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Biological Warfare: Pros and Cons

Amit Agnihotri


Biological warfare refers to the use of biological toxins, any infectious agent including bacteria, fungi or virus which in any way can cause injuries to animals, plants and importantly humans as an act of war. Such weapons or entities or living organisms are said to have the potential to be replicated or reproduced inside the host victims. These weapons may be used in different forms such as to obtain strategic or planned advantage over threats, deployments and adversaries.

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