Europe and Iran: Perspectives on Non-Proliferation by Shannon N. Kile

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Reference is also made to the establishment, as agreed at the Thessaloniki European Council and described above, of a unit within the Council Secretariat entrusted with the monitoring of the consistent implementation of the EU strategy and the collection of information and intelligence, in liaison with the EU Situation Centre. Finally, the normative nature of the WMD strategy should be noted. 27 Furthermore, the Council ‘shall ensure that these principles are complied with’. The WMD strategy of December 2003, however, seems not to have been adopted in any of these three forms.

The fact that the initiative has been endowed with a review mechanism will serve to maintain a certain political momentum for it—a momentum that is likely to persist as long as the present focus on non-proliferation of WMD is maintained.

23 European Union, Council, ‘Presidency conclusions, Thessaloniki European Council, 19–20 June 2003’, 11638/03, Brussels, 1 Oct. 2003, POLGEN 55. 24 European Union, Council, ‘Presidency conclusions, Brussels European Council, 12–13 December 2003’, 5381/04, Brussels, 5 Feb. 2004, POLGEN 2. pdf>. THE EU WM D S TR ATEGY 35 III. The substance of the strategy The strategy consists of an introduction and three chapters. Chapter I describes the threats and challenges to international peace and security caused by proliferation of WMD.

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