Treaties & Regimes

Below you will find information on treaties, organizations, and regimes relating to disarmament, arms control, and nonproliferation of weapons of mass destruction. Information on each treaty or organization includes relevant full text documents, country memberships, an analytical overview, and a chronology tracking ongoing work and related developments. All entries are updated regularly, as events warrant. This material was prepared for the NTI site by the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies.

Treaties Regimes

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BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS

CHEMICAL WEAPONS

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Multilateral

Regional

  • Mendoza Agreement

    The Mendoza Agreement, signed in 1991, was an agreement between Argentina, Brazil, and Chile which never entered into force. The Parties agreed not to develop, produce, acquire, stockpile or retain, transfer, or use chemical or biological weapons.

    Countries

CONVENTIONAL WEAPONS

Multilateral

NUCLEAR SAFETY

Multilateral

NUCLEAR WEAPONS

Bilateral

Multilateral

Nwfzs

Proposed Multilateral

SPACE ARMS CONTROL