Autor: Walter Krutzsch
ISBN-13: 9780199669110
Einband: Buch
Seiten: 768
Format: 251x177x50 mm
Sprache: Englisch

The Chemical Weapons Convention

Oxford Commentaries on International Law
A Commentary
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The Chemical Weapons Convention is one of the cornerstone disarmament and arms control agreements, and the only global and comprehensive disarmament treaty that is being verified by an international agency. This Commentary assesses the provisions of the Convention and its implementation, with cross-cutting chapters providing a broader analysis.
I. Introduction; I.1 History of the efforts to prohibit chemical weapons; I.2 Daniel Feakes: The adoption of the Convention and the work of the Preparatory Commission; I.3 Ralf Trapp: From the entry into force of the Convention to the Second Review Conference; I.4 Ralf Trapp: Looking into the future - the use of risk management concepts in decision making; I.5 Maarten Lak: Non-state security stakeholders; I.6 Caitriona McLeish: The need for a new governance approach - the role of civic society; II. Walter Krutzsch: The preamble; III. The Articles; III.1 Walter Krutzsch: Article I General Obligations; III.2 Walter Krutzsch and Ralf Trapp: Article II Definitions and Criteria; III.3 Ralf Trapp: Article III Declarations; III.4 Arend Meerburg and Paul Walker: Articles IV and V Chemical Weapons and Chemical Weapons Production Facilities; III.5 Mirko Sossai: Article VI Activities not prohibited under the Convention; III.6 Lisa Tabassi: Article VII National Implementation Measures; III.7 Walter Krutzsch and Treasa Dunworth: Article VIII The Organisation [for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons]; III.8 Thilo Marauhn: Article IX Consultations, cooperation and fact-finding; III.9 Thilo Marauhn: Article X Assistance and protection against chemical weapons; III.10 Thilo Marauhn: Article XI Economic and technological development; III.11 Guido den Dekker: Article XII Measures to redress a situation and to ensure compliance, including sanctions; III.12 Walter Krutzsch: Article XIII Relations to other international agreements; III.13 Article XIV Settlement of disputes; III.14 Article XV Amendments; III.15 Articles XIV- XXIV Final clauses; IV. The Annexes; IV.1 Ralf Trapp: The Annex on Chemicals; IV.2 The Verification and Implementation Annex; IV.2.1 Ralf Trapp: Overview; IV.2.2 Ralf Trapp and Walter Krutzsch: Parts I III General verification provisions; IV.2.3 Ralf Trapp: Parts IV.A, IV.B and V Chemical weapons, old and abandoned chemical weapons, chemical weapons production facilities; IV.2.4 Ralf Trapp: Parts VI IX Verification of activities not prohibited by the Convention; IV.2.5 Thilo Marauhn: Part X Challenge inspection; IV.2.6 Thilo Marauhn: Part XI - Investigations of alleged use; V.3 Eric Myjer: The Confidentiality Annex
The Chemical Weapons Convention is one of the cornerstone disarmament and arms control agreements, and the only global and comprehensive disarmament treaty that is being verified by an international agency. This Commentary assesses the provisions of the Convention and its implementation, with cross-cutting chapters providing a broader analysis.
Editiert von: Walter Krutzsch, Eric Myjer, Ralf Trapp
Walter Krutzsch is a retired lawyer. From 1984 he participated for the German Democratic Republic in the negotiations on the Chemical Weapons Convention; during three years as chairman of one of the three working groups of the negotiation committee. At the end of the negotiations he assisted the commission's chairman in drafting the final treaty text. Between 1994 and 1999he contributed to the work of the provisional Technical Secretariat of the OPCW.; Eric Myjer is Professor of Conflict and Security Law at Utrecht University (the Netherlands). Furthermore he is a member of the Dutch government Standing Advisory Committee on Issues of Public International Law and a member of the International Law Association's Committee on the Use of Force. He is co-editor in chief of the Journal of Conflict & Security Law. He is also Judge (locum) at The Hague Court of Appeal. He has written extensively on topics of arms control law like in Issues of Arms Control Law and the Chemical Weapons Convention

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Autor: Walter Krutzsch
ISBN-13:: 9780199669110
ISBN: 0199669112
Erscheinungsjahr: 01.08.2014
Verlag: Oxford University Press
Gewicht: 1485g
Seiten: 768
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Buch, 251x177x50 mm