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The Problems of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Control: Iran’s Case

Student: Elena Musich

Supervisor: Maxim Bratersky

Faculty: Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs

Educational Programme: Bachelor

Year of Graduation: 2014

Today most scholars mark the crisis of the nuclear non-proliferation regime based on the growing risks of nuclear weapons proliferation and inefficient instruments of control over the participants of the international regime. The aim of this work is to analyze the impact of the instruments of nuclear non-proliferation on Iran's nuclear programme that has recently become one of the threats to the integrity of the nuclear non-proliferation regime. The research work examines the risks of proliferation and the instruments that address them, reveals the role of the nuclear programme in Iran’s politics and economy and considers the prospects for improving the efficiency of the nuclear non-proliferation regime. The experience of solving the issue of Iran's nuclear programme shows that the intrinsic motivation of the participant that induced him to deviate from implementing the rules of the regime, as well as his position inside this international regime have a decisive impact on the effectiveness of the nuclear non-proliferation control.

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