On-Site Inspection in Theory and Practice: A Primer on Modern Arms Control Regimes

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Appendix II

Basics of the Treaties and Agreements Cited in the Text, Listed Chronologically by Date of Signature

PROTOCOL FOR THE PROHIBITION OF THE USE IN WAR OF ASPHYXIATING, POISONOUS OR OTHER GASES, AND BACTERIOLOGICAL METHODS OF WARFARE (THE GENEVA PROTOCOL)

Restates the prohibition of the 1919 Versailles and 1922 Washington treaties against the use of poisonous gases and adds a ban on bacteriological warfare. Signed June 17, 1925; entered into force February 8, 1928.


THE ANTARCTIC TREATY

Internationalizes and demilitarizes the Antarctic Continent and provides for its cooperative exploration and future use. Signed December 1, 1959; entered into force June 23, 1961.


MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE U.S.A. AND U.S.S.R. REGARDING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A DIRECT COMMUNICATIONS LINK (“HOT LINE” AGREEMENT)

Ensures quick and reliable communications between the heads of governments of the two nuclear superpowers. Signed and entered into force June 20, 1963. Subsequent related agreements established two satellite communications circuits, with multiple terminals in each country (September 30, 1971), added a facsimile transmission capability (July 17, 1984), and upgraded facsimile capabilities (June 24, 1988).

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