Legal opinions on the use and control of uranium weapons.
- 28 Kb - Format pdfUNHCHRSub-Commission resolution 1996/16
- 29 Kb - Format pdfUNHCHRSub-Commission resolution 1997/36
- 71 Kb - Format pdfAvril McDonaldAn analysis of the current state of IHL with regard to the use of DU - a conventional weapon with unconventional effects. Presentation from the 'Towards a Uranium Weapons Treaty' Workshop, UN Geneva, April 2008.
- 47 Kb - Format pdfProf. Manfred MohrThe legal avenues open to activists and states seeking a ban on the use of uranium in conventional weapon systems. Presentation from the 'Towards a Uranium Weapons Treaty' Workshop, UN Geneva, April 2008.
- 88 Kb - Format pdfProf. Manfred Mohr, IALANA, ICBUWA short report on the legal status of conventional uranium weapons. Supporting text from 'Banning Uranium Weapons' seminar, UN New York, Oct 8th 2008.
- 117 Kb - Format pdfAvril McDonald - Source: http://www.unidir.org/bdd/fiche-periodique.php?ref_periodique=1020-7287-2008-3-enDisarmament efforts have reaped a number of notable successes over the past years. These endeavours have not been completely random, but have generally aimed at putting beyond use and out of circulation weapons that may breach the law of armed confict (LOAC). States moved from banning chemical weapons in 1993 to outlawing blinding lasers in 1995, and then anti-personnel mines in 1997. The latest disarmament campaign has succeeded in prohibiting cluster munitions (for those states that join the 2008 Convention on Cluster Munitions). Which problematic weapons should be next in line for a treaty ban or restriction? Many believe that prime candidates are weapons containing depleted uranium.