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Verification in an Age of Insecurity: The Future of Arms Control Compliance.

O'Neill, Philip

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Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2010. Hardcover. Dustjacket. 224 pp. (Terrorism and Global Justice). Condition : as new. - Verification in an Age of Insecurity takes the reader into some of the most urgent arms control issues facing the world community, including the nuclear activities of rogue states and threats from sophisticated non-state actors. In the book, national security expert Philip D. O'Neill, Jr. identifies and addresses issues from the resuscitated disarmament agenda, from the comprehensive test ban to fissile material and biological weapons. O'Neill examines the need for shifts in verification standards and policy suitable for our volatile era and beyond it. He surveys recent history to show how established verification procedures fail to produce the certainty necessary to meet today's threats. (Terrorism and global justice series). English text. Condition : as new. ISBN 9780195389265[KEYWORDS: RECHT, *2016-21 international law, Nuclear disarmament. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 31476

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Verification in an Age of Insecurity takes the reader into some of the most urgent arms control issues facing the world community, including the nuclear activities of rogue states and threats from sophisticated non-state actors. In the book, national security expert Philip D. O'Neill, Jr. identifies and addresses issues from the resuscitated disarmament agenda, from the comprehensive test ban to fissile material and biological weapons. O'Neill examines the need for shifts in verification standards and policy suitable for our volatile era and beyond it. He surveys recent history to show how established verification procedures fail to produce the certainty necessary to meet today's threats. Verification in an Age of Insecurity goes beyond a discussion of rogue states like North Korea to offer suggestions on how best to bring compliance policy up to date with modern threats.

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Philip O'Neill has decades of experience in international law and public policy issues as an international lawyer, arbitrator, law professor, and political advisor. His professorial experience includes teaching National Security law, initially at Boston College Law School and since 2001 at Boston University Law school, where he also previously taught an American Foreign Policy-related LLM course. In recent years he served both as Nomura Lecturer in Law at Harvard Law School in International Arbitration, and also as a visiting international law professor at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.

The author has long been active in Democratic politics, advising Senators and Presidential aspirants alike on foreign and defense policy issues. In the 2004 election campaign, for example, he served as a Senior Policy Advisor and as Chairman of a Kerry campaign Foreign Policy Task Force. In addition to his private legal practice as a Partner in the Boston office of Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge LLP, Mr. O'Neill is currently a Senior Fellow at the Truman Project, and is a member of the National Security Network. He is also formerly the Vice Chair of the American Bar Association's National Security Law Committee, and an adjunct research fellow at the Center for Science and International Affairs at the Kennedy School of Government.

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