James Revill is the Head of the WMD and Space Security Programmes at UNIDIR. His research interests focus on the evolution of regimes dealing with weapons of mass destruction, and he has published widely on this topic. He was previously a Research Fellow with the Harvard Sussex Programme at SPRU, University of Sussex, and completed research fellowships with the Landau Network Volta Centre in Italy and the Bradford Disarmament Research Centre in the UK. He holds a PhD focused on the evolution of the Biological Weapons Convention from the University of Bradford, UK.
James’ areas of expertise include biological weapons, biosecurity, bioterrorism, chemical weapons, chemical terrorism, chemical weapons convention, compliance, verification, and improvised explosive devices.
- Back to the Future for Verification in the Biological Disarmament Regime?
- Revitalizing the Conference on Disarmament: Workshop Report
- Space Dossier 8: Constant Vigilance? Verification and Monitoring for Space Security
- Assessing the SecBio Platform Proposal for the Biological Weapons Convention
- Stakeholder Perspectives on the Biological Weapons Convention
- Science and Technology for WMD compliance monitoring and investigations
- Advances in Science and Technology in the Life Sciences
- Missing Links: Understanding Sex- and Gender-Related Impacts of Chemical and Biological Weapons
- Compliance and Enforcement: Lessons from across WMD-Related Regimes