How countries can build on UNSCOM’s legacy to solve today’s problems

By Ioan Tudor | July 21, 2021

CH53G helicopters were provided to UNSCOM by the German Bundeswehr. The Commission's inspection teams needed rapid transport within Iraq, particularly for no-notice inspections and aerial surveillance. (Henry Arvidsson / UNSCOM)

How countries can build on UNSCOM’s legacy to solve today’s problems

By Ioan Tudor | July 21, 2021

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Footnotes

[1] General Assembly resolution 42/37 (C) of 30 November 1987. Reaffirmed by Security Council resolution 620 (1988)

[2] Paragraph 18, SGM Guidelines and Procedures (A/44/561)

[3] 2021, Gabriele Kraatz-Wadsack, Monitoring and verification in the biological-weapons area, The Nonproliferation Review

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