U.N. - Notes: Disarmament Today - Conference lyrics

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U.N. - Notes: Disarmament Today - Conference lyrics

The International Community Between Progress and Stagnation Marc Finaud From COCOM to Wa**enaar Agreement - First steps towards transparency in arms trade Arms Trade Treaty - the biggest success so far National regulations Embargos Norms and Rules Trade register Conclusion: Means are not necessarily efficient Arielle Denis Video introduction: Humanitarian impact of nuclear weapons A treaty to ban nuclear weapons, now! Humanitarian impact Stigmatization Obligation Role models Silvia Mercogliano Conference on Disarmament Question: War is business, how to make submarginal? - Reports that make firms unattractive. Nuclear Disarmament and Non-Proliferation at the Regional and Bilateral Level: Accomplishments and Way Ahead Tim Caughley Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons Locking ahead Drawing attention to the issue Pavel Podvig New START Regular data exchange Misguiding numbers Unambitious Too small scale Remarks: Achievements rather worrying - positive presentation seems too exaggerated. - True, less perceived threat leads to neglect of real danger. Naive to believe that ratified states abide - Public pressure and patience needed. Chemical and Biological Weapons Prohibition Virginia Gamba Non-proliferation of weapons of ma** destruction Progress is made! Karin Hjalmarsson Biological Weapons Convention Improving adaption to modern times Threat: Non-state actors Jean Pascal Zanders Chemical Weapons Convention Use of agents in Syria