Final report of the Article VI Forum, Dublin, released

Final report of the Article VI Forum, Dublin, released

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The Middle Powers Initiative (MPI) today released the final report from the fifth meeting of the Article VI Forum, held in Dublin, March 28-29, 2008, with the co-sponsorship of the Government of Ireland.

» Read the report

Also available on the MPI website is the full text of some presentations made at the Dublin meeting, including those by Foreign Minister Dermot Ahern, MPI Chairman Douglas Roche, O.C. and GSI President Jonathan Granoff. A full photo gallery of the two and a half day event is also available online.

 

» Read the full report
» Read the summary report
» View the photo gallery
» Read the full text of remarks by Foreign Minister Dermot Ahern
» Read the full text of remarks by MPI Chairman Douglas Roche
» Read the full text of remarks by GSI President Jonathan Granoff
» Read the full text of remarks by fmr. Foreign Minister Jan Kavan
» Read the briefing paper, Back from the Margins

The Article VI Forum is an ongoing series of consultations intended to stimulate and shape effective responses to the crisis of the non-proliferation / disarmament regime manifested by the breakdown of the 2005 NPT Review Conference. The Article VI Forum takes its name from the article of the NPT in which the nuclear states commit themselves to the elimination of their nuclear weapons.

The Dublin consultation was the fifth meeting of the Article VI Forum. Previous consultations were held in New York, The Hague, Ottawa and Vienna. The Governments of Canada and Austria co-sponsored the meetings held in their respective capitals.

For more information about the Article VI Forum, contact MPI Program Director, Jim Wurst.