The Bugs of WarCommentary by Pete du Pont
November 20, 2002
Ken Alibek, author of "Biohazard" and once the colonel in charge of the Soviet bioterrorism program, reminded us at a Hudson Institute conference on terrorism and weapons of mass destruction that "bioweapons . . . are cheap, easy to make and easy to use. In the coming years they will become very much a part of our lives."