The Preeminent Threat
October 16, 2006
Biological weapons and materials, some of which are sitting in unguarded refrigerators, should at least be secured and accounted for, if not destroyed. This is especially true in former Soviet countries, though mutual concerns and suspicions dating from the Cold War regarding the biological facilities in the Russian Federation and the United States continue to this day. Thus neither country has allowed access to their bio facilities, and the lack of transparency and confidence has not diminished.