Arms Control and Disarmament
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||Arms Control and Disarmament
||John H. Kim, Esq.
445 5th Ave.
New York, NY 10016
W: (212) 679-3482
Dr. Leopoldo G. Lovelace, Jr.
California State Polytechnic University at Pomona
P.O. Box 52373
Irvine, CA 92619
W: (949) 387-5800
F: (000) 000-0000
||The major focus of the Committee is to examine the nuclear weapon policies and practices of the nuclear weapon states and their impact on the development of international law regarding arms control and disarmament of nuclear weapons. In this context, the Committee plans to address the question of whether and how an international law norm is emerging on a general prohibition of the use of nuclear weapons, as well as on disarmament of nuclear weapons. In particular, the Committee is interested in U.S. policy and practice. The Committee sponsored a panel, “U.S. Nuclear Weapon Policy and the International Law on Disarmament” at International Law Weekend 2010.
||2012 Report on Arms Control and Disarmament Workshop: 20121027_ArmsControlPanelDiscussion.pdf
2011 Report on Arms Control and Disarmament Workshop: ILW_20111_ArmsControlPanelSummary.pdf
2010 Report on Arms Control and Disarmament Workshop: 2010_ArmsControlReport.pdf
Report of the Committee on Legal Aspects of Disarmament, by Louis Henkin, 1965-1966 Proceedings of the American Branch of the International Law Association 73 (1965-1966), available at: http://heinonline.org