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Transparency in international arms transfers

Transparency in international arms transfers

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Published by United Nations in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Disarmament -- Congresses.,
  • Arms transfers -- Law and legislation -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementUnited Nations, Department for Disarmament Affairs.
    SeriesDisarmament., 3
    ContributionsUnited Nations. Dept. for Disarmament Affairs.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJX1974 .T676 1990
    The Physical Object
    Pagination193 p. ;
    Number of Pages193
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1605923M
    LC Control Number91143227

      1. Transparency International is a member of the Control Arms coalition alongside partners such as Oxfam International, Amnesty International, and many other regional and international civil society organizations. Its 90 member coalitions and organizations maintain offices in more than countries. Get this from a library! Study on ways and means of promoting transparency in international transfers of conventional arms: report of the Secretary-General.. [United Nations. Group of Experts on the Study on Ways and Means of Promoting Transparency in International Transfers of Conventional Arms.; United Nations. Office for Disarmament Affairs.].

    arms trade in was approximately the same as its share in , then transfers of major conventional weapons to Africa in would have been worth at least USD $ billion.8 Historically, the majority of arms sales to African States have mostly been small arms and light weapons (SALW), their parts and ammunition.   1. The twilight of transparency. At first glance, the title of the book is an oxymoron, or, as jurists like to say, a contradictio in ational law, as a normative framework of inter-state relations which in times of peace are maintained by means of diplomacy, seems to be the classical field of secrecy, the very opposite of : Ulrich K. Preuß.

      Erickson has written an important work that speaks to concerns and debates among international relations theorists, students of international institutions, and scholars of arms transfers. For all the talk in recent years of 'mixed methods' and 'eclectic approaches,' this is a book .   The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) has released its annual report on patterns in global arms transfers and the winner is – Author: William Hartung.


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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 and defence.

Transparency in arms transfers Chapter: 5. International arms transfers and developments in arms production Source: SIPRI Yearbook Author(s): Dan Smith.

Official and publicly accessible data on arms transfers—both exports and imports—is important for assessing states’ policies on arms exports, arms procurement and defence. international arms transfers III.

Transparency in arms transfers mark bromley and siemon t. wezeman Offi cial and publicly accessible data on arms transfers—both exports and imports—is important for assessing states’ policies on arms exports, arms procurement and defence.

While publishing data on arms transfers is a. INTERNATIONAL ARMS TRANSFERS V. Transparency in arms transfers PAUL HOLTOM AND MARK BROMLEY 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. The United Nations Register of Conventional Arms UNROCA is the key international mechanism of official transparency on arms transfers. Established init requests all UN member states to report infor-mation about the export and import of seven categories of conventional weapons.2 While UNROCA has made a significant contribution to greater.

international arms transfers and arms production. official transparency on arms exports and imports. This section analyses the. status of the UNROCA and ATT reporting mechanisms. The United Nations Register of Conventional Arms. UNROCA was established in and reporting started in (for trans-fers in ).

III. Transparency in arms transfers MARK BROMLEY, MAAIKE VERBRUGGEN AND SIEMON T. WEZEMAN Official and publicly accessible data on arms transfers is important for assessing states’ arms export, arms procurement and defence policies. However, publishing data on arms sales and acquisitions is a sensitive issue for nearly all states.

In book: SIPRI YearbookChapter: International arms transfers, Publisher: Oxford University Press, pp transparency in arms transfers. Except where indicated, the information on.

transparency in international arms transfers, there is a lot of the interplay between the two forms in practice. While the data on international arms transfers shared between States under the CFE Treaty and Wassenaar Arrangement is not made publicly available, there is a. “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.

Get this from a library. Transparency in international arms transfers. [United Nations. Department for Disarmament Affairs.;] -- BG (copy 1): From the John Holmes Library collection.

Transparency in arms transfers Chapter: 5. International arms transfers Source: SIPRI Yearbook Author(s): Paul Holtom. 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.

Transparency in arms transfers Chapter: 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 for exports and imports—is important for assessing states’ policies on arms exports, arms.

III. Transparency in arms transfers Chapter: International arms transfers Source: SIPRI Yearbook Author(s): Siemon T. Wezeman. Official and publicly accessible data on arms transfers—both exports and imports—is important for assessing states’ policies on arms exports, arms. Transparency International-U.S.

Office Right to information: A matter of life and death during the COVID crisis Ádám Földes Missing: arms transfers. Transparency International is calling for the inclusion of truly robust anti-corruption mechanisms for the UN Arms Trade Treaty (ATT). When corruption risks are not addressed in arms transfer legislation, weapons can be easily diverted to the illicit market.

With a robust Arms Trade Treaty in place, this wouldn’t be the case. Transparency International defines corruption as the ‘abuse of entrusted power for private gain.’ This definition includes subversion or illegitimate use of resources or authority meant for a particular purpose to further another goal.

Corruption in the international arms trade is about much more than bribery. Erickson has written an important work that speaks to concerns and debates among international relations theorists, students of international institutions, and scholars of arms transfers.

For all the talk in recent years of 'mixed methods' and 'eclectic approaches,' this is a book that actually delivers.5/5(2). Transparency is essential for effective congressional and public oversight of arms exports. Without complete and accurate data on the quantity, type and recipients of exported defense articles and services, it is impossible to assess the extent to which arms transfers further national security and foreign policy.

The US is widely recognized as. This International Code of Conduct would govern all arms transfers, including conventional weapons and munitions, military and security training, and sensitive military and dual-use technologies.

The Code stipulates that any country wishing to purchase arms must meet certain criteria, including the promotion of democracy, the protection of. Transparency mechanism for an ATT improving their national and regional arms transfer control systems.2 international relations and transparency is often seen as crucial to the effectiveness of international agreements, including those in the field of security.

Promoting transparency. In seeking to pursue solutions to regional problems, especially that of disarmament and international security, regional dialogue is being encouraged within the international community. Experts on Asia and the Pacific region have written papers contained in this book on current trends in Missing: arms transfers.Transparency International is calling for the inclusion of truly robust anti-corruption mechanisms for the UN Arms Trade Treaty (ATT).

When corruption risks are not addressed in arms transfer 09 July Youth leaders gather to Transparency International School on Integrity in Vilnius, Lithuania.