This sixth issue of Verification on the aspects of international arms control and disarmament agreements documents the developments in the field during 1995. It discusses the anniversaries of the Second World War, the atomic bombing on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and the United Nations.
1. Introduction 2. The Year in Context Part One: Arms Control 3. The 1995 NPT Extension Conference: Can the Treaty Survive the Outcome? 4. NATO, the EU, the WEU and Non-Proliferation 5. Regional Verification and the Integration of Latin America into the Non-Proliferation Regime 6. The Verification System of the African Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone Treaty 7. 1989–95: Radical Changes in IAEA Safeguards 8. Post-NPT Extension Confidence-Building Measures: Proposals for a Nuclear Weapons Register 9. The CTBT Endgame: the Major Obstacles 10. Verification for CTBT Compliance: Developments during the 1995 Negotiations 11. Preparing for Implementation of the Chemical Weapons Convention: Progress during 1995 12. Development of a Verification Protocol for the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention 13. Verification of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention and the UK' s Practice Compliance Inspection Programme: Final Report 14. UNSCOM Activities in Iraq in 1995 15. Can the CFE Treaty Survive Russian Non-Compliance? 16. The Inhumane Weapons Convention and the Issue of Anti-Personnel Land Mines 17. The Military Need for Contact Mines 18. The UN Register of Conventional Arms: the Third Year of Operation Part Two: Peacekeeping 19. Quo Vadis OSCE? 20. The Enlargement of NATO and the Future of Peacekeeping 21. The Application of French and British Peacekeeping Techniques in the 1990s Part Three: The Environment 22. Developing the Climate Change Regime: the Process in 1995 23. To Reduce or to Produce? Problems of Implementation of the Climate Change Convention in Russia 24. Harmonization of International Conventions: the Case for an 'Intelligent GIS' Application in the FCCC 25. The Role and Development of Implementation Review Mechanisms in the Convention on Wetlands of International Importance: the Ramsar Convention 26. The Development of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Flora and Fauna 27. The Second Year of the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity 28. The Montreal Protocol: Implementation and Development in 1995 Part Four: Reference 29. Documentation