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Air Force Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) counterproliferation and survivability missions program
This redesign of the Chemical Regiment will help ensure that the Regiment is more strategically agile and that it can provide combatant commanders with scalable and tailorable units to support CBRN and CWMD operations, including weapons of mass destruction (WMD) counterproliferation, episodic threat and hazard response, and CBRN consequence management activities.
He is responsible to the secretary of the Air Force and the chief of staff for formulating policy supporting air, space, irregular warfare, counterproliferation, homeland security, weather, and cyber operations.
Tim Dowse, who was head of counterproliferation at the Foreign Office, said that, when he took up the post in 2001, Iraq was not seen as the main concern.
Tim Dowse, who was head of counterproliferation at the Foreign Office, told the inquiry that when he took up the post in 2001 Iraq was not seen as a major threat.
Tim Dowse, former head of counterproliferation for the UK foreign office, said they "did find some evidence of contacts between Iraqi officials and individual members of al-Qaeda in the late 1990s".
In recent commentary, Carolyn Leddy, a former National Security Council director for counterproliferation strategy, criticized the Hatoyama government's ''increasing security-policy schizophrenia,'' including its pursuant of an East Asian community that might shut the United States out.
Written for anyone interested in the development of American foreign policy, this book analyzes the failure of counterproliferation strategies and questions whether we are safer now than before 9/11.