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National Strategy to Combat Weapons of Mass Destruction

Published December 11, 2002

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National Strategy to Combat Weapons of Mass Destruction

Published a few months after the National Security Strategy, this document details the U.S. Government's plan for protection and response regarding chemical, biological and nuclear weapons. The strategy outlines "three pillars": counterproliferation, "strengthened nonproliferation", and "consequence management to respond to WMD use".

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