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Compliance Issues and Recourse

  • Berhanykun Andemicael
  • John Mathiason
Part of the Global Issues Series book series (GLOISS)

Abstract

We have earlier explained that verification is a means to determine whether a State is complying with its disarmament or non-proliferation obligations under a particular agreement. Compliance issues are, therefore, our first area for specific attention. Compliance measures become necessary only if the verification process detects significant violations. They result from a thorough evaluation of information at different stages: the analysis of information from declarations and other sources, from ongoing technical monitoring, from import/export monitoring and, ultimately, from on-site inspections.

Keywords

Security Council Chemical Weapon Compliance Measure Compliance Issue Economic Sanction 
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Notes

  1. 4.
    Alexander A. Pikayev, ‘Russian Implementation of the CWC’, in Tucker (ed.), Chemical Weapons Convention, pp. 35–7.Google Scholar
  2. 5.
    Amy E. W Smithson, ‘U.S. Implementation of the CWC’, in Tucker (ed.), Chemical Weapons Convention, p. 25.Google Scholar

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© Berhanykun Andemicael and John Mathiason 2005

Authors and Affiliations

  • Berhanykun Andemicael
    • 1
  • John Mathiason
    • 2
  1. 1.Energy Agency to the United NationsUSA
  2. 2.Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public AffairsSyracuse UniversityUSA

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