The mandate to negotiate a treaty banning the production of fissile material for weapons and other explosive devices calls for a treaty that would be “non-discriminatory, multilateral and internationally and effectively verifiable.” The papers presented in this volume examine practical ways the future Fissile Material (Cut-off) Treaty could deal with the existing disparities in the size of fissile material stocks and the history of production of fissile materials for military purposes while still preserving the non-discriminatory nature of the treaty and building an effective and efficient verification system.

Citation: Vitaly Fedchenko, Pavel Podvig, and Thomas E. Shea (2017) "FM(C)T Meeting Series - Addressing Disparities in a Non-Discriminatory Fissile Material Treaty", UNIDIR, Geneva.