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Type of Activity. Institutional capacity-building.

POLICY FORUM

Focus of Activity. Gender based violence GBV.

Geopolitical analysis for 2019: Middle East

International instruments. Regional cooperation.

Transfer controls. New course on arms control in the MENA region. International efforts to rid the Middle East of nuclear weapons go back over four decades.

With the so-called Middle East resolution of , such efforts—and the broader goal of establishing a weapons of mass destruction WMD -free zone in the region—became part of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT review process. While tying the NPT to progress on disarmament in the Middle East helped to ensure consensus on extending the NPT, it came at the cost of reduced treaty legitimacy; after more than two decades since its adoption, the Middle East resolution remains unimplemented.

Describing the political dynamics around the issue, this paper assesses the prospects for the NPT Review Conference and presents two alternative approaches for taking the WMD-free zone process forward—a WMD-free zone process without Israel or the inclusion of such a process as part of a broader regional security and arms control dialogue. January,