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Published by United Nations in New York .
Written in English


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At head of title: United Nations Department for Disarmament Affairs.

SeriesDisarmament -- 3
ContributionsUnited Nations. Department for Disarmament Affairs.
The Physical Object
Pagination193p. ;
Number of Pages193
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20542545M

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Transparency in arms transfers Chapter: International arms transfers and arms production Source: SIPRI Yearbook Author(s): Siemon T. Wezeman, Sam Perlo-Freeman, Pieter D. Wezeman, Mark Bromley, Maaike Verbruggen, Aude Fleurant. Official and publicly accessible data on arms transfers is important for assessing states’ arms export. Transparency in arms transfers MARK BROMLEY AND PAUL HOLTOM I. Introduction Official and publicly accessible data on arms transfers is important for assessing states’ arms export and arms procurement policies. However, publishing data on arms sales and acquisitions is a sensitive issue for nearly all states. This. Arms: When controls on the export of arms are weak, weapons can end up in dangerous hands and fuel violence. According to Louise Shelley, executive director of Terrorism, Transnational Crime and Corruption Centre and author of a new book on terrorism, the US provided weapons to Iraqi security forces but didn’t monitor where they went, and.   “The UN Member States have just five days left to get this right” Transparency International is calling for the inclusion of truly robust anti-corruption mechanisms for the UN Arms Trade Treaty (ATT).Although more than 60 UN Member States are supporting this in the negotiations currently taking place in New York, the new treaty texts make no reference to corruption.

Transparency in arms transfers Chapter: 5. International arms transfers and developments in arms production Source: SIPRI Yearbook Author(s): Siemon T. Wezeman, Aude Fleurant. Official and publicly accessible data on arms transfers—both exports and imports—is important for assessing states’ policies on arms exports, arms procurement. Public transparency, or government openness, in international arms transfers refers to the practice of making information on a state’s preferences, intentions, and capabilities available to the general public, including in other citizens of other States. Transparency In International Arms Trans {Dan joined MakeUseOf in and continues to be Partnerships Director considering that July Access out to him for inquires about sponsored material, affiliate agreements, promotions, and any other sorts of partnership. He has contributed to the SIPRI Yearbook since Among his publications are several relating to international transparency on arms transfers. His most recent publication is The Future of the United Nations Register of Conventional Arms, SIPRI Policy Paper No. 4 (August ).