Disarmament Diplomacy Issue No 82, Spring 2006
- Integrated Disarmament: a Prerequisite for
by Rebecca Johnson
Proposes a sustainable, integrated approach to disarmament and nonproliferation, taking nuclear weapons out of military doctrine and further restricting access to nuclear materials.
- Towards the BWC Review Conference:
Diplomacy Still in the Doldrums
by Nicholas A. Sims
Reports back from the December meeting of BWC parties and looks ahead to the challenges and opportunities facing the Sixth BWC Review Conference.
- Practical Steps to Accelerate BWC
by Daniel Feakes
Considers the obstacles to universality and proposes ways forward for the BWC.
- Small Arms and Light Weapons: Making the UN
Programme of Action work
by Rebecca Peters
A comprehensive review of the challenges facing governments and civil society at the first Review Conference on the 2001 Programme of Action on Small Arms and Light Weapons, opening June 2006.
- Cooperation and Defection in the Conference
by John Borrie
An unusual and thought-provoking analysis of the causes and dynamics of the impasse in the CD.
- Implementing Resolution 1540: What the National Reports
by Lars Olberg
Provides a summary and overview of the first national reports on preventing non-state access to WMD materials and technology, as submitted to the 1540 Committee.
- Industry and Nonproliferation: Don't
Neglect the First Line of Defence
by Matthew C. Fuhrmann
Argues for more attention to be paid to the role that companies can play in nonproliferation.
- Two Treaties to Contain Missile
by Thomas Graham and Dinshaw Mistry
Proposes two multilateral approaches to curbing missile proliferation.
- North Korean Denuclearisation: A Chinese
View of the Way Forward
by Hui Zhang
Provides a Chinese perspective on the North Korean situation and proposes a roadmap for denuclearisation of the peninsula.
- In the News
Executive Director and Editor: Rebecca Johnson
Deputy Director and Website Manager: Nicola Butler
Press Officer: Robin Bloomfield
Cover Design: Calvert's Press
Cover photo © J.Borrie 'Palais des Nations', 2005.
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