Professor Ben Ouagrham-Gormley’s Recent Selected Publications

forthcoming. “Distributive Justice and Treaty Efficiency: Impact of Dual-use Research Restrictions on BWC Implementation.” International Negotiation, Vol.9, no.3.

forthcoming. “Restricted Science,” Sonia Ben Ouagrham-Gormley and Shannon Fye, Frontiers in Public Health,

“Barriers to Bioweapons: The Challenges of Expertise and Organization for Weapons Development.” Cornell University Press, 2014.

“Dissuading Biological Weapons Proliferation.” Contemporary Security Policy, December 2013.

“Dual-Use Research and the Myth of Easy Replication.” Journal of Disaster Research, Vol. 8, No. 4, pp. 705-713, August 2013.

Bioweapons Alarmism in Syria.” The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Online, October 4, 2013.

On Not Falling Prey to Biological Weapons Alarmism in Syria.Pandora Report, September 6, 2013,

“Banking on Nonproliferation: Improving the Efficiency of Counter-Proliferation Financing Policies.” Nonproliferation Review, 19(2), July 2012.

Barriers to Bioweapons: Intangible Obstacles to Proliferation.International Security, 36(4), Spring 2012.

The Pandora’s Box of Biology.The Global Studies Review, 8(1), May 2012.

Amerithrax Review: Lessons for Future Investigations.Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Online, November 1, 2011.

The Social Context Shaping Bioweapons (Non)proliferation.” (with Kathleen M. Vogel). In  Biosecurity and Bioterrorism: Biodefense Strategy, Practice, and Science, 8(1), March 2010.

Breaking Out of the CTR Mold?”  Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 66(1), January 2010.

An Unrealized Nexus? WMD-Trafficking, Terrorism, and Organized Crime in the Former Soviet Union.Arms Control Today, Vol. 37, July/August 2007.

Growth in the Anti-Plague System During the Soviet Period.Critical Reviews in Microbiology, 32(1), 2006.

What Non-Proliferation Policy for the Soviet Anti-Plague System?” (with Alexander Melikishvili, and Raymond A. Zilinskas). In Critical Reviews in Microbiology, 32(1), 2006.

Plagued with Errors: New Approaches Needed to Tackle Proliferation Threats from the Anti-Plague System.Arms Control Today, Vol. 36, March 1, 2006.