1 edition of UN Security Council Resolution 1540 found in the catalog.
UN Security Council Resolution 1540
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||United Nations Security Council Resolution 1540|
|Statement||by Zahir Kazmi ; series editor, Maria Sultan|
|Series||Research report -- 35|
|Contributions||Sultan, Maria, South Asian Strategic Stability Institute|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||29 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||2011314812|
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This search culminated on Ap , when the UN Security Council unanimously enacted Resolution , a binding legal instrument to deal with new threats that traditional WMD policies could not adequately address. The rationale behind the resolution was to complement and reinforce existing treaties rather than replace them. Adopted in April , UN Security Council Resolution obliges all states to take steps to prevent non-state actors, especially terrorist organizations and arms traffickers, from acquiring weapons of mass destruction and related materials.
And, two, the resolution opens the door for the international community, through the Security Council, to penalize governments failing to abide by the resolution’s terms since was adopted under Chapter VII of the UN Charter. Vague Guidelines and Definitions. Suffice it to say that the Resolution is short on specifics. Cite this chapter as: Tobey W.H. () A History of United Nations Security Council Resolution In: Salisbury D., Stewart I., Viski A. (eds) Preventing the Proliferation of WMDs.
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In resolution (), the Security Council decided that all States shall refrain from providing any form of support to non-State actors that attempt to develop, acquire, manufacture, possess. UNSCR The Security Council, Acting under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations, Decides that all States, in accordance with their national procedures, shall adopt and enforce appropriate effective laws which prohibit any non-State actor to manufacture.
The Security Council was fully aware of these shortcomings when it adopted unanimously resolution in April On the other hand, it should be noted that resolution does not conflict. Resolution () Adopted by the Security Council at its th meeting, on 28 April The Security Council, Affirmingthat proliferation of nuclear, chemical and biological weapons, as well as their means of delivery,* constitutes a threat to international peace and security, Reaffirming, in this context, the Statement of its President adopted at the Council’s meeting at the level of Heads of State and File Size: 33KB.
 The UN Security Council Resolution contains the following definition for non-state actors: “Non-State actor: individual or UN Security Council Resolution 1540 book, not acting under the lawful authority of any State in conducting activities which come within the scope of this resolution.”.
Share In Aprilthe UN Security Council (UNSC) adopted Resolutionwhich establishes legally binding obligations on all UN Member States to have and enforce appropriate and effective measures against the proliferation of nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons (WMD), their delivery systems,including by establishing controls.
Fact Sheet. On 28 Aprilthe United Nations Security Council unanimously adopted resolution () under Chapter VII of the United Nations Charter which affirms that the. Committee Security Council Committee established pursuant to resolution Security Council Resolutions; Security Council Presidential Statements they may be posted on a United Nations.
On Ap the UN Security Council unanimously voted to adopt Resolutiona measure aimed at preventing non-state actors from acquiring nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons, their means of delivery, and related materials.
7 rows This is the United Nations site for the Committee. Here you will find information and. The Security Council adopts resolution () unanimously on 15 December Resolution () builds on resolution () and will facilitate its full and effective implementation.
- General Background: In Aprilthe UN Security Council adopted UN Security Council Resolutionestablishing for the first time binding obligations on all UN member states under Chapter VII of the UN Charter to take and enforce effective measures against the proliferation of WMD, their means of delivery and related materials.
United Nations Security Council Resolution () was adopted on 28 April The decisions in this resolution are legally binding on all UN Member States. UNSCR established the Committee and its experts, whose mandate have been extended by UNSC Resolutions (), () and () until 25 April A United Nations Security Council resolution is a United Nations resolution adopted by the fifteen members of the Security Council (UNSC); the United Nations (UN) body charged with "primary responsibility for the maintenance of international peace and security".
The UN Charter specifies (in Article 27) that a draft resolution on non-procedural matters is adopted if nine or more of the fifteen. Adopted unanimously by the Security Council at its th meeting, on 28 April The Security Council, Affirming that proliferation of nuclear, chemical and biological weapons, as well as their means of delivery, () constitutes a threat to international peace and security.
Reaffirming, in this context, the Statement of its President adopted at the Council’s meeting at the level of. Toggle navigation United Nations. العربية; 中文; English; Français; Русский; Español; Download the Word Document. Into counter the WMD terrorism threat, the United Nations Security Council unanimously passed Resolution under Chapter VII of the UN Charter.
If the resolution is comprehensively implemented by all states, the potential for terrorist access to these deadly technologies would diminish significantly now and for the foreseeable future. United Nations Security Council Resolution (), adopted on 28 Aprilseeks to prevent the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and their delivery systems by non-State actors.
On Apthe United Nations Security Council, acting under Chapter VII of the UN Charter, unanimously passed UNSC The resolution "decided that all States shall refrain from providing any form of support to non-state actors" attempting to obtain or use weapons of mass destruction, "adopt and enforce appropriate effective laws" to that effect, and "take and.
United Nations Security Council Resolution Dr. Lawrence Scheinman CNS Distinguished Professor, Director of UNIDIR Study: Implementing Resolution The Role of Regional Organizations. The James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies Monterey Institute of International Studies Johan Bergenäs Chapter author to UNIDIR book.
United Nations. Security Council Resolution. UNSCR UNSCR UNSCR is a key part of international efforts to prevent the proliferation of WMD, including to terrorists and other. non-state actors. UNSCRif fully implemented, can help ensure that no state or non-state actor is a source or beneficiary of WMD proliferation.Introduction This edited volume provides a fresh analysis for researcher and practitioners regarding United Nations Security Council resolutionthe status of its implementation, and its future by providing an original evaluation of progress in implementation and challenges faced during the resolution’s first decade.About the authors This edited volume provides a fresh analysis for researcher and practitioners regarding United Nations Security Council resolutionthe status of its implementation, and its future by providing an original evaluation of progress in implementation and challenges faced during the resolution’s first decade.