The United States and Russia continue to clash at the UN Security Council over investigations.
States-parties to the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) at their annual meeting late last year welcomed progress on stockpile destruction in several states that possess chemical weapons, but continued to argue over chemical weapons use in Syria and express concern over emerging chemical threats.
Moscow had world’s largest chemical-weapons arsenal.
Panel Cites Syrian Regime in Sarin Attack
Russia’s vetoing of an extension on the mandate of the independent investigative body responsibility for investigating chemical weapons violation in Syria hides the fact that that it is dissatisfied with the body's findings.
Sarin Attack Prompts U.S. Strikes
Interview of Daryl Kimball by Nick Tabor of NYMag.com
Iraqi forces retook the University of Mosul, where the Islamic State group reportedly produced chemical weapons.