of International Affairs, 44(1990)3, pp.