Toxic Loophole: Israel refuses to give up chemical weapon stock

A potential forceful intervention in Syria was avoided in September, after the government agreed to destroy its toxic arsenal. Efforts to rid the Middle East of chemical weapons are being held up by Israel and Egypt’s refusal to join the international convention. But, with Syria now on-board, there’s little space left for countries to maneuver – as Paula Slier explains.

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