Chemical weapons have made a comeback with deadly nerve agents being used recently by Russia, Syria, and North Korea against perceived "enemies of the state." A new generation of chemical weapons that incapacitate instead of kill their victims are also under development. How can the 1993 Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC), which bans the development and use of chemical weapons, address these new challenges?
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