Nuclear Safeguards and Non-Proliferation
Mark Scheland visits the C·A·P
24.11.2010 · C·A·P
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On Tuesday, November 23, 2010, the Center for Applied Policy Research (C·A·P) hosted Mark Scheland, counselor for nuclear policy at the United States Mission to the International Organizations in Vienna, for an expert discussion on nuclear safeguards and non-proliferation issues. Mr. Scheland has been chief of the IAEA section at the US Mission in Vienna since 2008. The US Consulate General in Munich facilitated the meeting.
Mark Scheland (Counselor for IAEA Affairs, US Mission) and Michael Bauer (Project Coordinator 'Europe and the Middle East', C·A·P)
In his presentation, Mr. Scheland sketched the structure and mission of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). He focused on current problems of providing nuclear safeguards with regard to the cases of Iran, North Korea and Syria. The ensuing discussion addressed the broader political contexts of these issues and linked them to questions of regional security. Especially the Iranian nuclear program and the crisis of confidence between the Islamic Republic and the IAEA were reflected upon. Also, the employed strategies of two-track diplomacy and possible future developments were discussed in the debate.
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