ENDC

AcronymDefinition
ENDCEighteen-Nation Disarmament Committee (UN)
ENDCEuropean Network Design Center
ENDCEstonian National Defence College (Tartu, Estonia)
ENDCEastern Nigeria Development Corporation
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The two co-Chairs of the ENDC, the representatives of the Soviet Union, and the United States, in 1965 introduced separate drafts of a treaty on non-proliferation and in the next year presented a joint draft which was discussed at the Committee.
Realizing that there would be no agreement in the ENDC on the draft Treaty, the two co-Chairs decided on their own authority to send it to the General Assembly to be endorsed, thus bypassing the consensus rule contained in the Rules of Procedure of the Committee.
During the discussion of the draft NPT at the ENDC, Brazil considered proposing the inclusion of a definition of nuclear weapons aiming at establishing a clear differentiation between a "weapon" and a "peaceful device" similar to the provision contained in Article 5 of the Treaty of Tlatelolco (25), while India suggested controls on the carrying out of peaceful explosions (26).
In 1961, General Assembly resolution 1722 (XVI) reorganized the TNDC as the Eighteen-Nation Disarmament Committee (ENDC) by adding eight members not belonging to either alliance, among them Brazil.