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Although the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT) is perhaps the most visible aspect of the nuclear nonproliferation regime, the success of nonproliferation efforts relies on the sturdy functioning of national export control laws and their implementation, the Zangger Committee and Nuclear Suppliers Group multilateral coordination of export controls, and effective inspections conducted by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
27) In 1974, the Zangger Committee compiled a list of nuclear export items that could be potentially useful for military applications of nuclear technology.
28) See Appendix A for list of Zangger Committee members.
Multilateral Nuclear Supply Principles of the Zangger Committee.
Table 1: South Africa's membership of nuclear non-proliferation export control regimes Nuclear export control regime South Date of African member- member- ship ship Australia Group (AG) x Not applicable * Missile Technology Control Regime [check] 1995 (MTCR) Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) [check] 1995 Wassenaar Arrangement on Export Controls [check] 2006 for Conventional Arms and Dual-Use Goods and Technologies (WA) Zangger Committee (ZC) [check] 1993 * Membership of this regime is restricted.
South Africa's membership of the Zangger Committee in 1993 and the NSG in 1995.
Assistant Secretary of State John Wolf testified that the United States urged China to join the NSG since 1995, that China was not a spoiler in the Zangger Committee, and that NSG membership would add multilateral influence on China's nuclear technology export policies.
Although the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT) is perhaps the most visible aspect of the nuclear nonproliferation regime, the success of nonproliferation efforts relies on the sturdy functioning of national export control laws and implementation, the Zangger Committee and Nuclear Suppliers' Group multilateral coordination of export controls, and effective inspections conducted by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
On October 16, 1997, China joined the Zangger Committee (on nuclear trade).
On December 3, 2003, China issued a white paper on nonproliferation, which stated that its control lists are almost the same as those of the Zangger Committee, NSG, CWC, Australia Group, and MTCR.
Also, China joined the Zangger Committee (11) in October 1997 and the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) in May 2004.
On the eve of the summit in October 1997, the PRC advanced its nuclear nonproliferation policy by joining the Zangger Committee (the NPT's Exporters' Committee) on October 16 and promising not to begin new nuclear projects in Iran (in a secret letter to Secretary of State Madeleine Albright).