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Title: المعاهدات الدولية لتعزيز الأمن النووي دراسة تحليلية في ضوء الشريعة الأسلامية
Authors: Basma S M Jaballa Elmismari
Keywords: North Korea
nuclear weapons
Issue Date: Jul-2019
Publisher: Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia
Abstract: This study seeks to highlight the issue of proliferating of the atomic matterials and existing new nuclear countries and proliferating the nuclear weapons. This research does not focus on addressing the presence of international efforts or not, but it focuses on the breach of these efforts and non-compliance with the international conventions and treaties.Although these treaties are existed, there is an increase in the spread of trafficking and trading in materials and illegal nuclear weapons. This issue may hinder the progress of international peace and security that United Nations and the States are pursued to achieve. The research emphases on the study of international treaties which enhance the nuclear security. The most significant goals of this study is to know the effectiveness of these treaties and their impact on the reduction of the proliferation of nuclear materials and weapons and to show the application of the Security Council resolutions related to the nuclear threat. The study addressed also the analytical aspects based on the rules of the Islamic law and the contemporary Jurists’ views in terms of the countries that possess the nuclear weapon.This study used the analytical approach to study these treaties on the shadow of Islamic law. The comparative approach is also used to compare some points between the subject the nuclear security and the Islamic Law through applying the general jurisprudence rules. The outcomes of this study showed the strength and weakness of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons. Many countries did not notified and joined this treaty because it does not have the sufficient power to prevent the parties of this treaty from the withdrawal from the treaty as such in the case of North Korea which withdraw from the treaty in 2003.The results also indicated that the international efforts in terms of preventing these nuclear weapons to be possessed by the terrorists or from the illegal trafficking is so weak and fragile since most of these afforts are the product of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), and the disadvantage of these efforts is that they are not binding on the countries.
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