The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action as endorsed by United Nations Security Council Resolution 2231/2015- a presentation


Abstract: The conclusion of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action saw the end of multilateral negotiations that brought together actors of almost the entire international community having some of the most diverging interests in a field that arguably lies at the core of international peace and security: nuclear activity. This article will first analyze the background for the adoption of the agreement, then analyze its provisions and consequence and finally highlight a number of uncertainties that are left on the Iranian nuclear activity and the international sanctions adopted in this regard.

Key-words: sanctions, JCPOA, nuclear activity, resolutions, Security Council.

* Radu Şerbănescu graduated the University of Bucharest, Faculty of Law (2010), the LLM in Public International Law (2010) and the LLM in European Union Law (2011) at the same faculty. He is currently in the fourth year of doctoral studies at the Faculty of Law. In this capacity, he is in charge of certain seminars on Public International Law and International Organisations and Relations for the second year of undergraduate studies. He is a research assistant at the Research Center for Criminal Studies at the Faculty of Law. He is also the Head of the Office on the Implementation of International Sanctions, at the Romanian Ministry of Foregin Affairs. The opinions expressed in this article are solely the author’s and do not engage the institution he belongs to.

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