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Wednesday, 22 January 2014

Council on Foreign Relations 1999 Report on Non Lethal Weapons

The Council on Foreign Relations commissioned a report back in 1999 to look at the use of non lethal weapons in armed conflict situations. From the article, Non-Lethal Technologies: Progress and Prospects
Reports indicate that Russia, the United Kingdom, France, Italy, and Israel have developed or are developing significant non-lethal capabilities.

Electromagnetic pulse and radio frequency weapons could have disabled Serbian air-defense and other military electronic systems.

Serbian military headquarters and other sensitive buildings might have been rendered temporarily unusable by the precise delivery of revolting smells.

Radio frequency or microwave technologies to stop vehicles or disable electronics. • Acoustic and directed-energy technology designed to interfere with local communications, to disorient, to set up buffer zones, to deny access, or to repel mobs.

They admit their weapons can blow out electronics and send unusual smells to people.

Other interesting files can be viewed at

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