The World Trade Organization and WMD Dual-Use Export Controls
This chapter considers one further substantive area of international law which may be included under the umbrella category of non-proliferation law, in that it provides the rules and administrative structures concerned with cross-border transfers of a broad range of goods and services, inclusive of cross-border transfers (i.e., horizontal proliferation) of WMD-related items and technologies. The rules of international trade law most relevant to this consideration can be found in the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) which, since 1995, has been housed within the administrative framework of the World Trade Organization (WTO).
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