Geoffrey Chapman is a PhD student at King’s College London and a research assistant at the Centre for Science and Security Studies (CSSS). His research focuses on CBRN non-proliferation issues and knowledge management. His current research includes co-authoring a paper on the future of the Chemical Weapons Convention. Previously published papers include comparing Islamic State and Jabhat al-Nusra chemical weapons usage and a co-authored paper on the lessons that future actors may learn from the use of chemical weapons within Syria.
Content by Geoffrey Chapman
Chemical spill over: How the upcoming OPCW report on Syria could impact nuclear arms control
The outcome of investigations into chemical weapons use in Syria could drive another wedge between the P3 and the Assad regime’s diplomatic allies: Russia, China and Iran.