|Subject:||Environmental issues; chemical weapons|
|Series:||America's Defense Monitor|
|Producer:||Sanford Gottlieb, Center for Defense Information|
|Distributor:||The Video Project|
|Description:||With the end of the cold war, the United States and the former Soviet Union have agreed to destroy most of their chemical weapons. But how can these highly toxic chemical agents be destroyed without causing harm to people or the environment? This video looks at this problem. There are eight sites in the United States where chemical weapons were produced and will be destroyed, including a site on Johnston Atoll.|
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