The New Chemical Weapons Convention - Implementation and Prospects

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' [A] fine-grained, expert-level analysis of several of the most intricate legal and policy issues arising in connection with the 1993 Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC)[...] this book is an excellent addition to the literature ...' The American Journal of International Law, 94:1 (2000).
Part I: General Issues. 1. The Chemical Weapons Convention: A General Overview; M. Bothe. 2. The Negotiations on the Chemical Weapons Convention: A Historical Overview; J.P. Robinson. 3. On-Site Inspections as a Form of Verification in Arms Control Agreements; R. Hanski. 4. Verification in the `Global Commons': Existing Regimes; K. Stendahl. 5. The Law of IAEA Safeguards: A Framework for the Legal Problems of Chemical Weapons Verification? T. Lohmann. Part II: The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons. 6. The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons; A. de Guttry. 7. The Preparatory Commission for the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons; P. Gargiulo. 8. The Work of the Preparatory Commission, the Provisional Technical Secretariat and Preparations for Entry Into Force; T. Dunworth, et al. Part III: Destruction of Chemical Weapons. 9. The Destruction of Chemical Weapons and Chemical Weapons Production Facilities; R. Sutherland. 10 Old and Abandoned Chemical Weapons; T. Stock. Part IV: The Verification System. 11. Routine Verification under the Chemical Weapons Convention; T. Marauhn. 12. Challenge Inspections and Investigations of Alleged Use; T. Kurzidem. 13. Conflict Management and the Chemical Weapons Convention; T. Kurzidem. Part V: Special Problems. 14. National Trial Inspections and the Verification System of the Chemical Weapons Convention; R. Trapp. 15. Protection of Confidential Information and the Chemical Weapons Convention; E. Greco. 16. The Chemical Weapons Convention and Its Application in Time of Armed Conflict; A. Gioia. Part VI: Reactions to Non-Compliance. 17. Reactions to Non-Compliance with the Chemical Weapons Convention; A. Rosas. Part VII: The Chemical Weapons Convention and International Economic Relations. 18. Control By States Parties over Private Extra-Territorial Activities: Issues of Jurisdiction and International Responsibility; M. Gestri. 19. National Regulations on Export Controls and the Chemical Weapons Convention; T. Marauhn. 20. Economic and Technological Development and Trade in Chemicals; N. Ronzitti. Part VIII: Implementation of the Chemical Weapons Convention. 21. National Implementation of the Chemical Weapons Convention; M. Bothe. 22. Implementing the Chemical Weapons Convention in the EEC Context; T. Marauhn. Part IX: Conclusions. M. Bothe, et al. Index.