3 edition of A nuclear-weapons-free zone in the Middle East found in the catalog.
A nuclear-weapons-free zone in the Middle East
by Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress in [Washington, D.C.]
Written in English
|Other titles||A nuclear weapons free zone in the Middle East|
|Statement||by Zachary Davis, Warren H. Donnelly|
|Series||CRS issue brief -- IB92041, Issue brief (Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service) -- IB92041, Major studies and issue briefs of the Congressional Research Service -- 1992, reel 14, fr. 01012|
|Contributions||Donnelly, Warren H, Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service|
|The Physical Object|
The growing pressure building in the Middle East could lead to concerted leadership for a Middle East nuclear-weapon-free zone. The IAEA has the technical knowledge for putting such a zone in place. (2). Now there needs to be leadership from within the Middle East states as well as broader international encouragement. View Academics in A Nuclear Weapons Free Zone in the Middle East on Any Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone for the Middle East, even if seemingly well-intentioned, would render Israel existentially vulnerable. Although such vulnerability might be prevented by instituting. VIENNA, Nov 20 (IPS) - A historic conference on the Middle East opened at the United Nations in New York on 18th November and will continue until 22nd November. The Conference on the Establishment of a Middle East Zone Free of Nuclear Weapons and Other Weapons of Mass Destruction is presided over by Ambassador Sima Bahous of Jordan.. This matter has been before .
This call was advanced in by the agreement of all States Parties to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) to hold a Conference on the establishment of a Middle East zone free of nuclear weapons and all other weapons of mass destruction, to be convened under the auspices of the United Nations. The vision of a Middle East nuclear-weapon-free zone is a good one and should be encouraged. But Shibley Telhami and Steven Kull leave out a critical element: getting from here to there. UNITED NATIONS, Nov 27 (IPS) - A longstanding proposal for a regional nuclear-weapons-free zone (NWFZ) in the Middle East – one of the world’s most conflict-ridden regions – has been kicked around the corridors of UN committee rooms since And as another effort to negotiate a legally-binding treaty concluded last week, there were lingering questions crying out for answers: how. In April , the latest agreement on establishing weapons‐free zones, the African Nuclear Weapons Free Zone Treaty (or the Treaty of Pelindaba), was signed in Cairo by more than 40 African.
The Middle East-focused meeting, which runs through Friday, marks the first session of a conference that will be held annually until a legally binding treaty for the nuclear-free zone is agreed. The UN chief hoped participants will be inspired by the example set by Latin America and the Caribbean, where the first zone was proposed in the. Thomas Graham is a former senior U.S. diplomat, who was involved in the negotiation of every single international arms control and non-proliferation agreement from to This includes SALT Treaties, the START Treaties, the Anti-ballistic missile (ABM) Treaty and the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. He was president Bill Clinton‘s special representative for Arms Control, Non. A Nuclear Weapons Free Zone in the Middle East. Consistclerk. Follow. 5 years ago | 10 views. A Nuclear Weapons Free Zone in the Middle East. Report. Browse more videos. Playing next. [BOOK] PDF Weapons Proliferation and War in the Greater Middle East: Strategic Contest. Silvain Remedius. Diverging views on a nuclear weapon-free zone in the Middle East. All states of the Middle East region except for Israel are parties to the NPT and have undertaken to accept comprehensive IAEA safeguards. Arab states of the Middle East maintain that the establishment of a NWFZ would contribute to the conclusion of a peace settlement in the region.
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The author, an Egyptian policy maker turned American academician, offers an in-depth analysis and proposals for a Middle East Nuclear Weapon Free Zone. He also provides A nuclear-weapons-free zone in the Middle East book survey of the Latin American NWFZ, a review of other regional proposals, and a convincing argument on the contribution of NWFZs to global by: Karem is eminently qualified to write on the role of Nuclear Weapons-Free Zones (NWFZs) in the processes of averting nuclear weapons proliferation, arresting the nuclear arms race, and eliminating the scourge of nuclear weapons.
Description: The establishment of a Middle East zone free of nuclear weapons, a concept more recently broadened to cover all weapons of mass destruction (WMD), has been before the international community for decades.
In this book, two experts from the region explore why the matter remains unresolved, and outline a comprehensive yet achievable roadmap to a Middle East free of WMD.
How might a nuclear-weapon-free zone (NWFZ) regime for the Middle A nuclear-weapons-free zone in the Middle East book be created. To address these A nuclear-weapons-free zone in the Middle East book, this study offers a viable alternative towards the prevention of nuclear weapons proliferation into the Middle East by implementing United Nations' resolutions () on the establishment of a NWFZ in the Middle East.
