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International Security Policy. Screening Iceland Chapter 31, Foreign, Security and Defence Policy – Bilateral Brussels, 20 May 2011. International Security Policy: Introduction. Issues: Non-Proliferation and WMD/SALW Strategy, Restrictive Measures, Counter Terrorism and the ICC

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international security policy

International Security Policy

Screening Iceland

Chapter 31, Foreign, Security and Defence Policy – Bilateral

Brussels, 20 May 2011

international security policy introduction
International Security Policy: Introduction
  • Issues: Non-Proliferation and WMD/SALW Strategy, Restrictive Measures, Counter Terrorism and the ICC
    • 1. Export Control
    • 2. Restrictive Measures
    • 3. Counter Terrorism
    • 4. Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)
    • 5. Nuclear Issues
    • 6. Small Arms and Light Weapons (SALW)
    • 7. Other International Security Related Issues
      • Other Conventional Weapons, Conflict Prevention, ICC
international security policy introduction1
International Security Policy: Introduction
  • Structure of presentations
    • A. Policies and Programmes
    • B. International Cooperation
    • C. National Capacities and Financial Plans
    • D. Present and Planned Legislative Framework
international security policy introduction2
International Security Policy: Introduction
  • Iceland strongly supports international and regional efforts on disarmament, arms control and non-proliferation
    • Its policy is the elimination of all WMDs and inhumane conventional weapons and to minimize the risk of conventional weapons by limiting amounts, types and spread without compromising legitimate defence interests
  • Main priorities
    • Elimination of nuclear weapons
    • Eradication of illicit trade in SALW
    • Iceland routinely aligns with related EU CFSP statements and statements in international organisations
1 export control
1. Export Control
  • A. Policies
    • EU Code of Conduct on Arms Exports (1988), 2008/944/CFSP on military exports, 2003/468/CFSP on arms brokering, 2009/43 on transfers of defence related products, UN, EU and OSCE, ATT
  • B. Cooperation
    • AG, MTCR, NSG, OPCW, UN, IAEA, CTBTO, OSCE, NATO, CWC, NPT, BWC, UNSC , EU, PSI, HCOC, FATF, GTRI, GICNT, NB8
  • C. Capacities
    • http://www.mfa.is/foreign-policy/export-control/
  • D. Legal
    • Control, Customs, Sanctions, Penal, Dir. 98/34/EC, 2008/9023/IS & 2009/9012/IS, Council Reg. No 428/2009
2 restrictive measures
2. Restrictive Measures
  • A. Policies
    • UNSC, EU, OSCE, FATF, NORDIC
  • B. Cooperation
  • C. Capacities
    • http://www.mfa.is/foreign-policy/sanctions/
  • D. Legal
    • Sanctions Act No 93/2008
3 counter terrorism
3. Counter-Terrorism
  • A. Policies
  • B. Cooperation
    • UNSC, EU, Nordic, Conventions, PSI, GTRI, FATF, INTERPOL
  • C. Capacities
  • D. Legal
    • Sanctions 93/2008, reg. 154/2009 & 122/2009, Penal 19/1940, Police 90/1996, Bribery and terrorism No 144/1998, Financial Companies 61/2002, Protection of shipping 50/2004, Money laundering and terrorism financing 64/2006, share trading 108/2007, Insurance No 56/2010, Export control 58/2010
4 weapons of mass destruction
4. Weapons of Mass Destruction
  • A. Policies
    • UNSCR 1540, 2006/419/CFSP on UNSCR 1540, EU Strategy Against the Proliferation of WMDs
  • B. Cooperation
    • UN, IAEA, CTBTO, OPCW, OSCE, NATO, NPT, CTBT, CWC, BWC, (FMCT), AG, MTCR, NSG (Zangger), PSI, FATF, GTRI, GICNT
  • C. Capacities
    • CTBTO monitoring stations
  • D. Legal
    • Reg 123/2009 , Export control 58/2010, Sanctions 93/2008, Custom 88/2005, CTBT 25/2001, CWC 17/2000, Penal 19/1940
5 nuclear issues
5. Nuclear Issues
  • A. Policies
    • Reactors, maritime
  • B. Cooperation
    • IAEA, NKS (Nordic Nuclear Safety Research), NEA (OECD) ICTBO, NPT,
  • C. Capacities
    • IRSA manages two NKS-related projects (MaruNuc & NordEx12) transport of radioactive materials by ship/submarine. Northern Viking military exercises include radiation hazard (2011)
  • D. Legal
    • Radiation Safety 44/2002, CTBT 25/2001
6 small arms and light weapons
6. Small Arms and Light Weapons
  • A. Policies
    • UNPA SALW (2001) Tracing Inst., Council Action SALW (2002), EU Strategy (2005), ATT
  • B. Cooperation
    • Firearms Prot. (2001), OSCE, NATO
  • C. Capacities
  • D. Legal
    • Weapons 16/1998, Export Control 58/2010, Sanctions 93/2008, Custom 88/2005
7 other international security issues
7. Other International Security Issues
  • Other ConventionaI Weapons
    • OSCE, CFE, Open Skies, Vienna, CCW, (ATT), APLC Act 26/2001
  • Conflict Prevention
    • Disarmament, restrictive measures, counter-terrorism, mainstreaming
  • ICC
    • Rome Statute rat. 2000, Act No 43/2001, Reg. Form.Yug. 904/2009. Com Pos. 2003/444 on ICC
international security policy conclusions
International Security Policy: Conclusions
  • Policies and Programmes
  • International Cooperation
  • National Capacities
  • Legislative Framework
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Ministry for Foreign Affairs http://www.mfa.is

http://www.mfa.is/foreign-policy/export-control/

http://www.mfa.is/foreign-policy/sanctions/

EU Application Website http://europe.mfa.is/