Maritime Interdiction of Weapons of Mass Destruction

  title={Maritime Interdiction of Weapons of Mass Destruction},
  author={D. Guilfoyle},
  journal={Journal of Conflict and Security Law},
  • D. Guilfoyle
  • Published 2007
  • Political Science
  • Journal of Conflict and Security Law
This article examines current multilateral and bilateral efforts to interdict the maritime transport of weapons of mass destruction (WMD), their delivery systems and related ‘precursors’ used in their construction. The US-led Proliferation Security Initiative (PSI) has focused international attention on the proliferation of WMD, including proliferation by maritime transport. While the PSI’s Statement of Interdiction Principles focuses on existing bases of jurisdiction under domestic and… Expand
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