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The paper focuses on some aspects regarding Iran’s and the DPRK’s (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, or North Korea) nuclear issues during 2006-2013. It raises in particular the following questions: what were the main similarities and differences between Iran’s and DPRK’s nuclear issues; what types of similarities and differences existed in the UNSC resolutions on this issue; what were the main positions of the UNSC’s 5 permanent members on this issue.

In: Iran and the Caucasus

.louannas@umontreal.ca Abstract is article analyses, the complex relationship between Tehran, Beijing and Washington on the Iranian nuclear issue. Indeed, China’s policy towards Iran has often been described as ambiguous, in supporting Washington, on the one hand, while protecting Tehran, on the other hand. In this article, we

In: European Journal of East Asian Studies

only a functioning safeguards system can enable both pillars to coexist within the NPT regime. Other legal scholars have shared Joyner’s doubt on the legality of the conditional relationship between Art. IV and II NPT. Yaël Ronen in The Iran Nuclear Issue also doubts the legality of western states

In: International Community Law Review

sovereignty is a recurring key Chinese foreign policy concept that has influenced Chinese foreign policy and diplomacy since the 1950s. 35 In its official positions on the Iranian nuclear issue, China has thus always insisted on political dialogue (as opposed to sanctions) as the only way forward in solving

In: European Journal of East Asian Studies

Iranian nuclear program. Furthermore, China’s position is not burdened by the weight of the Cold War hangover that has imbued Russia’s position. Unlike Moscow, Beijing doesn’t need the prolongation or perpetuation of the Iranian nuclear issue as leverage to validate or consolidate its a great power status

In: Sociology of Islam

the Mid- dle East and beyond. It is, therefore, in this context that the Iranian nuclear issue must be considered. Concern around nuclear arms in Iran is compounded in Is- rael and the West. It is by far the gravest current point of tension be- tween the two parts. A confrontation between the U.S. (or

In: Iran and the Caucasus

, ‘Sanctions, Countermeasures, and the Iranian Nuclear Issue’, Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 42, 5 (November 2009), pp. 1393-1442. A new START to begin with Security and Human Rights 2010 no. 2 87 tactical nuclear weapons stored on the territory of certain European non-nuclear weapon states. 11

In: Security and Human Rights

and research programs focus only on the immediate needs of China's foreign policy, such as its countermeasures to the Iranian nuclear issue, or the Middle East peace process, the political crises in Sudan, Tunisia and Egypt, and so forth. Basic academic studies are stagnating. As Professor Su Changhe

In: Bustan: The Middle East Book Review

-opposition-group-and-military-sign-power-sharing-accord >, visited 17 September 2019. 2 See infra Section 3.3. For further references, see M. Dawidowicz, Third-Party Countermeasures in International Law (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2017) pp. 255–262; and N. Jansen Calamita, ‘Sanctions, Countermeasures, and the Iranian Nuclear Issue’, 42

In: Nordic Journal of International Law

-opposition-group-and-military-sign-power-sharing-accord >, visited 17 September 2019. 2 See infra Section 3.3. For further references, see M. Dawidowicz, Third-Party Countermeasures in International Law (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2017) pp. 255–262; and N. Jansen Calamita, ‘Sanctions, Countermeasures, and the Iranian Nuclear Issue’, 42

In: Nordic Journal of International Law