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by Olivia Bosch,Peter van Ham

  • ISBN: 0815710178
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Olivia Bosch,Peter van Ham
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Brookings Press, Chatham House, and Clingendael (February 16, 2007)
  • Pages: 253
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Adopted in April 2004, UN Security Council Resolution 1540 obliges all states to take steps to prevent non-state .

Adopted in April 2004, UN Security Council Resolution 1540 obliges all states to take steps to prevent non-state actors. Olivia Bosch is associate fellow in the International Security Program at Chatham House (Royal Institute for International Affairs), London, and former UN weapons inspector in Iraq. Peter van Ham is director of the Global Governance Program at the Netherlands Institute of International Relations "Clingendael," the Hague and Professor at the College of Europe in Bruges, Belgium.

Global Non-Proliferation and Counter-Terrorism book. The impact of 1540 goes beyond setting new legal requirements

Global Non-Proliferation and Counter-Terrorism book. Adopted in April 2004, UN Security Council. The impact of 1540 goes beyond setting new legal requirements. Among the key questions is how the resolution will change the existing network of non-proliferation regimes. Will it merely reinforce requirements of the existing non-proliferation treaties?

In book: Global Non-Proliferation and Counter-Terrorism, Publisher: Clingendael Institute and Chatham House .

Cite this publication. Against this background, UNSCR 1540 was passed in April 2004, to try to address the inadequacies of existing measures and the particular challenge of controlling WMD proliferation by non-state actors.

As acknowledged by the Security Council, the full implementation of these obligations remains a challenge and a long-term task. 136, in: Olivia Bosch and Peter van Ham: Global Non-Proliferation and Counter-Terrorism. It requires continuous efforts at national, regional and international levels. The 1540 Committee is encouraged by the many different ways Member States have supported this cause. These include providing direct financial contributions, hosting events,and sharing expertise with others to help build capacity for full implementation. The Impact of UNSCR 1540", Brookings, Chatham House, Clingendael, e Hague, 2007.

Part I: UN Security Council Resolution 1540, Context and Non-State Actors. Chapter 2: The UN's Counter-Terrorism Efforts: Lessons for UNSCR 1540. Chapter 1: Global Non-Proliferation and Counter-Terrorism: The Role of Resolution 1540 and Its Implications. Chapter 3: UNSCR 1540 and the Scientific Community as a Non-State Actor. Chapter 4: Motivations and Means: Scientists in Apartheid South Africa's Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Weapons Programs and Relevance for UNSCR 1540. Part II: UNSCR 1540 and Existing Controls, Organizations, and Treaties.

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United Nations Security Council resolution 1540 was adopted unanimously on 28 April 2004 regarding the non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.

Brings together scholars and policymakers to examine the impact of UN Security Council Resolution 1540 on the .

Brings together scholars and policymakers to examine the impact of UN Security Council Resolution 1540 on the bioscientific community, the Chemical Weapons Convention, the IAEA, trade and customs, and initiatives. Provides an overview of a wide range of new policy-related questions arising from UNSCR 1540's future implementation and d by publisher.

Adopted in April 2004, UN Security Council Resolution 1540 obliges all states to take steps to prevent non-state actors, especially terrorist organizations and arms traffickers, from acquiring weapons of mass destruction and related materials. The United Nations placed itself firmly in the center of one of the world's key international security challenges.

Global Non-Proliferation and Counter-Terrorism brings together renowned scholars and policymakers to examine a wide range of new policy-related questions arising from the resolution's impact on the bio-scientific community, the Chemical Weapons Convention, the IAEA, trade and customs, and counter-proliferation initiatives such as the Proliferation Security Initiative (PSI). The impact of 1540 goes beyond setting new legal requirements. It focuses on enforcement not only nationally but also internationally, pressing all states to place their own houses in order. Among the key questions is how the resolution will change the existing network of non-proliferation regimes. Will it merely reinforce requirements of the existing non-proliferation treaties? Or will it offer a legal framework for counter-proliferation activities and other measures to enforce the non-proliferation network? This book provides an overview of the novel policy questions UNSCR 1540's future implementation and enforcement will offer for years to come. Contributors include Jeffrey Almond, Thomas J. Biersteker (Brown University), Olivia Bosch (Chatham House), Gerald Epstein (CSIS), Chandré Gould (Center for Conflict Resolution, Cape Town )], Ron Manley (former OPCW Director of Verification) Sarah Meek (ISS), Siew Gay Ong (Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Singapore), Elizabeth Prescott (AAAS Congressional Fellow), Tariq Rauf (IAEA), Will Robinson (World Customs Organization), Roelof Jan Manschot (Eurojust), Peter van Ham (Netherlands Institute of International Relations), Ted Whiteside (NATO), and Angela Woodward (VERTIC).