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Arms control law cannot be considered in isolation from arms control more generally, which remains an integral part of any developed international security policy. Current concerns as to whether arms control law is in crisis should lead to reflection on both its positive achievements and its...
This article examines the judgment on the merits of the International Court of Justice in the Case Concerning Oil Platforms which was delivered on 6 November 2003. It first sets out the background to the case, reviewing how the dispute between the United States of America and Iran originated and...
Writing about the effectiveness of international supervision in arms control law presupposes a view on each of the following topics: what constitutes ‘the law of arms control’, what is meant by ‘(international) supervision’ of arms control law, and if or how (degrees of) ‘effectiveness’ can be...
This article examines the legal responsibilities of states and international organisations that undertake military interventions on behalf of vulnerable minorities in the region in which the intervention takes place. It will focus on responsibilities towards the local population. It takes as its...
The North Korean nuclear issues have exposed the international community to a great proliferation risk for more than ten years. They have grown particularly serious since North Korea (Democratic People's Republic of Korea, DPRK) reportedly admitted in October 2002 that it had clandestinely...
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