INESAP conducted its third simulated negotiations of the Model Nuclear Weapons on May 12-13, 2010 with 35 international participants from different universities.
In four sessions, they negotiate Articles IX (Nuclear Weapons) and X (Nuclear Materials) of the Model Nuclear Weapons Convention (UN document A/62/650).
The upcoming workshop on Matching analytical sensitivities with proliferation signature concentrations in the environment will take place November 2-4, 2009, and is the culmination of the iGSE efforts of the last two years, during which several smaller workshops on specialised aspects of the remote detection problem were held.
The independent, international Weapons of Mass Destruction Commission (WMDC ), chaired by Hans Blix, launched its final report Weapons of Terror – Freeing the World of Nuclear Biological and Chemical Arms in June 2006.
The International Network of Engineers and Scientists Against Proliferation INESAP) launched its re-designed website today.
While bugs caused by the transfer are still going on, we apologize for any problems you might encounter in accessing specific contents. If you miss any old documents, please contact inesap [at] hrzpub [dot] tu-darmstadt [dot] de.
We are grateful to the individuals who made the re-launch possible:
On October 24, 2008, the UN Secretary-General addressed an East-West Institute side event held during the UN General Assembly. In his speech The United Nations and Security in a Nuclear-Weapon-Free World, Ban Ki-moon offered a five-point proposal "to revitalize the international disarmament agenda" in which he suggested building on the existing Model Nuclear Weapons Convention: