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21 Jun 2018

Ammunition Control Practices in Latin America and the Carribbean

New York, USA
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21 Jun 2018

Gender, SALW, and SDG 16.4

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21 Jun 2018

Regional Approaches to Addressing the Illicit Trade in SALW: Western Balkans

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21 Jun 2018

Arms Flows and Violent Deaths in North Africa and the Sahel

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21 Jun 2018

Conflict Tracing ('iTrace III')

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Featured Article

27 Apr 2017 By  Kjølv Egeland

Four questions for nuclear ban treaty negotiators

There has been much debate about the wisdom of negotiating a ban on nuclear weapons without the nuclear-armed states involved in the process. (See here, here , and here for a selection.) There has also been some work on what such a ban treaty might include with respect to substantive prohibitions (use, possession, transfer, financing etc.). Less has been written about the complex technical matters negotiators must confront.  Here are four of them.

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