North Korea's Second Nuclear Test: Implications of U. N. Security Council Resolution 1874
DIANE Publishing, 2010 - 19 pages
Contents: (1) Introduction: Main Provisions of Resolution 1874; (2) Implementation of Sanctions: A. The Ban on Financial Transactions Related to North Korea┐s Trade in Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) and WMD Technology; B. Search of Sea-Borne Traffic; C. Inspecting North Korea┐s Air Cargo; D. The Ban on Financial Support for Trade with North Korea Except for Humanitarian Goods; (3) Implications of Resolution 1874: Trade, Aid, and Finance; Aid; Financial Support; Trade in Arms; Trade; North Korea┐s Proliferation, Nuclear and Missile Programs; North Korea┐s Policies and Internal Situation; (4) Assessments of UNSC Resolution 1718 (2006). Appendix: China┐s Exports of Luxury Goods to the DPRK.
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