Light Weapons and Civil Conflict: Controlling the Tools of Violence
A common feature of conflict in the 1990s is death and suffering from small arms and light weapons. The global diffusion of assault rifles, machine guns, mortars, and rocket-propelled grenades, which can be easily carried by an individual or transported by a light vehicle, has greatly intensified the violence of conflicts in countries around the world. This book represents the perspectives of the foremost specialists on light weapons, and it surveys the wide range of policy options open to the international community. These include export and import controls, law enforcement strategies to break up black markets, collection and destruction of weapons following the end of conflict, and efforts to illuminate how small arms and light weapons make their way to the killing grounds of the 1990s.
ما يقوله الناس - كتابة مراجعة
لم نعثر على أي مراجعات في الأماكن المعتادة.
The International Trade in Light Weapons What Have We Learned?
Light Weapons and Conflict in the Great Lakes Region of Africa
Controlling the Black and Gray Markets in Small Arms in South Asia
Controlling the Supply of Light Weapons
US Policy and the Export of Light Weapons
The European Union and the Light Weapons Trade
Domestic Laws and International Controls
Regional Efforts to Control Light Weapons
Light Weapons Human Rights and Social Development
Light Weapons and Human Development The Need for Transparency and Early Warning
Arms Transfers Humanitarian Assistance and Humanitarian Law
The World Bank Demobilization and Social Reconstruction
Light Weapons and Civil Conflict Policy Options for the International Community
Recommendations of the Report of the UN Panel of Governmental Experts on Small Arms Submitted by the Secretary General to the General Assem...
An International Agenda on Small Arms and Light Weapons Elements of a Common Understanding Oslo Norway July 13141998
Mali and the West African Light Weapons Moratorium
Controlling Light Weapons in Southern Africa
International Cooperation in Controlling Light Weapons
The United Nations and the Control of Light Weapons
Light Weapons and International Law Enforcement
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