Publications of Renaud Chatelus
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See detailLet’s work together
Chatelus, Renaud ULiege; Sevini, Filippo

in WorldECR (2016), issue 47

Export control systems are complex by nature. They involve many national stakeholders. A typical national export controlapparatus requires the cooperation of between seven and 15 governmental ministries ... [more ▼]

Export control systems are complex by nature. They involve many national stakeholders. A typical national export controlapparatus requires the cooperation of between seven and 15 governmental ministries, services and agencies, each having its own mandate, constraints and work culture. But export control cannot be seen from a purely national perspective. Export control’s ultimate purpose, overall efficacy, and legal basis are genuinely international. International instruments and bodies, such as Resolution 1540 and its committee, or the various multilateral export control regimes, provide some guidance and opportunities for cooperation. It is, however, far from sufficient for addressing all the cooperation challenges at the national and international levels. Recognising this important need for cooperation, the Nuclear Security Unit of the European Joint Research Centre in Ispra, Italy, organised in March 2015, a three-day innovative EU export control simulation exercise with operatives of 11 Member States, involving standard work processes as well as specific fraud patterns. [less ▲]

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See detailCustoms and Catch-All implementation: Catch-All Controls -Theory and Practice
Chatelus, Renaud ULiege

Conference given outside the academic context (2016)

This paper presents the main issues of the enforcement of "catch all" close in export control regulations and specifically in relations to customs processes in the context of Mexico

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See detailEuropean Commission Joint Research Center Export Control Capacity Building Initiatives: Staying Relevant for 1540 Implementation
Chatelus, Renaud ULiege

in 1540 Compass (2016), Issue 10(Spring 2016), 8

After 11 years of implementing UNSC resolution 1540, many of us can testify to the variety of export control components which must be developed, maintained, and kept up-to-date to fulfill the resolution’s ... [more ▼]

After 11 years of implementing UNSC resolution 1540, many of us can testify to the variety of export control components which must be developed, maintained, and kept up-to-date to fulfill the resolution’s requirements. Considering the complexity of the topic, we must not only do more and do it well, but we must also constantly explore new ways to do better. Some of the recent European Commission Joint Research Center (JRC) initiatives described hereafter are examples of good practices. They are creative and complementary activities designed to be part of this required constant effort to keep international trade from contributing to the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. [less ▲]

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See detaillicensing and detection challenges
Chatelus, Renaud ULiege

Conference given outside the academic context (2015)

This speech described the various challenge sand typical practices in the detection of export control violations

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See detailFraud Schemes
Chatelus, Renaud ULiege

Conference given outside the academic context (2015)

The presentations presents a non- exhaustive typology of export control fraud patterns

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See detailCustoms perspective on Strategic Trade Control
Chatelus, Renaud ULiege

Conference given outside the academic context (2015)

Le lecture is about the Customs perspective on Strategic Trade Control and in particular the ability to intercept illegal shipments of dual use items

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