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Tackling illicit trafficking in conventional arms

Owen Greene

Tackling illicit trafficking in conventional arms

strengthening collective efforts by EU and associate countries

by Owen Greene

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Published by Saferworld in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • European Union countries,
  • European Union countries.
    • Subjects:
    • Firearms -- Law and legislation -- European Union countries -- Criminal provisions.,
    • Foreign trade regulation -- European Union countries -- Criminal provisions.,
    • Illegal arms transfers -- European Union countries.

    • Edition Notes

      Title from cover.

      StatementOwen Greene.
      SeriesReport / Saferworld, Report (Saferworld (Organization))
      ContributionsSaferworld (Organization)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKJE6791 .G74 1999
      The Physical Object
      Pagination24 p. ;
      Number of Pages24
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6807869M
      ISBN 100948546697
      LC Control Number00272884
      OCLC/WorldCa43900957


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Tackling illicit trafficking in conventional arms by Owen Greene Download PDF EPUB FB2

Illicit trafficking in conventional weapons is a global phenomenon that has an outsized impact on security and stability in countries around the world. Often, these weapons are diverted from legal markets into illicit networks to malicious ends.

Tackling Corruption in the Arms Trade; Seven Myths that Sustain the Global Arms Trade, a. “Tracing” itself is the systematic tracking of illicit arms -usually small arms, light weapons and other conventional arms- “found or seized on the territory of a State from the point of manufacture or the point of importation through the lines of supply to the point at which they became illicit” Further, this point of entry into the.

Abstract. Concerns about illicit trafficking in small arms and light weapons have moved rapidly up the international agenda since Within about three years a range of international responses to this problem, and to the closely related issue of small arms proliferation, have developed at sub-regional, regional and international level — in Africa, Europe and the Americas as well as Cited by: O.

Greene, Tackling Illicit Trafficking in Conventional Arms: Strengthening Collective Efforts by EU and Associate Countries, (London: Saferworld, ) Google Scholar 63a.

Eavis, “Awash With Light Weapons”, The World Today April,55(4): 19–Cited by: 9. “Smuggler Nation”: America’s Illicit History Exposed. evading customs duties and trafficking in illicit goods.

the arms race between states and criminals is a. Owen Greene has written: 'Tackling illicit trafficking in conventional arms' -- subject(s): Criminal provisions, Firearms, Foreign trade regulation, Illegal arms transfers, Law and legislation.

The United States is also a major source of illicit arms and ammunition for this region, with percent of illicit weapons seized in Central America and the Caribbean being traced back to the US.6 What is certain is that both the legal trade and the illicit trafficking in arms and ammunition have maintained.

The Arms Trade Treaty and the Protocol against the Illicit Manufacturing of and Trafficking in Firearms, Their Parts and Components and Ammunition, supplementing the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, provide the international legal instruments to regulate international trade in conventional arms and on the means.

Mainland Southeast Asia is one of the world's key regions for the trafficking of illegal goods. It is home to an international trade in small arms, nuclear smuggling rings, human trafficking, contraband and counterfeit goods, illicit currency and smuggled medicinal drugs.

The scope and mechanisms of such trafficking, however, are far from Author: Kevin Carey. The entry into force of the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) in December created an historic opportunity to reduce the human cost of the widespread and poorly regulated supply of conventional arms.