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Inquiry into Nuclear Non-proliferation and Disarmament

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On Thursday 17 September 2009, the Joint Standing Committee on Treaties tabled its report on Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament.

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This report is comprised of preliminary pages, 12 chapters and 8 appendices .

Report 106: Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament

Preliminary pages (PDF 148KB)
Contents, Foreword, Committee Membership, Terms of Reference, List of Abbreviations and List of Recommendations

Chapter 1 (PDF 166KB)
Introduction

Chapter 2 (PDF 215KB)
Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty

Chapter 3 (PDF 148KB)
Fissile Material Cut-Off Treaty

Chapter 4 (PDF 230KB)
The NPT and IAEA safeguards

Chapter 5 (PDF 310KB)
Fuel cycle multilateralisation

Chapter 6 (PDF 128KB)
Nuclear Weapons Convention

Chapter 7 (PDF 180KB)
Other treaties

Chapter 8 (PDF 159KB)
Iran and North Korea

Chapter 9 (PDF 87KB)
The Conference on Disarmament

Chapter 10 (PDF 88KB)
International Commission on Nuclear Non-proliferation and Disarmament

Chapter 11 (PDF 156KB)
2010 NPT Review Conference

Chapter 12 (PDF 126KB)
The role of Parliamentarians

Appendix A (PDF 40KB)
List of submissions

Appendix B (PDF 71KB)
List of Exhibits

Appendix C (PDF 36KB)
List of witnesses and public hearings

Appendix D (PDF 72KB)
Delegation program

Appendix E (PDF 78KB)
Nuclear Non-proliferation and Disarmament Treaties

Appendix F (PDF 43KB)
Enrichment plants

Appendix G (PDF 41KB)
Reprocessing plants

Appendix H (PDF 40KB)
Current multilateralisation proposals

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