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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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Arms Control and Disarmament Law: V. 3. Future Legal Restraints on Arms Proliferation

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ISBN13: 9789211007244
ISBN: 9211007240
Published: October 1996
Publisher: United Nations
Format: Paperback
Price: £34.00

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From the perspectives of international security, international relations, the eradication of terrorism, harmonious trading practices, humanitarian concerns and the preservation of the environment, the problem of arms proliferation is a central issue. This text discusses the legal aspects of means of solving this problem.

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Part 1 New directions: current legal and policy issues; regimes especially difficult to verify; the significance of the NPT extension; the anti-proliferation impact of CTBT; humanitarian law perspectives.
Part 2 Treaty law issues.
Part 3 Overarching considerations.
Part 4 Regional approaches.
Part 5 Implementation issues.
Part 6 Symposium on ongoing proliferation challenges.