03.17 - PCS 119: IAEA, OPCW, ISU IAEA 1957provided to...

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PCS 119: IAEA, OPCW, ISU IAEA - 1957provided to ensure the peaceful use of nuclear energy - Dealt with verifying whether there was diversion of nuclear use - Deterring violations of the NPT through the risk of detection - First global on-site inspection system - Organization o 2 policy making body, dominant being board of governors, general conference o Secretariat-resonsible for enforcement of actions - Political nature o 1997 additional protocol o 13 members board selected based on merit - Members of iaea is not directly/guarantee membership from npt - Strengths and weaknesses: o It could not deter india and Pakistan from going nuclear though they were members o Failed to prevent iran, Iraq, north korea from failing to comply with npt agreements o Problem: dual use is a tricky subject and hard to prove o It does bring violations to world attention OPCW: - Membership is based on membership to cwc - General info: o Conference of state parties o Executive council
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o Secretariat—public relations type o Director general - OPCW struggles with finances as state parties are not consistent with their dues or reimbursements - Problems with implementation: o Failure for memberstates to meet deadlines o Shortcomings in verification and inspection activities
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course PACS 119 taught by Professor Cipolat during the Spring '08 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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