Hampton Roads International Security Quarterly

Quarterly publication examing cohesion and mutual interests of the United States and Europe.

Articles from No. IV, October 15

Arms Control, Deterrence, and Preemption in the Fight against Proliferation
TESTIMONY OF LARRY M. WORTZEL, Ph.D. VICE PRESIDENT AND DIRECTOR THE KATHRYN AND SHELBY CULLOM DAVIS INSTITUTE FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDIES THE HERITAGE FOUNDATION BEFORE THE HOUSE ARMED SERVICES COMMITTEE UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES REGARDING...
Counter-Terrorism and Human Rights Less Liberty for Greater Security?
Speech by Minister of State Kerstin Mller at the opening of the International Commission of Jurists Biennial Conference on Human Rights and Counter-Terrorism, Berlin, 27 August 2004 It is my pleasure to welcome you here on behalf of the Federal Foreign...
Europe, America and the "War on Terror"
The Iraq War and its aftermath has found the United States profoundly at odds with some of its European allies, led by France and Germany, over the nature of the terrorist threat and the best way to fight it. The Spanish elections, concurrent with opinion...
EU Strategy against Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction
Introduction1. The proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and their means of delivery such as ballistic missiles are a growing threat to international peace and security. While the international treaty regimes and export controls arrangements have...
International Law: The Ongoing Transformation
Remarks by Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Yuri Fedotov at the Opening of the Conference on the Role of International Law in the New Conditions of the Peace and Security of the Peoples, St. Petersburg, June 24, 2003Our conference...
Just War Theory and International Law Enforcement: A Reflective Equilibrium
Introduction I once attended a conference at which a philosopher attempted to justify the war against terrorism, particularly the ongoing war in Afghanistan, in terms of standard just war doctrine. He analyzed the use of force by the United States and...
Preemption in the War against Terrorism
First public hearing of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States Statement of Abraham D. Sofaer to the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States March 31, 2003Those who were murdered on September 11,...
Proliferation Security Initiative: Statement of Interdiction Principles
The Proliferation Security Initiative (PSI) is a response to the growing challenge posed by the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction (WMD), their delivery systems, and related materials worldwide. The PSI builds on efforts by the international...
Resolution 1540 (2004)
Resolution 1540 (2004)Adopted by the Security Council at its 4956th meeting, on 28 April 2004The Security Council, Affirming that proliferation of nuclear, chemical and biological weapons, as well as their means of delivery,* constitutes a threat to...
UN Security Council Resolution 1540: The U.S. Perspective
Remarks at Conference on Global Nonproliferation and Counterterrorism: United Nations Security Council Resolution 1540, held at Chatham House, London, England October 12, 2004It is a genuine pleasure to be here among such distinguished panelists and...
Weapons of Mass Destruction as Challenge for German-American Relations
The year 2003 was a turbulent one for transatlantic relations. The advent of the fourth German membership in the UN Security Council coincided with a period of great differences of opinion between Germany and the US. The difference of opinion on the...