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Listed in the 2000-2001 Annual Report

  • John Carlson and Victor Bragin, FMCT VerificationPrecedents from Other Regimes, INMM Annual Meeting, New Orleans, 16-20 July 2000.
  • John Carlson and Victor Bragin, Towards a Proliferation-Resistant Nuclear Fuel Cycle, INMM Annual Meeting, New Orleans, 16-20 July 2000.
  • John Carlson, Victor Bragin and Russell Leslie, FMCT Verification Arrangements, INMM/ESARDA Workshop, Tokyo, 13-16 November 2000.
  • Victor Bragin, John Carlson and Russell Leslie, The Opportunity to Develop a Proliferation-Resistant Fuel Cycle, INMM/ESARDA Workshop, Tokyo, 13-16 November 2000.
  • John Carlson, Views on Regional Non-Proliferation Arrangements, INMM/ESARDA Workshop, Tokyo, 13-16 November 2000.
  • John Carlson, Victor Bragin and Russell Leslie, Implementation of Integrated Safeguards in Australia, ESARDA Symposium, Bruges, 8-10 May 2001.
  • Victor Bragin, John Carlson and Russel Leslie, The Categorisation of Nuclear Material in the Context of Integrated Safeguards, ESARDA Symposium, Bruges, 8-10 May 2001.
  • Victor Bragin and John Carlson, Verification Arrangements for the Proposed Fissile Material Cut-Off Treaty, Japan-Australia sponsored Workshop on FMCT Verification, Geneva, 14-15 May 2001.
  • Victor Bragin, John Carlson and Russel Leslie, Integrated SafeguardsStatus and Trends, The Nonproliferation Review, Summer 2001, pp. 102-110.
  • Victor Bragin, John Carlson and Russell Leslie, Building Proliferation Resistance into the Nuclear Fuel Cycle, International Seminar on Status and Prospects for Small and Medium Sized Reactors, Cairo, 27-31 May 2001.
  • John Carlson, Victor Bragin and Russell Leslie, Integrated SafeguardsAustralias Views and Experience, Journal of Nuclear Materials Management, Summer 2001, pp. 16-21.
  • John Carlson, Towards the Universalisation of the Additional Protocol: An Australian Perspective on Strengthened and Integrated Safeguards, International Symposium for the Further Reinforcement of IAEA Safeguards in the Asia-Pacific Region, Tokyo, 27-29 June 2001.
  • K Brown, R Mathews (DSTO) and G Shaw, Inspection Procedures for the Inspection of DOC/PSF plant sites, Australian non-paper distributed in the November 2000 session of the OPCW-convened Industry Cluster Meeting.
  • G Shaw, Australian Experiences with Implementation, keynote speaker at the Chemical Weapons Convention Implementation Workshop held in Hanoi, Vietnam, January 2001.
  • G Shaw, Implementation of the Chemical Weapons Convention, Chemistry in Australia, Volume 68, No. 3, April 2001, pp 16-17.
  • J Meyer and G Shaw, Australian Controls on the Import of Chemicals under the Chemical Weapons Convention: Guidelines for Importers, first revision, April 2001.
  • J Meyer, G Shaw and S Singh (ISD), Promoting Regional Cooperation under the Chemical Weapons Convention, DFAT News, Vol 8 No. 5, May 2001.
  • G Shaw, Implications of CWC Implementation for Industry and Traders: an Australian Perspective, CWC Regional Workshop, Melbourne, Australia, May 2001.

Listed in the 1999-2000 Annual Report

  • V Bragin, J Carlson and J Hill, Re-Examination of the Timeliness Verification Goals, Proceedings of the International Seminar on Strengthening of Safeguards: Integrating the New and the Old, Dresden, Germany, 9-11 May, 2000.
  • V Bragin, J Carlson and J Hill, FMCTPurpose and Scope of Verification Activities, Proceedings of the 40th Annual INMM Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, July 26-29, 1999.
  • V Bragin, An Introduction to Focused Approach to Verification under FMCT, International Conference 'Breaking Ground on a Fissile Material Cut-off Treaty,' Munich, Germany, July 23-25, 1999
  • V Bragin and J Carlson, The Timeliness Goal in the Context of Integrated Safeguards, Proceedings of the Second Russian International Conference on Nuclear Material Protection, Control, & Accounting, Obninsk, Russia, 22-26 May, 2000.
  • V Bragin and J Carlson, On the Verification of a Fissile Material Cut-off Treaty, Proceedings of the Second Russian International Conference on Nuclear Material Protection, Control, & Accounting, Obninsk, Russia, 22-26 May, 2000.
  • V Bragin and J Carlson, FMCT : Some Significant Divisions in the Scope Debate, Disarmament Forum, UNIDIR, 2, 1999, pp. 29-34.
  • V Bragin and J Carlson, An Introduction to Focused Approach to Verification under FMCT, JNMM, Winter 2000, pp 39-45.
  • K Brown and G Shaw, The Chemical Weapons Convention Import Controls, Chemistry in Australia, June 2000, pp 28.
  • K Brown and G Shaw, The Chemical Weapons ConventionAn Overview of the Inspection Process : Guidelines for Producers of Chemicals, published and distributed May 2000.
  • K Brown and G Shaw, Protocol to the Biological Weapons Convention: Government Survey, presented at National Consultative Group Meeting September 1999.
  • K Brown and G Shaw, Australian Controls on the Import of Chemicals under the Chemical Weapons Convention : Guidelines for Importers, published and distributed December 1999.
  • J Carlson, V Bragin and J Hill, Safeguards ReformA Decade On, Proceedings of the 40th Annual INMM Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, July 26-29, 1999.
  • J Carlson, Nuclear SafeguardsA System in Transition, Australian Nuclear Association Conference, 27 October 1999.
  • J Carlson, Nuclear Energy and Non-ProliferationIssues and Challenges: An Australian Perspective, JAIF Symposium onPeaceful Uses of Nuclear Energy and Non-Proliferation, Tokyo, 9-10 March 2000.
  • J Carlson, How Regional Non-Proliferation Arrangements Complement International Verification, IAEA seminar on IAEA Safeguards for the 21st Century, Taejon, ROK, 18-20 October 1999.
  • G Shaw, The Chemical Weapons Convention, presented at an ACT Rotary Club meeting, Canberra, June 2000.
  • G Shaw, Australian Experiences with import-export control of chemicals under the CWC and the harmonised system, presented at the 2nd OPCW Meeting of National Authorities, The Hague, May 2000.
  • G Shaw, Australian experiences in implementing the Chemical Weapons Convention, presented at the Singapore Regional CWC Forum, Singapore, May 2000.
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Last Updated: 18 January 2013