7 May 2014
Myanmar and the Nonproliferation Regime
Author: Ralph Cossa, Brad Glosserman, David Santoro
Pacific Forum CSIS
This paper provides an overview of the Myanmar-US/UK Nonproliferation Dialogue held in February 2014 which addressed Myanmar's security concerns and their adoption and implementation of nonproliferation rules and norms.
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The Nuclear Nonproliferation Regime at a Crossroads
Author: Rose Gottemoeller, Harald Müller, Rebecca Johnson, Carlo Masala, Cameron S Brown, Ephraim Asculai, Tamar Malz-Ginsburg, Emmanuelle Blanc, Michael Nacht, Yair Evron, Anton Klophkov, Nir Reichental, Olli Heinonen, Jean Pascal Zanders, Jeremy Issacharoff, Shimon Stein, Shlomo Brom, Benjamin Hautecouverture
Institute for National Security Studies (INSS)
This volume includes a collection of articles which discuss the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and whether its position in the nuclear nonproliferation regime is at risk.
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3 Jan 2014
China and Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction and Missiles
Author: Shirley A Kan
Congressional Research Service (CRS)
This paper discusses China’s role in international weapons proliferation and US efforts to contain Chinese weapons supply activities since the mid-1990s.
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Southern Flows: WMD Nonproliferation in the Developing World
Author: Ellen Laipson, Keith Porter, Brian Finlay, O’Neil Hamilton, Alexander Chacón, Ochieng Adala, Al-Sharif Nasser bin Nasser, Ana Maria Cerini, Noramly bin Muslim
How has UN Security Council Resolution 1540, which is designed to prevent terrorists from ever using weapons of mass destruction, fared since its adoption in 2004, particularly in the Global South? This text traces how it has been implemented in six ...
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From Nuclear Weapons to WMD
Author: Harald Müller, Aviv Melamud, anna Péczeli
Fondation pour la Recherche Stratégique (FRS) /
Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (PRIF) /
International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) /
Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI)
This paper discusses including weapons of mass destruction in the existing 'limited' Nuclear Weapon Free Zone (NWFZ) approach, in order to create a new Weapons of Mass Destruction-Free Zones (WMDFZ) concept.
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