Welcome to the Canadian Centre for Treaty Compliance (CCTC) website. The CCTC is located within the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA) and is a research unit of Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Learn more.
The Canadian Centre for Treaty Compliance will be closed from 1 August 2011 until 30 August 2012 while the Director is on sabbatical. Dr Findlay can still be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CCTC Research Associate Derek de Jong has written a briefing note titled ‘A Chronicle of Non-Compliance: The Iran Case’. The note provides an overview of how the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has approached the Iranian issue over time by focusing on primary documents released by the Agency from 2002 to 2011.... more
CCTC Director Trevor Findlay gave a presentation at Carleton University titled ‘Designing nuclear disarmament: the verification and compliance challenge‘.... more
Barton Awards have been awarded to five NPSIA students for writing exceptional class papers on subjects related to disarmament, arms control and nonproliferation. Congratulations to Simon Palamar, Kayla Pries, Nathan Sears, David Vranch and Brendan Warren. More information about the Barton Award and the awardees is available here.... more
CCTC Director Trevor Findlay has been giving numerous interviews over the past week to discuss the Centre’s views on the ongoing nuclear crisis in Japan. The crisis demonstrates the importance of many of the nuclear safety recommendations made in the Centre’s Nuclear Energy Futures report, released last year, as well as the timeliness of the ... more
CCTC Director Trevor Findlay gave a presentation at a conference titled ‘Toward a Nuclear Weapon Convention: A Role for Canada’ on 12 April 2011. Dr Findlay discussed the verification and compliance aspects of a Nuclear Weapons Convention, including verification goals, implementation methods and major challenges. Slides for his presentation are available here.... more