Harvard Sussex Program
on chemical and biological warfare armament and arms limitation


Publications
Daniel Feakes


Daniel Feakes and Ian Kenyon (eds.), The Creation of OPCW: A Case Study in the Birth of an Intergovernmental Organization, TMC Asser Press, The Hague, 2007.

"Article VI: Keeping peaceful uses peaceful", in Daniel Feakes and Ian Kenyon (eds.), The Creation of OPCW: A Case Study in the Birth of an Intergovernmental Organization, TMC Asser Press, The Hague, 2007, pp.179-204.

"How and why OPCW came to The Hague", in Daniel Feakes and Ian Kenyon (eds.), The Creation of OPCW: A Case Study in the Birth of an Intergovernmental Organization, TMC Asser Press, The Hague, 2007, pp.21-29.

"Practical Steps to Accelerate BWC Universality", Disarmament Diplomacy, no 82 (Spring 2006).

"The OPCW Preparatory Commission: Preparing to implement the CWC industry verification regime", report prepared for the Japanese Institute of International Affairs, January 2006, 77pp.

"A proposal for a resource guide/briefing book for the 6th BWC Review Conference", A background document for the 23rd Workshop of the Pugwash Study Group on the Implementation of the Chemical and Biological Weapons Convention: Achieving a successful outcome of the Sixth Review Conference, Geneva, Switzerland, 3-4 December 2005.

"Practical steps for accelerating BWC universality", paper presented at the 23rd Workshop of the Pugwash Study Group on the Implementation of the Chemical and Biological Weapons Convention: Achieving a successful outcome of the Sixth Review Conference, Geneva, Switzerland, 3-4 December 2005.

"Developing new responses to the proliferation of chemical and biological weapons", report of Wilton Park Conference 797, CBW Proliferation: Developing New Responses, 30 September 2 October 2005, Wiston House, United Kingdom.

"Global civil society and chemical and biological warfare", PowerPoint presentation to HSP 'Sussex Day', 12 January 2004, University of Sussex, United Kingdom.

"The regional governance of chemical and biological warfare technologies in the European Union", paper presented to the CEEISA/ISA International Convention, Global Tensions and their Challenges to Governance of the International Community, 26-28 June 2003, Budapest, Hungary.

"Global society and biological and chemical weapons" in Mary Kaldor, Helmut Anheier and Marlies Glasius (eds). Global Civil Society Yearbook 2003, Oxford University Press, 2003, pp 87-117.

"National legal mechanisms and the establishment of an international criminalization system", in ICGEB, The Possible Use of Biological Weapons by Terrorist Groups: Scientific, Legal and International Implications, Trieste: ICGEB, 2003 (corrected edition), pp 95-107.

"The emerging European disarmament and non-proliferation agenda on chemical and biological weapons", Disarmament Diplomacy, no 65, July/August 2002, pp 17-25.

"Evaluating the CWC verification system", Disarmament Forum [Geneva: UNIDIR], no 4, 2002, pp 11-21.

"Challenges in the implementation of export controls under the Chemical Weapons Convention", in Rodrigo Yepes-Enriquez and Lisa Tabassi (eds), Treaty Enforcement and International Cooperation in Criminal Matters: with Special Reference to the Chemical Weapons Convention, The Hague: TMC Asser Press, 2002, pp 331-43.

(with Jez Littlewood). "Hope and ambition turn to dismay and neglect: the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention in 2001", Medicine, Conflict and Survival, vol 18, 2002, pp 161-74.

"The evolution of the chemical weapons regime: Implementation, enforcement and review", paper presented to the 26th annual conference of the British International Studies Association, 17-19 December 2001, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom.

"Export controls, chemical trade, and the CWC", in J B Tucker (ed), The Chemical Weapons Convention: Implementation, Challenges and Solutions, Washington DC: Monterey Institute of International Studies, 2001, pp 45-52.

(with Ian Kenyon). "The CWC Paris Resolution: unresolved issues", Strengthening the Biological Weapons Convention Briefing Paper [University of Bradford Department of Peace Studies], no 31, July 2000, 45pp.

"Political potholes? The OPCW's road to maturity", paper presented to the 13th meeting of the Pugwash Study Group on the Implementation of the CBW Conventions, CWC/BWC Experience Sharing, 8-9 April 2000, Oegstgeest, The Netherlands.

"The Chemical Weapons Convention: Unresolved issues", paper presented to the 11th meeting of the Pugwash Study Group on the Implementation of the CBW Conventions, Implications of CWC Implementation for the BWC Protocol Negotiations, 15-16 May 1999, Noordwijk, The Netherlands.

"Building the OPBW: Some observations from the OPCW", paper presented to the 11th meeting of the Pugwash Study Group on the Implementation of the CBW Conventions, Implications of CWC Implementation for the BWC Protocol Negotiations, 15-16 May 1999, Noordwijk, The Netherlands.