The Chemical Weapons Convention: Implementation, Challenges and Opportunities
Thakur, Ramesh and Chandan, Tejal (2006). The Chemical Weapons Convention: Implementation, Challenges and Opportunities. United Nations University Press.
Author Thakur, Ramesh
Title The Chemical Weapons Convention: Implementation, Challenges and Opportunities Volume/Issue No. 8 Publication Date 2006-06-26 Place of Publication Tokyo Publisher United Nations University Press Pages 8 Language eng Abstract The weapons of mass destruction are regulated by separate international treaties. The chemical weapons con- vention (CWC) profi ted from the experience of the other two treaties. It was fortunate also in its timing, being concluded during the optimism of the immediate post-Cold War years. Principles of universality, equality and non-discrimination have ensured greater participation in the CWC. It is unique in outlawing an entire class of weapons, instituting a comprehensive verifi cation regime, establishing its own implementing organization, and inte- grating the relevant industry into its programme of work. This policy brief, drawing on a recent book, examines the record to date of the CWC’s implementing agency as well as the challenges yet to be met. Copyright Holder United Nations University Copyright Year 2006 Copyright type Creative commons ISSN 1814802 ISBN 9280830252
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