The Middle East is one of the most unstable regions in the world. Israel is widely believed to possess nuclear weapons, and its neighbors (Iran and Arab countries) have never accepted this strategic imbalance.
Since the mids they have called for making the entire Middle East a. relevant examples for the Middle East of nuclear-weapon-free zones include the Treaties of Tlatelolco in Latin America, Pelindaba in Africa, Rarotonga in the Pacific, Bangkok in South East Asia, and Semei in Central Asia.
They are all different, but they share some common. A WMDFZ in the Middle East should be strongly supported as an important contribution to global security and the nonproliferation regime. In the past, nuclear weapons free zones have proved a useful.
A nuclear-weapon-free zone for the Middle East was first proposed by Iran in [ 1 ] Iran’s last reigning monarch, Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, championed the idea of such a zone, perhaps as a way to enhance Iran’s leadership role in the region despite his own nuclear ambitions.
Similar to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, five Treaties on regional Nuclear-Weapons-Free-Zones require parties to conclude a comprehensive safeguards agreement with the IAEA.
These Treaties cover Latin America and the Caribbean, the South Pacific, Southeast Asia, Africa and Central Asia. Shalheveth Freier, ‘A Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone (NWFZ) in the Middle East and its Ambiance’, unpublished manuscript ().
An edited version of this paper was published as ‘A Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone in the Middle East and Effective Verification’, in Disarmament: A Periodic Review by the United Nations (), pp. 66–Cited by: 2. The Middle East Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone (MENWFZ) is a longstanding, United Nations-driven proposal to prohibit nuclear weapons in the Middle East.
On December 9,the UN General Assembly passed Resolution calling for a MENWFZ. Since then, many other resolutions have been introduced to reach the same accord. Get this from a library. A nuclear-weapons-free zone in the Middle East: background and issues. [Zachary S Davis; Warren H Donnelly; Library of Congress.
Congressional Research Service.]. In Mayall signatories to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty – including Iran – tacitly agreed to a nuclear weapons-free zone in the Middle East and called for a conference in in Finland. But Israel has refused to support a nuclear weapons-free zone.
The Conference on the Establishment of a Middle East Zone Free of Nuclear Weapons and Other Weapons of Mass Destruction held its First Session from 18. The Middle East is one of the most unstable regions in the world. Israel is widely believed to possess nuclear weapons, and its neighbors (Iran and Arab countries) have never accepted this strategic imbalance.
Since the mids they have called for making the entire Middle East a nuclear weapons free zone. Arab countries, led by Egypt, have never accepted this Israeli nuclear monopoly, nor has Iran.
Since the mids, they have sought, unsuccessfully, to pressure Israel to dismantle its nuclear arsenal, join the NPT and establish a Middle East nuclear-weapons-free zone (MENWFZ). A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE. In addition, it is doubtful that the much praised 2 Treaty of Tlatelolco, which established a nuclear weapons free zone (NWFZ) in Latin America, could serve as an acceptable precedent for the Middle East.
Two of the provisions of that Treaty, for instance, allow parties to “carry out explosions of nuclear devices for peaceful purposes, including explosions which involve devices similar to. A nuclear-weapon-free zone (NWFZ) is defined by the United Nations as an agreement which a group of states has freely established by treaty or convention that bans the use, development, or deployment of nuclear weapons in a given area, that has mechanisms of verification and control to enforce its obligations, and that is recognized as such by the General Assembly of the United Nations.
The Middle East is undergoing fundamental transformations that could change the prospects for a nuclear weapons‐free region. What is important today is to get a head start on technical elements to prepare the foundation for, and even contribute to, the right political by: First put forth by Egypt inthe Weapons of Mass Destruction-Free Zone (WMDFZ) proposal expanded on longstanding calls to establish a Nuclear Weapons-Free Zone (NWFZ) in the Middle East.
Both measures, intended to be pursued in parallel, have garnered broad international support but practical progress has since been elusive. A Middle East Free Zone The problem, of course, is pdf the Middle East has emerged as a nuclear proliferation hotbed.
Israel has held on to its nuclear weapons, refused to join the NPT. A Middle East Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone will be advantageous for all countries in the region, including Israel and Iran.
No country will have the insecurity of worrying about a possible nuclear war in the region, which would be destructive for all concerned.Mideast Ebook Weapon Free Zone (MENWFZ) Provisions The longstanding ebook for a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the region of the Middle East includes a UN General Assembly proposal that, pending and during the establishment of such a zone, states in the resion declare solemnly that they will refrain, on a reciprocal basis, from producing, acquiring or in any other way possessing nuclear.