Ahana Basu Roy in her paper explores the usage of biological weapons and also the adverse forms of human experimentation, based on more contemporary case studies, and even certain conspiracy theories. She raises the issue of ethics of warfare and argues that the issue of biological warfare and human experimentation is intrinsically connected to war ethics and the international conventions should be followed by all conflictual state and non-state actors. By way of conclusion, she argues that the right of parties to an armed conflict to choose methods and means of warfare is therefore not unlimited.
- CSIRD launches the Young Scholars’ Internship Programme, 2020
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