Fortschritt mit Nebenwirkungen: Neue Untersuchungsergebnisse zu Chemiewaffeneinsätzen in Syrien

von Una Jakob


Quellen und Dokumente

First Report of the IIT (S/1867/2020) and National Statements, https://www.opcw.org/iit.

Reports of the Fact-Finding Mission, https://www.opcw.org/fact-finding-mission.

Syria and the OPCW, https://www.opcw.org/media-centre/featured-topics/syria-and-opcw.

International Impartial and Independent Mechanism, https://iiim.un.org/

 

Weiterführende Literatur

Fehl, Caroline (2020): Syrische Folterer vor Gericht. Die partielle Rückkehr des universellen Rechts, PRIF Spotlight 2/2020, Frankfurt/M.

Masterson, Julia 2020: Russia Disputes OPCW Findings, Arms Control Today, March 2020, https://www.armscontrol.org/act/2020-03/news/russia-disputes-opcw-findings.

Meier, Oliver 2018: Chemical Weapons Attacks: The End of Anonymity, SWP Comments 2018/C 32, August 2018, https://www.swp-berlin.org/fileadmin/contents/products/comments/2018C32_mro.pdf.

Schneider, Tobias/Lütkefend, Theresa 2019: Nowhere to Hide: The Logic of Chemical Weapons Use in Syria, Global Public Policy Institute,  https://www.gppi.net/media/GPPi_Schneider_Luetkefend_2019_Nowhere_to_Hide_Web.pdf