The successful implementation of UN Resolution 1540 depends on the committee’s ability to create an environment where member states can develop a sense of local ownership for the resolution.
About the Author
Sarah Shirazyan is an international lawyer and she currently pursues her Doctor of Juridical Science (JSD) degree at Stanford Law School, specializing in nuclear and national security law. Sarah’s work empirically examines the role of international norms and institutions in combatting non-state actor proliferation and CBRNE terrorism. Stanford University has named Sarah as one of the recipients of Gerald J. Lieberman Award in recognition of her outstanding research and teaching. Sarah worked at the Nuclear Weapons Branch of the UN Office for Disarmament Affairs, European Court of Human Rights, and the Drugs and Organized Crime Directorate of INTERPOL. She now consults European Union on data protection laws.
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