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Destructive practices - Ft. Sigrid Kaag, ex Syrian chemical disarmament chief

The dismantling of Syria's chemical arsenal amid its raging civil war has been heralded as a great diplomatic success. But with the unstable security situation and chemical materials still present in the country, has the risk of a chemical attack been completely eliminated? And how can the international community ensure that non-state actors comply with non-proliferation norms? Oksana is joined by Sigrid Kaag, the former head of the UN-OPCW mission for the dismantling of Syria's chemical weapons, to inspect these issues.


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